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“Trans-racial” White Man Identifies as Filipino Female

Just when you thought things couldn’t get much more absurd or upside down in today’s culture, here’s a pretty bizarre news development, as chronicled in a video by Paul Joseph Watson.

A Caucasian young man has said he “identifies” as a Filipino female. As part of his so-called transition, he colored his long hair pink, and drives around in a little pink vehicle that’s supposed to somehow be associated with being Filipono. Never mind that Filipino people don’t typically drive vehicles like that, and usually don’t have pink hair. The man claims he feels more Filipino than his own actual race, culture and ethnicity. The reasons he gives on the video clips for feeling that way seem pretty lame and not very convincing.

If this idea of being born a certain race yet identifying oneself as a different race sounds quite familiar, it might be because it’s so similar to the woman several years back who was born Caucasian but “identified” as an African-American woman. Certain people in mainstream media have brought in commentators who say it’s completely plausible for people who aren’t literally African-American to identify as being that gender and race. So, they likely also view the Caucasian person who thinks he’s Filipino as being plausible too.

The video explains how mainstream media and people in the mental health field are accepting and approving of that type of behavior. They are saying that as long as poeple aren’t harming anyone else or themselves, being whoever they identify as is completely fine. Talk about a free for all. Condoning that type of behavior isn’t doing anyone any favors.

What’s next? A woman “identifying” as a cat or reptile, or a grown man “identifying” as a little girl? Actually, unbelievably, those have already been done, as mentioned in the video. The insanity continues.

~ Liberty Video News


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