Piers Morgan has lashed out again at children who want to play dress-up.
Morgan has a history of making transphobic comments and attacks, despite insisting,
“I’m a big supporter of transgender rights.“
But he further cemented his reputation as a transphobe when he erupted on live TV in Britain, blurting out:
“You can identify as a giraffe as you want.“
Morgan continued his crazy-man-at-the-deli muttering:
“No more boys, no more girls, no more mothers and no more fathers.”
Susanna Reid, his co-host, asked:
“Are you feeling threatened?”
Yes, apparently. He then said,
“We’re all going to be fluid. We’re all going to be giraffes.”
He added his voice to the growing storm of hate against gender non-conforming children, as some ridiculously speculate, will likely define as animals before too long.
Outrage at the idea of kids being able wear clothes which stereotypically don’t match their gender has sprung from the Church of England’s new guidance to combat anti-LGBT bullying. It reads:
“Pupils need to be able to play with the many cloaks of identity (sometimes quite literally with the dressing up box).
For example, a child may choose the tutu, princess’s tiara and heels and/or the fireman’s helmet, tool belt and superhero cloak without expectation or comment.
Childhood has a sacred space for creative self-imagining.
They are in a ‘trying on’ stage of life, and not yet adult and so no labels need to be fixed.”
Morgan’s hate of trans people has been building for a long time. He sparked outrage when he called gender fluid people “absurd” earlier this year.
Someone is absurd.
(Photo, YouTube; via Pink News)