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Biological man awarded International Women of Courage by State Dept.

Published in Blog on March 08, 2023 by Catie Robertson

In honor of International Women's day, the State Department bestowed a courage award upon a biological man – because we all know the best women are men. 

Alba Rueda, Argentina’s Special Envoy for Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity, was given this award on account of his courage in overcoming personal hardship. However, from a young age, this man drilled a permanent seat for himself in the halls of government with the power of victimhood.

What qualifies him for this award? Pure delusion. 

Some of Rueda’s unique policies include the Transgender Labor Quota Act, which requires 1% of public sector jobs to be worked by a transgender person. 

Perhaps inspired by his own name change, one of Rueda’s points of pride was advocating to change the name of the National Woman’s Conference. He much preferred it be dubbed the “Plurinational Conference of Women and Lesbian, Cross-Dresser, Transgender, Bisexual, Intersex and Non-Binary Persons”.

Yes, let’s all take this man, playing dress up as a woman, very seriously.

Next to Rueda, receiving the same award, were true women of courage. 

There was a woman from Afghanistan who studied secretly, evading the Taliban, and eventually became a doctor to serve other refugees. Another inspiring woman, an Ethiopian journalist, exposed human rights violations and worked to bring perpetrators to justice. Another strong woman receiving the award was a Ukrainian paramedic beaten and tortured for smuggling footage of atrocities committed by Russian troops in 2018. 

In her speech at the event, Jill Biden exposed just how out of touch she was with the trials and triumphs these women have faced. Jill described a girl who feels the world “closing in, afraid that her dreams are just too big to carry alone.”

These women, the biological ones, did not have fluffy dreams or silly stars in their eyes. No, these women saw the harsh reality of the world and decided to bring a little justice, a little mercy, and a little freedom to any corner they could reach. 

That is why we call them courageous.

This drive is incompatible with the self-serving, self-aggrandizing silliness of the transgender movement. 

Not only did the State Department and first lady expose the self-centered nature of the executive branch, but woke movements in general. 

Ironically, at the end of her speech, Jill called for more male involvement in the empowerment of women throughout society. “We need more men who nurture families, who feed and teach and mentor, who build safer communities.”

Certainly. But how does she expect to get men who are truly men, when the administration continually bashes men and tells us that the best men, in fact, are women. 

Do we really want to give more power to the people who can’t tell when a man is making a mockery of a woman’s award ceremony? This is just one more example of the clown pageantry parading around the very top of D.C. 

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