Posted by DrJohn on 6 May, 2022 at 10:45 am. 19 comments already!

 

Matt Walsh has been way too much with leftist morons and it’s glorious. He wrote a book sold on Amazon- Johnny the Walrus.

Johnny is a little boy with a big imagination. One day he pretends to be a big scary dinosaur, the next day he’s a knight in shining armor or a playful puppy. But when the internet people find out Johnny likes to make-believe, he’s forced to make a decision between the little boy he is and the things he pretends to be — and he’s not allowed to change his mind. From Daily Wire personality and bestselling author Matt Walsh comes a timely tale of innocence, identity, and imagination.

The gender Nazis hate the book because it hits too close to home. But he an even more entertaining occupation. When gender questions arise, he asks a simple question- what is a woman? Watch as he confronts a transgender er, person.

This one is really very good

If you’re up for it there’s even more here.

Leftists and especially trans leftists are utterly gob smacked when asked to define “woman.” It is quite amusing to watch them implode. The new Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Ketanji Brown Jackson, is unable to define “woman”, which should disqualify her for any rulings involving women and women’s rights.


So, let’s give you the proper and scientific definition.

As Matt would say, a woman is an adult female.  That’s actually the easy part. Now for the science. What is a female?

of or denoting the sex that can bear offspring or produce eggs, distinguished biologically by the production of gametes (ova) which can be fertilized by male gametes

A female is distinguished biologically by the production of gametes (eggs). if you are not born with the machinery for that, you are not a woman. PERIOD. Males are those born with the machinery to produce male gametes (sperm).

That’s it. That is the science. Everything else is cultural and meaningless.

Class dismissed.

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