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Desc:'He...uh, she.'
Category:Classic TV Clips, Educational
Tags:fox news, Fox & Friends, heteronormative, deer in the headlights, transgendered
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Ocyrus - 2011-01-11
Really only the one gaff...
And to be completely fair to Kilmeade, that woman has the manliest voice I've ever heard from a tranny. Most of them at least attempt to sound more feminine, Kimberleigh makes no such effort.
Jet Bin Fever - 2011-01-11
Why should she have to?

WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2011-01-11
It's all in the subtext: the way they never put her back on camera, the stifled giggling, etc. Having a moment of confusion about how to address a transgendered person, while embarrassing for both parties, is understandable but it's what they do afterward that makes this gross.

Ocyrus - 2011-01-11
JBF: Because human beings are, in-time, conditioned to certain things... such as a woman having a softer and higher voice. When a conflict occurs, the mind has few reactionary methods to address the cognitive dissonance.

It is the same pricinple as why that video of a cute, little 14-year old girl belching like a 50-year old man with a beer gut, is funny.

Now, stop trying to thust your concept of morality upon nature.

WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2011-01-11
Either you're a troll or you're yet another moron who doesn't let things like science and medicine get in the way of gut feeling and "common sense". And your gut feeling is telling you that trannies are iiiiicky, brain chemistry be damned.

Jet Bin Fever - 2011-01-12
I think we're talking about two different things here.
You're talking about the responsibility of others in how they perceive her, whereas I'm talking more about the responsibility of her to herself in her own personal and gender identity. She has no responsibility to adopt a feminine voice if that's not her wish, others be damned. It's her human right.

I know everyone has their own mental biases towards others, and usually that its an instantaneous gut reaction. But most educated people would take a confusing situation and still outwardly be polite and courteous despite it. It's not an issue of morality, just acceptance and decency really.

Jet Bin Fever - 2011-01-11
I guess they're only your Friends if you're post-op.
And, I love how they NEVER cut back to her image, even on the signoff, recycling the same stock footage instead.
Monty Cantsin - 2011-01-11
This is a boring, pointless clip. Also, they do cut back to her image.
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