The Hillary Contradiction: Supporting Transgenderism and Feminism


Feminism exists based on the idea that there is a distinct difference between men and women. Transgenderism exists based on the idea that men can be women and vice versa. Liberals support the idea that gender is a social construct. If you add to the fact that a high population of the feminist movement, including Hillary Clinton are liberal, the logic behind this whole mess of ideas becomes incredibly confusing.

This, to put it mildly, is problematic for Clinton. It’s not just problematic because using government to force women to face down men with penises in their bathrooms seems extreme. It’s a problem because transgenderism itself poses a mortal threat to feminism, which is Hillary’s entire claim to fame.

Transgenderism is based on the fallacious notion that gender is entirely a social construct: you don’t require any female biology whatsoever to be a female, you just have to subjectively feel female. If Charles Bronson had felt as pretty as Natalie Wood in West Side Story on any given day, he could have left his gunbelt at the ladies’ room door and sashayed on in for a sitsy on the ol’ porcelain throne.

That’s an idiotic idea all on its own.

But it is also completely incompatible with Hillary’s female superiority routine. Hillary’s feminism is based on the notion that gender is not arbitrary and not socially constructed:

Women have unique capabilities. Just two weeks ago, Hillary said in the first presidential debate, “Being the first woman president would be quite a change from the presidents we’ve had, including President Obama.” But why? Her arbitrary self-definition of gender – the only standard under transgenderism – would foreclose such discrimination based on biology. She then continued, “Finally fathers will be able to say to their daughters, ‘You, too, can grow up to be president.’”

Under that line of thinking, should President Obama decide that he's a female, he could become the first female president without surgery or hormones. If anatomy doesn't make you a female, then what does? This is another example of liberals redefining things to fit their social agendas. Hillary Clinton's belief that America needs a female president and her idea that gender is a social construct is paradox. Fortunately for her, she's good at promoting ideas that don't make any sense.

Source: breitbart.com

 



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