Hold your horses, cowboys and cowgirls: Now you’re a “cissexist” — which must be a really bad thing because it has “sexist” in it — if you don’t want to have sex with “women with penises,” according to a 24-year-old guy who is apparently a professional transwoman.
Riley J. Dennis, who according to his YouTube profile is 6’4″ tall and dating a woman, which obviously makes him a lesbian, is a vlogger for EverydayFeminist.com. That’s not a typo: Dennis was born a male but now says he’s a lesbian transwoman whose gender is fluid. That seems to mean he is a man with long hair who wears makeup, dresses ambiguously, and has sex with a lady. But it’s hard to keep up, which is probably partly the point of all this narcissism: to keep people’s attention by constantly destabilizing their sense of reality.
Dennis’s YouTube channel, which largely concerns “intersectional feminism,” has 28,000 subscribers. His latest for Everyday Feminist, which at this writing has 17,200 shares, explains how having “genital preferences” in dating constitutes transphobic discrimination. Anyone who has “genital preferences” — which despite America’s decline is still the majority of us — can start laughing now, because obviously this is all about the alphabet soup people trying to get us to stop having sex. I, for one, ain’t buying.
“Some women have penises, and if the fact that some lesbians might be attracted to those women offends you it’s because you don’t think trans women are real women,” he says in the video.
The anti-sex campaign has another recent entry. Bill Nye’s new show, “Bill Nye Saves The World,” came out with a video in which the intended humor thuds but the unintentional humor sings. Warning: NSFW or children.