Singer Macy Gray shared her views on transgenderism on “Piers Morgan Uncensored.”
During Monday’s interview, Morgan asked Gray what she thinks a woman is and she responded, “I’d say a human being with boobs. How about you start there? And a vagina!”
Gray went on to say that the whole “he/she thing” is getting “confusing”
“I will say this and everybody’s gonna hate me but — as a woman — just because you go change your parts, it doesn’t make you a woman, sorry. I know that for a fact,” she told Morgan.
Three percent of transgender people experience regret after transitioning but “may not detransition,” according to GenderGP.
“GenderGP is an online health and wellbeing clinic which proudly serves transgender people of all ages across the world – and those who support them,” according to their website.
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Helena Kerschner, from Ohio, is a biological female and said that she first felt gender dysphoria at the age of 14. She was led to transition after seeing transgender activist content on Tumblr, according to the New York Post.
“I was going through a period where I was just really isolated at school, so I turned to the Internet. My dysphoria was definitely triggered by this online community. I never thought about my gender or had a problem with being a girl before going on Tumblr,” Kerschner said.
Continuing, she said, “The community was very social justice-y. There was a lot of negativity around being a cis, heterosexual, white girl, and I took those messages really, really personally.”
Kerschner underwent a double mastectomy at the age of 15 but realized she made a “mistake” by 16 years old, per the Post.
In the Bible, it says in Genesis 5:2, “Male and female He created them, and He blessed them and named them Man when they were created.”
“A woman goes through a completely unique experience and surgery and finding yourself doesn’t change that. Being a little girl is a whole epic book, you know? You can’t have that just because you want to be a woman,” Gray said.
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