Make no mistake. Make absolutely no mistake. This. 👆This is who Republicans are. White. Entitled. Privileged. Racist. Is this you? No? Then why the fuck are you a Republican? Reclaim your soul, reclaim your humanity, before it is too late. #republican#trumpsupporters#notmypresident#partyofracism credit @st_bernard_wins_
The definition of gender is The act of being male or female. The definition of male is the reproductive system and biology. The definition of female is the reproductive system and biology. Whether people like-it or not the terms male and female are and connected to biology. So if you are a female with XX chromosomes and you call yourself a Male you are not a Male. males have penisis and XY chromosomes. Your gender is being male or female, not what you “feel like”. not feeling like the right gender is gender stereotypes like how only girls like wearing dresses and men hate wearing make up. Those are preferences and gender stereotypes it has nothing to do with being the wrong gender. Not to mention you can’t feel a certain gender. It’s literally impossible to feel a XX chromosome. What these confused people are feeling is that they don’t match the gender stereotype and they have different personal preferences and they suddenly think that they’re the wrong gender. #conservative#rightwing#transgender#lgbt#trump#2gendersonly#biology#republican#gender=biology #sex#gender#prolife
Toronto police say an incident involving an 11-year-old girl who claimed to have her hijab cut by a stranger on the street, "did not happen."
On Friday, Toronto police said they were investigating a report that a young girl was attacked by a man with scissors, as she was walking to school in the east end of the city.
According to officers at the time, the 11-year-old girl was on her way to Pauline Johnson Public School in Scarborough, when she felt something and turned around to see a man trying to cut her hijab with a pair of scissors. She said she screamed and ran away, but the man returned less than 10 minutes later and tried to cut it once again.
In speaking with CTV News on Monday, Toronto Police Service spokesperson Mark Pugash said investigators reached the conclusion after sifting through the evidence.
“We had, as everyone knows, allegations of an extremely serious crime on Friday which we investigated -- we had a team of investigators who put together a significant amount of evidence and they came to the conclusion that the events that were alleged did not happen,” Pugash said.
“We have spoken with (the girl), we have spoken to all the people the public would expect us to speak to in the course of a thorough investigation, and when we put all of that together -- we looked at it very closely -- and that was the conclusion that we came to.”