Transgender Man Goes Full Roid Rage after Being 'Misgendered' in GameStop
It's an amazing time to be alive, full of wonder and terror and confusion all mixed together in a soup of "what could possibly happen next?" that keeps us all on our toes. Today's dose of insanity comes from a viral video of a transgender man who had a testosterone-fueled meltdown because someone called him "sir" in a GameStop in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The minimum-wage employee who took the brunt of the all-male rage-a-thon should win Employee of the Year for trying his hardest to diffuse the situation.
It's interesting that his first outburst is at a woman standing off camera who calls him "sir," as if a woman, who can clearly see for herself what she is looking at, should have to cater to a man's particular fantasy and properly "gender" him according to his wishes and not according to her own eyeballs. This is the kind of insanity the left wants to foist on biological women in the locker room. Can you imagine encountering him when you're half-dressed and scared? Yikes.
The employee is going to be under fire if I know anything about the outraged tranny mob, so buckle up for a smear campaign to get him excused from his position and rendered unemployable anywhere else. This is despite the fact that he apologized to this tantrum-throwing man several times and began calling him "ma'am," as requested. If you're a six-foot-tall 200-pound man who likes to be called "she," shouldn't you have some compassion for others around you who have no idea? For all the guy behind the counter knew, maybe it likes to be called "xe" or "they." How is anyone supposed to know? (And it is more than a little humorous that he pulled out the "I'll show you a sir" line when it suited him to be a tough guy.)
The other problem here is the idea that one person can force others to comply with his personal fantasies. This man, who wants to be seen as a woman, is living in his own fantasy where he demands that others not involved in the same fantasy take part in it. This is not what a free society looks like. Mister Roid Rage (as I've taken to calling him in my head) has a right to live how he pleases and dress how he pleases but he does not have the right to force free people around him to take part in his internal delusions. If he wants to be around people who will look past the obvious and call him "her," then he should go to drag bars. But if he's shopping in the real world, he should expect that normies are gonna normie and call a man a man, not to belittle, but because that's the reality.