Outsports journalist, sports fan and transgender athlete Karleigh Webb has peeked into the so-called "playbook" used by trans-phobes and cracked their so-called "code." It's the code they use to make bigotry look reasonable. The so-called "playbook" can be characterized as five tactics used by groups and individuals who have always maintained an anti-LGBTQ position, Webb maintains.



Trans woman Jessica Yaniv’s vendetta against biology rolls on this week as the indignant biological male turns her sights from suing migrant spa workers who refused to wax her male genitals to calling out the legality of Canadian gynecologists' refusal to examine her penis. Don’t they know she identifies as a woman?



It seems that legendary Star Wars actor Billy Dee Williams has taken his campy 80s playboy/swinger image and updated it for modern audiences. The man most famous for his role as Lando Calrissian disclosed to Esquire that he’s got a new sexual orientation: gender-fluid.



It is known that immigration advocacy is the cornerstone of Univision’s “Agenda Latina,” the first issue among many others for which the network advocates. Transgenderism is also one such issue, and the network is not above inserting its agenda into its coverage by any means necessary.



The keyboard warriors have returned for Ricky Gervais’ soul this week on account of him being a politically incorrect mischief maker. The British comedian and creator of The Office is still reaping the woke hatred from criticizing trans activist Jessica Yaniv on Twitter, with Indiewire’s Libby Hill outraged over the fact that he still gets to host the upcoming Golden Globes.



So far, Fox’s Empire has been spending its final season criticizing pro-lifers, supporting abortion, and mocking Christians. With only three episodes to go, the series somehow managed to also squeeze in a transgender storyline to boot. I guess there’s always room for a little more liberal pandering.



Adding to the recent wave of tv series revivals, Showtime’s lesbian drama The L Word is returning to the network. The reboot nobody wanted, titled The L Word: Generation Q, will premiere December 8 and this time, they plan to be so horrifically disgusting, they’ll have you seeing red — literally.



Last week, South Park aired a classic episode that skewered the trans athlete phenomenon. But IndieWire author Jude Dry, whose pronouns are listed on Twitter as “they/them/theirs,” was not amused. Dry's IndieWire article this Wednesday hilariously claimed the episode “provoked an immediate and universal backlash,” (only if backlash means laughter).



This week, Chick-fil-A, the immensely popular Christian-owned chicken sandwich giant, caved to the cultural left. For years, the left targeted Chick-fil-A, dating back to the 2012 revelation that Chairman and CEO Dan Cathy supports traditional marriage — and, horror of horrors, that charities given donations by Chick-fil-A support traditional marriage. This prompted paroxysms of outrage in the media, who quickly demanded that Chick-fil-A tow the Democratic Party line, despite the fact that then-President Barack Obama did not officially endorse same-sex marriage until May 2012.



One of the world’s most famous and reliable institutions of good will is feeling left out in the cold in the days since Chick-fil-A decided to terminate its donations to the Christian charity service, the Salvation Army, in order to find recipients less “anti-LGBTQ.” The organization spoke for all of us Christian conservatives when they claimed to be “saddened” by the move, which was surprising after years of Chick-fil-A standing by its proud Christian allies.



Hey, um, not that the ACLU hasn’t been a serious organization or anything, but their recent Twitter activity makes one wonder if its social media influencers are one card short of a full deck. On Tuesday November 19, the American Civil Liberties Union fully committed to disastrous social justice dogma by tweeting that “men who get periods are men.”



The fact that once-proud Christian establishment Chick-fil-A has just been scared off from donating to its Christian allies by the leftist mob feels like a betrayal and the end of an era. For the past seven years, the chain has championed conservative Christians and their values and now, by ditching their donations to Christian charities to appease a vocal 4 percent of the population, it’s clear they care more about their PC image than the Christians who stuck by them through thick and thin.