Dawn Butler’s transgender madness, by Brendan O’Neill.
Imagine if a politician went on TV and said ‘The Earth is flat’. Or ‘Man didn’t really land on the Moon, you know’. We would worry about that politician’s fitness for public life. Well, Dawn Butler has just done the trans equivalent of that. She appeared on Good Morning Britain yesterday and said babies are born without a sex. That is easily as loopy and anti-scientific as saying the Earth isn’t a sphere.
Propaganda spokesperson for PC, in opposition to reality
Butler, the Labour MP for Brent, was taking part in another discussion about Labour’s interminable slide down the trans rabbit hole. Labour has completely lost the plot on this issue.
Last week, a group called the Labour Campaign for Trans Rights issued a purge-like document insisting that everyone in the Labour party bow down to the mantra that ‘trans women are women’ and ‘trans men are men’ or risk being branded a transphobic bigot and booted out of the party.
To put this bluntly, this means if you do not accept that someone with a penis and a beard who calls himself Sharon is a woman — a complete woman, as much as your mother, wife or sister is a woman — then you are a hateful creature who has no place in the Labour party.
It’s mad, clearly. And yet leadership candidates, including Butler, rushed to sign it. …
To say she doubled down is an understatement. She said ‘a child is born without sex’. Cue dropped jaws across the land.
Obviously people like her should run the country. Maybe they will one day.
Yet another topic where the PC fantasies are in complete denial of reality, but you can be punished for telling the truth by our political masters.
hat-tip Stephen Neil