The simple truth of the matter is that what is between your legs DOES determine a lot about your station in the world of sexual partners. I found it rather amusing watching the phony reactions of both Cox and Carrera when asked that HORRIBLE question referencing whether they had underwent surgery. Isn't it odd that tow self described activists that went on a television show with Katie Couric and somehow were offended by such a question which is very relevant for anyone that was born transsexual.
The claim that what is down there does not define whether I am a woman or not is total bullshit. Only those that want to retain their penis would ever make such a claim and the reason they keep their 7 inch neoclit is because they enjoy using it in the same way men enjoy using it so how do they come up with the bullshit it doesn't matter? If course it matters and it really matters to those of us that simply wanted to be as we should have been born. Kind of funny how they only want the boobs and the dresses and the heels and the makeup and the wigs but not the vagina. I find that odd but then they need that dick for its intended purpose which is fucking women so they decide to add the additional insult of claiming their penis still allows them to be the same as a woman even if they enjoy its functional purpose. And there you have the entire gist of the Transgender movement of obfuscation.
Katie Couric made the same mistake most Americans make and it is a simple one but a mistake deliberately fostered by the transgender activists. Katie Couric assumed she was talking with two transsexuals who were transgender which is the same as transsexual and everyone knows transsexuals want SRS. So here you have two activists pretending to represent transsexuals, falsely by their actions, who are upset or disturbed by a question involving SRS, aka surgery, when they damn well should have known it would come up.
This is just another ploy in the Transgender Activists agenda to make those born transsexual subservient to the crossdressers and transvestites that control the movement. A penis is important to them because it is their source of pleasure. It is not nor was it ever important to those born transsexual because it is a symbol of the mistake made upon our birth.
Carmen Carrera was a self described gay man before deciding that she was somehow transgender which I find odd in the world she worked in since transsexualism is well understood in that world. There has been a petition going around amongst the transgender crowd to have Victoria Secret use her as a model in their television show. I guess that would be a teaching moment, somehow, if Carrera has not had SRS.
A lot, if not all, of this false outrage goes directly back to the Transgender Activists attempt to redefine what a female is so men can somehow weasel their way into the private areas we women want. Why would an activist not want to discuss this even if they had not had SRS? They had a potential teaching moment but there was a very insidious reason they would not talk about it. Rather than simply say SRS is what some want but may not be relevant for everyone which is a valid point when discussing the transgender umbrella they took the position of dismissing it is not relevant when they both know it is very relevant to many bit in typical transgender disregard for those born transsexual they lumped everyone together. How freaking convenient.
It turns out the question and the subject matter was actually discussed before the show and Carrera was going to answer it but Laverne Cox decided to intervene and answer the question. Now before any of you blow a gasket and claim I have no clue I actually do because I did several radio shows and television when I was in NYC in the early 70's with Harry and I was asked that very question but in more graphic terms several times. I answered it on a local television show in Philadelphia with the simple response that I am a girl and a girl has a vagina and the women in the audience certainly understood that rationale while the men looked rather squeamish like they always do.
There was and is a professional and adult way to answer the question but they both chose not to be forthcoming, which is their right, but it is not their right to misrepresent the facts and imply they were shocked over any question that involved any reference to surgery of any kind because afterall the very reality is that the transgendered want everyone to think they are transsexual but somehow avoid answering the questions that are relevant to being born transsexual. How freaking convenient.
Just another example of the men getting squeamish discussing their precious male genitalia. That fucking thing means only one thing to a transsexual and it is sadness because to us it was or is a horrible mistake.