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The Tyranny of the Transgender Movement Can Begin Its End Here

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The controversy surrounding Dave Chappelle’s comedy special is a controversy that shouldn’t be. A man got up on a stage and told some jokes that were offensive to a select number of our society. That group just so happened to be the trans community.

Let’s be very honest about something.

The transgender community is the most spoiled, coddled, and entitled group in our society. So untouchable are they that they can literally defy science and define reality in nonsensical ways, and our mainstream culture will enthusiastically nod their heads and cancel anyone who disagrees with the decrees. The mental illness behind transgenderism is no longer considered a mental illness, it’s almost treated like a superpower despite its ultra-high depression and suicide rates.

You can’t even study the effects of post-op transgender mental health because universities are afraid to invite the wrath of the transgender community and its many allies and activist groups.

(READ: Scientists Can’t Research Surge In Regrets Over Transgender Surgeries Due To Fears Of Backlash From LGBT Community)

So afraid to go against the transgender community are people in our society that they can literally stand naked next to children, perform strip shows in front of them, or have children dance on stage for them in nightclubs, and mainstream sources won’t utter a single word of contempt.

The transgender community believes that it can make any demand, create any narrative, and destroy any opposition without a doubt in their mind. They believe they rule our society, and to be honest, society hasn’t given them much reason to believe otherwise.

To be clear, the fault lays in multiple directions. For one, transgenderism became mainstream the moment Bruce Jenner became Caitlin Jenner and skewered anyone and everyone who didn’t immediately get on board with the “a trans woman is a woman” mentality. We can also blame the feminist movement which was at the height of its power at the time and its “intersectionality” gave transgenderism the political edge it needed to become a dominant force.

But we finally have the opportunity to turn this around, and it was brought by none other than Chappelle with no small help from the trans community itself.

Chappelle has opened up an opportunity for a major corporation to tell the trans community something it hasn’t heard in a long, long time.

“No.”

As of this writing, Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos is currently denying the demands of the LGBT employees at Netflix for one thing or another as he should.

(READ: Translating Netflix CEO’s Shooting Down of Every Demand LGBT Employees are Making)

Another demand on top of the ones they’re making is for a pay raise for being transgender.

All they have to say is “no” and then proceed to withstand the deluge of LGBT activism that will come their way. All they need to do is remember that they’re Netflix and it won’t exactly be a tough storm to weather.

Now normally, this might be a bit tough, but the transgender community has more or less begun to wear out its welcome with the vehicle it arrived on the scene with; the feminist movement.

As I covered yesterday, prominent left-leaning feminists are asking themselves what exactly the hell happened in our society when it comes to women effectively being erased. Women are being tossed aside in favor of “birthing people” and “chestfeeding,” and “vagina-owners.” Women are being destroyed and the source of the destruction is the trans community and its domination of society.

(READ: Feminism Has Succeeded in Accomplishing Its Goal: The Destruction of Women)

A shift is set to occur and it will likely come on the back of fed-up women.

Netflix’s denial of trans demands can be a pebble that starts an avalanche, and the support system that the transgender activist community enjoyed has weakened to the point of failure. The denial from Netflix will trigger denials from other corporations who wish to no longer have their bottom line under consistent threat from these activists. They’ll learn they can say no and be okay. When the trans community looks to the “intersectionality” they once enjoyed, many feminists will be reluctant to give their support.

All Netflix has to do is hold its ground, and the rest will take care of itself.