Some things are just too funny to write:

The organisation said in a statement that it hopes to create a safe space for all members of the LGBTQIA+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, intersex, asexual) community, and that while the decision may “disappoint” some people “the needs of the most marginalised groups within our community come first.”

Pity the poor drag queens, you can offend members of the general public, parents and Christians all you want, but the moment you might offend transgenders then you just aren’t acceptable anymore.

Via Steven Crowder who comments thus

Obviously, we need a UFC style ranking system of the pound-for-pound most marginalized groups.

His video clip on the subject I think is most appropriate go and see it.

That people have taken any of these folks seriously is one of the most amazing cultural developments I’ve seen in my lifetime.

When I saw this tweet from the Atlantic:

I was shocked. Not by the fact that neither the Atlantic nor any other liberal publication would ever question abortion based on ending the life of a male, but that they had violated one of the new commandments of the modern left.

The very fact Atlantic has dared to suggest that there is such a thing as “male” and “female” and that such a thing exists in the womb before said child can even be exposed to social construct is a case of liberal heresy.

I await the massive condemnation of the Atlantic by all comers and their boycott by states and celebrities all over.

Break out the stoning scene:

Now you might think that stoning is a tad rough here but as the left has decreed that Monty Python is not comedy but a blueprint for life, I guess we have to do it.