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You might remember Will Franken.

He is the US comedian who spent seven months living in female mode during which he renamed himself Sarah. As an unapologetic conservative he now gets to appear in the pages of the Federalist so he can take potshots at the Liberal transgender agenda.

I wrote about Mr. Franken a number of posts back and noted how easily some people decide to put on a dress and call themselves a woman. It turned out that Mr. Franken was at best a hobbyist crossdresser who was bored and wanted to try something different. My doubts then about Will Franken being transgender are now clearly confirmed and as you read the article you will find the same pattern as when they trot out Walt Heyer to do his obligatory turn at “what was I thinking!”

The Federalist like other sites of the same ilk has predetermined ideas and will find anyone who even resembles a transgender person to them so they can show the world the insanity of it all. Their latest incarnation is newly recanted “transgender woman” Will Franken. At this point I am not certain that Mr. Franken's short lived stint as a woman wasn't a publicity stunt.

People who have had to take the agonizing decision to fully transition are not respected by these sort of ploys but it plays well to those who want to make light of it all.

The title of the article is oddly and misleadingly titled “What my life as a transgender woman taught me about Progressives”

The mind boggles.

http://thefederalist.com/2016/03/07/what-life-as-a-transgender-woman-taught-me-about-progressives/


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