The New York Times published an insane piece this Tuesday about the periods of transgender teen A.J. Jackson, 16, a student from Green Mountain Union High School in Chester, Vermont.
“When he had his period, he wondered if he should revert to the girls’ bathroom, because there was no place to throw away his used tampons,” wrote liberal lunatic Anemona Hatocollis.
“But he had started feeling like an intruder in the girls’ bathroom, and the single bathrooms were so far out of the way it was hard to get to class on time,” she continued. “So he stuck with the boys’ bathroom.”
— RockingUrTeens (@RockingUrTeens) May 19, 2016
Writing for The Daily Wire, Amanda Prestigiacomo referred to this whole idea of boys with periods as impossible, because “boys do not have uteruses, and thus do not menstruate.”
She added, “But the Times, hell-bent on pushing their transgender agenda, fully complies with the delusion.”
The Federalist contributor Daniel Payne noted that Jackson needs the genuine help of mental healthcare professionals, not the fake help of enablers among the “progressive” left.
“Shame on those who have encouraged these delusions at the expense of the health and well-being of vulnerable, confused young people,” he wrote. “And shame on the journalists who treat these delusions as if they were fact.”
It is a scientific mistake when written accidentally, and a scientific and moral travesty when written deliberately: https://t.co/9ycMWhpWqp
— Machel (@trogdor42) May 20, 2016
Agreed. But unfortunately, we now live in a world where facts that offend cease to be facts, which raises a key question: What then is a fact!?
Nothing more than a remnant of the past, I fear …