This weekend's breaking news headlines were dominated by Meghan Markle and Harry Windsor's tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey, the NBA All-Star Game held in Atlanta, and more violence and gunplay in Atlanta.
But one story that you may have missed is the "radical" #SuperStraight Movement on TikTok.
After years of being told they are "transphobic" for refusing to even consider sleeping with a male-to-female transgender, the straights fought back.
The movement started with a video by a TikTok user named Kyle Royce. In it he expressed his frustration with having to protect his manhood by creating a new sexuality called "super straight".
"Yo, guys, I made a new sexuality now, actually, it's called super straight. Since straight people, or straight men like myself, I get called transphobic because I wouldn't date a trans woman," he said.
Kyle added that he wouldn't date an MtF because "that's not a real woman to me, like, I want a real woman. Now, I'm super straight. I only date the opposite gender, woman, that are born woman. So you can't say I'm transphobic now because that's just my sexuality."
And just like that, a new movement was born. The #SuperStraight hashtag began trending on TikTok, Twitter and Facebook. And the movement adopted its own flag with the colors black and orange.
Liberals were triggered and some responded with violence and death threats.
Within hours, Kyle was forced to delete his video after he and his mom were threatened.
TikTok user @procrasclass posted a video criticizing men who claim to be "super straight".
"You like women, but you're excluding an entire group of women," he said. "If a plumber only works on shower drains and refuses to work on sinks, we don't call him a 'super plumber'. If anything, you're 'semi-straight' or 'straight impaired'."
The movement quickly jumped from TikTok to Reddit where an r/SuperStraight subreddit was created.
One Reddit user justified the new movement this way: "Super straights are by far the most oppressed sexuality. why do they hate us for how we were born? such a cruel world."
Another Reddit user was overjoyed to stumble upon the SuperStraight subreddit. He wrote: "I didn't think women existed anymore? I thought they were called people who menstruate now or something."
And a third Reddit user wrote: "I just came out to my parents as super straight. They told me they knew all along, and no matter what, they would love and accept me."
The r/SuperStraight sub grew to over 10,000 members before it was shut down on Sunday evening due to hate speech against the LGBT+ community.
Twitter also removed #SuperStraight tweets because they violated Twitter's rules against hate speech.