The 9 worst things transphobe Piers Morgan has said about actual people
Today, Good Morning Britain host and noted transphobe Piers Morgan attacked children who simply want to wear their choice of clothes to school.
The furious rant, in which Morgan once again compared being trans to being an animal – a giraffe this time – came just days after he said: “I’m a big supporter of transgender rights.”
He’s not, and here’s the proof.
He literally called non-binary kids a disease
Earlier this year, he interviewed non-binary couple Fox Fisher and Owl on GMB.
He told them: “Schools are now running riot with non-binary kids. It’s like a contagion.”
Children aren’t a disease, Piers. They’re humans.
The host also said that non-binary kids were “a massive new fad,” asking the pair: “How many trans youths in Britain [died by] suicide last year?
“I’ve heard it’s like, two or three people,” he answered himself. “It’s incredibly small.”
He asked about a trans person’s genitals for no reason
“How does your physique compare now to what it did then?” he asked.
“Obviously, certain areas we know about…”
Jenner was having none of it, but other guests of his shows have been less practised in defending themselves from attacks.
He denied a genderfluid person’s identity
He asked Tabitha or Tate Downs-King whether their trans mother had brought on their – as he put it – “confusion.”
And Morgan flat-out denied their identity to their face, telling them that “you can’t be male and female…you’re born one or the other.”
Genderfluid people: good or bad?
“I’m very confused and unsettled by genderfluidity,” he told Star Trek actress Sonequa Martin-Green last week.
“People who wake up one day and they’re Sonequa, and the next day they wake up and feel like they’re Michael.”
He then asked whether genderfluidity was “a good thing, or is it a rather confusing thing?”
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