LGBT: The Newest Bully Stick

Saturday, October 10, 2015
Posted in category political correctness

Matt Walsh:

Lila Perry is a teenage boy at Hillsboro High School in Missouri. Apparently, he was a gay male until about ninth grade, at which point he decided he was actually a straight female. This is the sort of “revelation” that, in saner times, would land the confused young man in rigorous psychological and spiritual counseling. But these are not sane times, so instead it landed him in the girls’ locker room.

A bully this person is, and his bully stick is disguised as “gender confusion.”

But only “Perry’s emotions matter” in this case. The students protested, they lost, and so now we have a government school openly offering up a male who is enabled to stalk, harass, and bully peaceful young women who just want to undress and use the facilities in private, with their own gender.

Perry called these girls “assh*les,” “cruel,” “bigoted,” “mean,” “transphobic,” “bullies,” and a “problem.” And the media bobbleheads refer to this heinous individual as “she.” *He* is not gender confused at all. He is just a bored, psycho, attention-seeking little prick who has to re-create himself in order to be able to stand himself. And he fully intends to take innocent females along with him as victims.

This whole LGBT thing, with its institutionalized bullying and force-fed “tolerance diarrhea” is going to be an issue that will help drive western demise.

Somewhere, Putin is laughing.

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2 Responses to LGBT: The Newest Bully Stick

  1. Kent McManigal says:

    October 10th, 2015 at 11:36 am

    Outside of kinderprisons (“public schools”), where do insane things like this become an issue?

  2. John says:

    October 11th, 2015 at 5:59 pm

    I gotta say I am enjoying this whole bathroom equality fad.  That’s because I made the mistake of asking some female friends at work how they felt about transgender people using the ladies room.  

    Big mistake.  My words were parsed and analyzed for political correctness and I was found lacking.  I got a huge lecture about lgbtabcdefg people from my friends and they proudly informed me that they would have no problem with this at all–said with a sneer of superiority.  

    At that moment I became a fan of this idea and I look forward to the day when my workplace enforces this.  Then we will see how broad minded these ladies are!  Heh heh heh.

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