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Elliot Page, right, attended the 2021 Met Gala looking sharp in a men's tailored suit for the actor's appearance at the 2021 Met Gala on Monday night.

The 34-year-old Juno star, formerly Ellen Page, posed for photos with fellow actors Kit Harrington and Leslie Rose.

Elliot wore a classic Balenciaga tuxedo for the annual high society bash, which was themed "In America: A Lexicon of Fashion."

The outing marked Elliot's first red carpet appearance since coming out as female-to-male trans.

The men's tailored suit featured an oversized dinner jacket with padded shoulders and extra-long sleeves. The outfit was accessorized with a crisp white shirt with a thick silver button at the collar in place of a tie, oversized black sneakers and a green rose pinned next to the lapels.

The appearance was no doubt a monumental moment for the actor, who told Time magazine that wearing women's clothing was traumatic.

"Even though (I was) an actor, just putting on a T-shirt cut for a woman would make me so unwell."

The Met Gala comes ahead of the opening of the exhibition Part 2, In America: An Anthology of Fashion in the American Wing period rooms at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 5, 2022.

Question: What do you think of Elliot's cute suit?

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A woman went berserk after a male exposed himself to little girls in a Los Angeles spa. The man told the shocked moms that he identified as a woman.

Several women vented their frustrations at the front desk staff at Wi Spa, who responded that the "law" allows males to enter female-only spaces.

One Black woman recorded her encounter with the front desk staff.

"I just want to be clear with you. It's okay for a man to go into the women's section, show his penis around the other women -- young little girls, under age, your spa, Wi Spa, condones that. Is that what you're saying?"

The front desk staff confirmed that men are allowed into female-only spaces because of sexual orientation.

"What sexual orientation? I see a dick. It tells me he's a man," the irate woman responded.

Several women demanded their money back and said they would not return.

A man who overheard the commotion, stepped forward to defend the male, referring to him as a "transgender person."

"There's no such thing as transgender," the woman replied. "He has a penis..."

"You're being a dick," the man told her.

"No I'm not one. Actually I'm a woman who knows how to stand up and speak up for my rights," she said.

Woke social media users were torn between raising awareness for transgender equality and protecting women's rights.

One user wrote:

"Excellent rant from her. However, being that she is a black woman, she likely votes Democrat, and is now realizing that this programmed stupidity has dire consequences."

Another user praised the Black woman for speaking out.

"It's the African-American women that will save this country. So sorry but they are the ones stuck with the children. They are the ones having to put up with these pedos. And, they have strength and courage to say something about their rights to not see some goof’s junk out in public."

And a third user wrote:

"No one who is a democrat has any right to complain about this, you brought this upon yourselves [sic]."

Others noted that indecent exposure is illegal in every state except liberal California.
 

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Former WWE wrestler Tyler Reks, who was born Gabe Tufts, came out as a male-to-female trans this week, saying, "This is me. Unashamed, unabashedly me."

Tufts, who now goes by the name Gabbi Tufts, shared a photo on Instagram, along with the caption: "The ball dropped early today as this is now worldwide news. This is me. Unashamed, unabashedly me. This is the side of me that has hidden in the shadows, afraid and fearful of what the world would think; afraid of what my family, friends, and followers would say or do."

The reaction was mostly positive on Instagram. But some wrestling fans expressed shock at the once muscular wrestling star's new look.

"What the f*ck," wrote one stunned fan.

Another follower wrote: "You gained a new fan today. Be YOU. You are loved. We are here to lift you up. I’m so happy you are embracing your true self. I hope you continue to find peace now that this weight and darkness is lifted."

Tufts wrestled professionally from the late 2000s to the early 2010s. His signature move was known as the "Burning Hammer."
 

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A North Carolina news outlet sparked outrage on social media after publishing an editorial cartoon depicting prominent GOP politicians as KKK bigots.

WRAL, an NBC affiliate based in Raleigh, NC, labeled Lt. Governor Mark Robinson and State Board of Education member Olivia Oxendine as members of the Ku Klux Klan for objecting to teaching Black Lives Matter's critical race theory in the state's public schools.

Under the proposed curriculum, children as young as elementary school age will be introduced to racial politics, gender and transgender identities and dismantling the nuclear family headed by 2 heterosexual parents.

The Black Lives Matter-authored curriculum teaches children that they were "assigned" a gender at birth and they can be whatever gender they choose to be.

In the cartoon, an elephant, holding a copy of the state's proposed curriculum, is dressed in a Ku Klux Klan robe, while declaring, "we prefer to start with a clean sheet."

Robinson, who is Black, slammed WRAL as "vile" for publishing the cartoon, drawn by 8th-grade social studies teacher Dennis Draughon, during Black History Month in America.

"On the second day of Black History Month, the first black Lt. Governor of North Carolina has been portrayed as such by one of the largest news outlets in this state," Robinson said. "It's something we cannot stand for."

Oxendine, the board's only Native American member, voiced her opposition to the proposed social studies standards, saying it gives "the feeling of America the oppressor, not America the land of opportunity."

Twitter user @flyfischer4428 slammed WRAL, writing: "I CANNOT believe how offensive this is. @markrobinsonNC is black. Olivia Oxendine is a Native American. @WRAL, @wlos this cartoon should be a story by itself."

Another Twitter user, @LotusBlossom44, wrote: "Wow. I thought WRAL couldn't sink any lower. This is shameful in so many ways. Calling GOP the KKK for not wanting to include race-based ideologies in the educational curriculum?"

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Ellen Page surprised no one by coming out as a female-to-male transgender in a lengthy message on Twitter.com Tuesday.

Page identifies as a "non-binary" person who is neither man nor woman. Page's pronouns are "he/they".

It's unlikely that Page will get many roles playing a non-binary he/they, so the 33-year-old Canadian will continue to play superhero Vanya Hargreeves, a woman with the ability to turn sound into energy, in The Umbrella Academy on Netflix.

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A source told Variety: "Vanya is a cisgender [heterosexual] woman whose superpower involves unleashing force through the use of sound. There are no plans to change the character's gender."

That didn't sit well with some in the LGBT+ community who support Page's gender identity, but say it's either all or nothing.

One Twitter user wrote: "I am so proud of Elliot Page for transitioning and becoming a beacon of hope for humanity. That said, now that Page is a straight man he is officially an oppressor and deserves nothing but our contempt."

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Actor Daniel Radcliffe apologized to the transgender community for Harry Potter author JK Rowling's comments about male-to-female transgender people.

Rowling objected to an article referring to biological women as "people who menstruate."

"'People who menstruate.' I'm sure there used to be a word for those people. Someone help me out. Wumben? Wimpund? Woomud?" Rowling tweeted on June 6.

"The idea that women like me, who've been empathetic to trans people for decades, feeling kinship because they're vulnerable in the same way as women - ie, to male violence - 'hate' trans people because they think sex is real and has lived consequences - is nonsense."

In response, the 30-year-old Harry Potter star released a statement to The Trevor Project insisting MtF trans people are women.

"To all the people who now feel that their experience of the books has been tarnished or diminished, I am deeply sorry for the pain these comments have caused you," he said.

"Transgender women are women. Any statement to the contrary erases the identity and dignity of transgender people and goes against all advice given by professional health care associations who have far more expertise on this subject matter than either Jo or I," Radcliffe said.

He acknowledged that Rowling is responsible for his career and he said certain press outlets will probably paint his statement as "in-fighting between JK Rowling and myself, but that is really not what this is about, nor is it what's important right now."

Below are Rowling's tweets that sparked the firestorm.

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The Wall Street Journal challenged the gender binary ideology that sex is on a spectrum beyond male and female.

"In humans, reproductive anatomy is unambiguously male or female at birth more than 99.98% of the time, said biologists Colin M. Wright and Emma N. Hilton in a WSJ op-ed published on Friday.

The biologists affirmed that the purpose of males and females is to reproduce.

"The evolutionary function of these two anatomies is to aid in reproduction via the fusion of sperm and ova. No third type of sex cell exists in humans, and therefore there is no sex 'spectrum' or additional sexes beyond male and female. Sex is binary."

LGBT+ groups insist sex is non-binary and there are multiple genders and sexes beyond male and female.

The Wall Street Journal writers said there is a "dangerous and anti-scientific trend toward the outright denial of biological sex," which sees male and female as "arbitrary groupings."

They added that "intersex individuals are extremely rare, and they are neither a third sex nor proof that sex is a 'spectrum' or a "social construct."

Referring to children who believe they are the opposite sex, researcher Jane Robbins said, "The concept of changing one's biological sex is, of course, nonsense."

She said "sex is determined by unalterable chromosomes."

"An individual can change his hormone levels and undergo surgery to better imitate the opposite sex, but a male on the day of his conception will remain a male on the day of his death."

The Wall Street Journal's op-ed said the current ideology driven approach to human sexuality often results in real-life damage to the most vulnerable members of society.
 

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Elderly women everywhere were shocked at the news that actor heartthrob Billy Dee Williams came out of the closet as a "gender fluid" cross-dresser who possibly goes both ways.

"I'm a very soft person. I'm not afraid to show that side of myself," Williams said in an interview with Esquire to promote his latest film, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.

"I never tried to be anything except myself. I think of myself as a relatively colorful character who doesn't take himself or herself too seriously,” said Williams, 82.

"And you see I say 'himself' and 'herself,' because I also see myself as feminine as well as masculine," he added.

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Williams is best known for his role in Lady Sings the Blues (1972) alongside Diana Ross, who played legendary jazz singer Billie Holiday.

The suave and debonair actor made the ladies swoon when he uttered his infamous line to Ross: "You want my arm to fall off?".

 

Williams is also known for his role as Lando Calrissian in the Star Wars trilogy.

Williams said the role he's most proud of is his Emmy-nominated performance as Gale Sayers in the 1971 TV movie Brian's Song.

"It was a love story, really," he told Esquire. "Between two guys. Without sex. It ended up being a kind of breakthrough in terms of racial division."

Gender fluid - a term unheard of before the Obama-era - is said to exist on a gender spectrum that changes with mood from day to day.

For example, someone who identifies as "gender fluid" or "non-binary" may feel they are a mix of both male or female. They may dress manly one day while sashaying in feminine wear the next.

The Obama-era ushered in new words and terms to describe old sexual preferences and sexual identities. The goal of the Obama administration's leftist angenda was to normalize and remove the stigma surrounding sexual identities, including homosexuality, cross-dressing, and pedophilia.
 

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Real Housewives of Atlanta co-star Cynthia Bailey's daughter Noelle Robinson came out as sexually fluid, which basically means she is unsure about her sexual identity.

According to Rhymeswithsnitch.com, Noelle came out to her mother while the Bravo cameras were rolling.

Noelle, 20, moved to California to be closer to her mother, who is divorced from Peter Thomas. During a conversation, Cynthia, 51, mentions Noelle has her pick of the cute boys hanging around. But Noelle corrects her and reveals she goes both ways.

During the ensuing conversation Noelle explains that she is "fluid", which is another way of saying she flip flops because she is confused about her sexuality.

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Some say Noelle's newfound "fluid" sexuality is manufactured for reality TV. Lending credence to the theory is the fact that Noelle has a close bond with her father, the world's most handsome actor, Leon.

Many wonder how Noelle could be confused about her sexuality if she had a close bond with her father. That leaves her mother as the culprit.

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Teachers are being encouraged to use a "Gender Snowperson" graphic to teach students about gender identity in sex education classes.

The gender snowperson image was tweeted by Teacher2Teacher, a left leaning nonprofit organization that provides lesson plans and other resources to teachers.

Teacher2Teacher is sponsored by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

The organization identified Johnny Cole, a "diversity officer" for the Lexington School District, as the source of the image.

The image shows a genderless snowman on a board accompanied by stickers that explains the gender identity ideology. One sticker says:

"Gender Identity
Girl, Boy, Neither
Who you are and how you feel as a person."

Another sticker reads:

"Sexual orientation
Who you love or are attracted to".

A third sticker says:

Sex Assigned at Birth
Girl, Boy, Intersex
Pronoun assigned at birth".

Twitter users were confused and baffled by the agenda behind the lesson.

"What is the target age for this lesson?" asked one Twitter user.

"This is just awful. This is not something prepubescent children should have to deal with," wrote another user.

A third user tweeted: "Why is the snowman white?".