Feminists Have Ruined This Board Game Forever

Remember how simple life used to be? We’re not talking about the “good old days” when Leave it to Beaver was the edgiest thing on television. We’re talking about…two years ago — when referring to someone by their biological sex wasn’t controversial.

Obviously, this image was penned in 2018, but the intersectional culture war that inspired it is alive and well in 2019. When the Trump Administration tried to simply the legal language by refusing to use made up pronouns in government documents, the mainstream media had a melt down — it was basically the same thing as rounding up all of the transgender people into concentration camps. Yes, by their reaction, you would think it was that serious.

Never mind the fact that President Trump is the first president to actually go into office supporting same sex marriage — even former President Obama didn’t do so until it became a campaign issue in 2012 when he was competing for his second term. So, in a way, Trump is actually the most pro-LGBT president in American history. He even declared an international initiative to combat anti-LGBT laws and practices in foreign countries — in places like Saudi Arabia and Iran, where gays actually face violence just for being who they are.

But no — according to western intersectional feminists, the crisis of our time is “dead naming” and “misgendering”. Let’s see how far that goes…

~ Facts Not Memes

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