It starts in Europe, then it spreads to New York and California, and then it infects the rest of the nation. This seems to be the track that every single depraved, backward and immoral sickness that has swept the nation. There was a time when we would never consider normalizing some of the absurd “orientations” that society has demanded that we accept. First, we had to accept them, then they became a protected status, now we’re persecuted and soon will be prosecuted for even voicing an opinion against them.
The issue of transgenderism is one of the most monumental, because it represents a person who is changing their physical appearance, of their own velition, and requiring that others change their speech and actions to suit that person’s ppreference Since it would be considered an offense of the highest order to bring any sort of objective moral standard into any of our politics or law making, we’re forced to keep our piece, and take a “you do you” approach to dealing with the clinically disturbed people, masquarading as (and being accepted as) social pioneers.
One new and disturbing part of that push for normalcy for the mentally disturbed has been in making sure that they’re in no way discriminated against when it comes to being a beauty icon. It’s a well-established fact that beauty is subjective and that preference is something that can’t be dictated, but that’s just what one Europian edition of Playboy is pushing with their newest cover model. Info Wars lays out the devious plan by Playboy Germany to be the first in it’s franchise to feature a transgender person on it’s cover:
Model Giuliana Farfalla, 21 – formerly Pascal Radermacher – will appear topless on the magazine’s cover in its upcoming issue hitting newsstands Thursday.
Florian Biotin, Playboy Deutschland’s editor-in-chief, said the company’s late founder, Hugh Hefner, would laud the move as he was “resolutely opposed to all forms of exclusion and intolerance.’
Farfalla had previously appeared on ‘Germany’s Next Topmodel.’
The decision follows the US edition’s move to feature a transgender person as its centerfold model in 2017.
At the time, former US Playboy model Jenna Jameson expressed her displeasure with the company’s decision.
So @playboy just announced it will be featuring its first transgender playmate… 🤦🏼♀️🤦🏼♀️🤦🏼♀️
— Jenna Jameson (@jennajameson) October 19, 2017
This isn’t just a religious or moral issue (though it certainly is that) it’s very much of social and legal interest. Discrimination lawsuits happen all the time, especially when it comes to those who’ve chosen an “alternative lifestyle” and forcibly put themselves into a protected class. If this is the first step in forcing people to find transgender’s sexually acceptable, it’s just a hop skip and a jump to people being considered transphobic if they don’t want to go out with someone upon finding their birth gender.
Fox News reported this story, but they focused on Jameson’s reaction to this news, and how she is dealing with the loud and proud trans community and their shaming of anyone who objects:
“Jenna Jameson is not happy with Playboy’s choice to feature its first ever transgender Playmate, the French model Ines Rau, in its November issue.
The former adult entertainer told Fox News, ‘I just think it’s a ridiculous attempt by Playboy to stay relevant. It is a foolish decision that alienates its consumer base.’
We unsuccessfully reached out to Playboy for comment. But Cooper Hefner, the son of late founder Hugh Hefner, told the New York Times: ‘It’s the right thing to do. We’re at a moment where gender roles are evolving.’
Jameson, 43, took to Twitter to voice her frustration with the legendary men’s entertainment brand.
Some followers expressed their dismay with Jameson’s Playmate perspective.
One user said, ‘So many LGBTQ people have been fans of you & actually looked up to you & your empire. That’s sad you would be so judgmental.’
Jameson replied to her former fan, ‘Just because Miss USA won’t let me compete (because I’m an ex pornstar) doesn’t mean they don’t love me 👌🏻I love my gay and trans peeps.’
So many LGBTQ people have been fans of you & actually looked up to you & your empire. That's sad you would be so judgmental.
— JEREMY DOLCE (@JEREMYDOLCE) October 20, 2017
Another echoed Jameson’s sentiments, ‘Playboy has women in it. Playgirl has men in it. The Boy Scouts have boys in it. The Girl Scouts have girls in it. Why is this so hard?’
Just because Miss USA won't let me compete (because I'm an ex pornstar) doesn't mean they don't love me 👌🏻I love my gay and trans peeps https://t.co/FDm2SXrpds
— Jenna Jameson (@jennajameson) October 20, 2017
The mother of two continued to defend her position.
Just because I don't agree with a trans person being in Playboy doesn't mean I'm "transphobic" .People these days with all their "phobics" 🙄 https://t.co/iCRmbKsZDz
— Jenna Jameson (@jennajameson) October 19, 2017
Meanwhile, Playboy posted one reader’s criticism on social media, likening it to mail they received in 1965 when they featured their first African-American Playmate.
Playboy’s response is a compelling one, and just might be something that changes some opinions, however, they seem to be leaving out the fact that black people are born that way, and trans people choose their gender. Also, trans people only have the level of discrimination earned by lifestyle choices they make that others often find unnatural. They were never enslaved, bought sold or bread like cattle. Black Americans had some actual hardship that they didn’t ask for and suffered real persecution. We’re all very sorry that trans people are disturbed, but it’s not the same. Nice try Playboy, but that was a swing and a miss.