No, we can laugh, indeed we can--all the way to the bottom. First is a sewer which in Germany is known as journalism has its ass handed to it by a shyster and it is, indeed, delightful.
Let's be honest--it is hilarious by any measure. But especially so when one gets deeper into history of the issue:
Her exploits did not go unnoticed as, at some point, her blog reached a whopping 240,000 readers while she was named‘blogger of the year’ and awarded by the Golden Bloggers association – the group behind one of the major German social media influencers’ awards. Hingst was also invited to moderate panel discussions for the association of patrons of the Berlin Holocaust Memorial and frequently spoke on behalf of relatives of the Holocaust victims, according to the German press.However, her stories which awoke such an echo in her readers’ hearts turned out to be completely made up...
Oy-vey! But let's not judge this freak too harshly. Remember Rachel Dolezal--a Caucasian bimbo feminist and Civil Rights champion with Czech last name who decided that she is a...black woman?
Civil Rights is such a dope and, probably, a very lucrative carrier. I, however, have to resign myself to the fate of a white heterosexual man and stay away from current fad of gender-race fluidity. But all these news wouldn't be as good if not for wonderful manifestations of feminism within the framework of this very gender-fluidity. In fact, it is an absolute delight:
US transgender runner Cece Telferm, who previously competed against men, has become embroiled in controversy after winning the women’s 400m hurdles title – with many fans accusing the athlete of having an unfair advantage.Franklin Pierce University senior Telfer took the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) women’s 400m hurdles title in dominant fashion at the end of May, setting a new personal best of 57.53 and finishing more than a second ahead of rival runners.
Hey-hey-hey, stop it--what "unfair advantage" are they talking about? Don't they know, and many Ph.Ds in Gender and Women Studies tell us so, gender is merely a figment of imagination, a social construct and one can be whatever one wishes to be. Nobody can prevent anyone to be a woman one day, a man--the other and IT--the next week. In fact, in accordance to all new social studies programs--a reality is what we make of it. In fact, if Elizabeth Warren is a native American then I am, certainly, an aspiring transgender man and is entitled to sex-change operation money being paid out to me in cash or a cashiers check. And why not? It is my reality and it is sacred because in it my feelings are warm and fuzzy while reality is hard. Really really hard....