LGBTQ+++™ Fail: Sports Illustrated Puts Dude on Swimsuit Cover, Apparently Can’t Photoshop His Man-Hips
By Ben Bartee - May 25, 2023

Originally published via Armageddon Prose:

As I recently reported at PJ Media, the transes have scored another touchdown in the Culture War, getting one of their own again onto the cover of the formerly prestigious Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition that I used to love dearly as a preteen with limited access to the internet in the late 1990s.

And it’s not even Pride™ month yet.

Via The Advocate:

“Pop star Kim Petras is one of four cover models for Sports Illustrated’s 2023 swimsuit edition, making her only the second out transgender woman to appear on the cover, the publication announced Monday. Model and actress Leyna Bloom was the first, having been on the cover in 2021.

“It’s definitely a scary time to be transgender in America, but there’s also so much more representation than there’s ever been, and there’s so many things on the bright side,” Petras told the magazine.”

But this guy Kim’s hips don’t quite pass the gender purity test.

Take a look and what he has going on and see for yourself.

(If you’re reading this on Substack, you gotta click the link. Twitter URLs won’t embed because of petty bickering between the platform and “free speech absolutist” Elon Musk.)

Via Anatomy Standard:

“The geometry of bony pelvis differs significantly between males and females – the phenomena caused by adaptation to the obstetric demands. Females have a relatively larger and rounder pelvic cavity, a shorter and more posteriorly projecting sacrum, a wider subpubic angle, and smaller acetabula with a larger distance between them.”

That pesky biological reality strikes again!

Why has The Science™ not fixed this dude’s hip problem yet? He has a bunch of cash from his musical career making mediocre pop songs.

Somehow, it’s got to be Systemic Transphobia™, or something systemic. Everything is systemic to these people.

Ben Bartee is an independent Bangkok-based American journalist with opposable thumbs.

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