Biological Male 'Jessica' Yaniv Can't Go Swimming Because 'She' Forgot 'Her' Tampons
Dear Readers, be warned that what you're about to read will likely be deemed hate speech by the thought police; Google may very well deem me worthy of internet jail because I'm about to contradict the left's orthodox teachings on sexuality and gender. Without further ado, here is the spiteful statement that will earn me the label of bigot:
Biological men cannot have periods and do not need tampons.
Did anyone born prior to this century ever think that statement would be necessary? I didn't. No doubt, neither did you, yet here we are. "Jessica" Yaniv, a man who pretends to be a woman, tweeted yesterday, "My period started so ya, couldn’t go into the pool. But it was so much fun! Forgot my tampons in my other bag fml."
While the actor in me appreciates "Jessica's" commitment to the role, the husband and father, watching whatever moral fabric our society has left being shredded to the point of only being useful to line a birdcage, shudders at Yaniv's dangerous nonsense. This is what the left is teaching our children. This is what the left is forcing society to adhere to. The left will not rest until we all believe that a biological man without a uterus needs tampons. Oh, and in case you forgot, "Jessica" Yaniv is the same man who becomes angry and cries transphobia because a salon workers refuse to wax his private parts. "Jessica" still has his male anatomy.. Where does he even stick his tampon? Don't answer that.
This is absurd, right? We can all see that, right? A man refusing to get in a pool because his period started and he forgot his tampons is like a rejected Monty Python sketch acted out in a maze of fun-house mirrors. And, yet, you and I know that if you share this article criticizing "Jessica" Yaniv, your leftist family and friends will cluck their tongues at you, at best. At worst, they'll openly brand you as hateful and a transphobe; they'll report you to the thought police and you'll run the risk of being banned from social media for daring to question the validity of a man claiming that he can't go swimming because he forgot his tampons.
I used to believe that the sexual revolution would move so far into the absurd that the left would wake up and say, "Okay, that's enough." Now, though, I'm no longer sure that's going to happen. If "Jessica" Yaniv's nonsense becomes part of leftist orthodoxy, our society is already finished.