American rapper Lil Mama announced Thursday she is starting a “heterosexual rights movement” to protest LGBTQ bullying. She already has vocalized her opposition to medical intervention on children experiencing gender dysphoria (a state of unease or generalized dissatisfaction with life.)
“I’m about to start a heterosexual rights movement,” the 31-year-ria old entertainer said on Instagram.
“Y’all fight so hard to be respected, and SOME of you, NOT ALL get a kick out bullying people for having an option, how they dress, how their hair and or makeup looks, how much money they have, etc.,” she wrote.
“There are so many people afraid to give their honest opinion because if they do, the LGBTQ+ will hear what they want to hear and take statements out of context,” she added.
Lil Mama is being called transphobic after she got on Instagram Live last night to explain her comments about trans children and depopulation last week.
— Female Rap Room (@FemaleRapRoom) March 17, 2021
Lil Mama protests LGBTQ bullying.
Lil Mama has been an outspoken adversary of medical interventions on children experiencing gender dysphoria. Two weeks ago, she retweeted a post insisting that children do not have the necessary maturity to undertake gender transition.
“So children are too young to smoke cigarettes, too young to drink alcohol, too young to get a driver’s license, too young to go to a club, too young to gamble, too young to rent a car, but old enough to cut off their genitals and ‘change’ their gender? This is insanity America,” the post declared. Source: breitbart.com.
We agree with Lil Mama’s take on transgender children. Further, her position on LGBTQ bullying has merit; the movement has adopted the cancel culture mentality. Cancel culture and the idea of canceling someone coincides with a familiar pattern: A celebrity or other public figure does or says something offensive. A public backlash, often fueled by politically progressive social media, ensues. Then come the calls to cancel the person — that is, to effectively end their career or revoke their cultural cachet, whether through boycotts of their work or disciplinary action from an employer. Source: Vox.com