Megyn Kelly Rips Into Trans And Gender Push: ‘There Is No Safe Space Now For Girls’
Whether it be biological men in women’s sports, or the gender craze phenomenon plaguing public school systems across the nation, girls – especially young ones – are being unfairly harmed most.
During her Sirius XM podcast on Tuesday, Megyn Kelly weighed in to drive this point home by saying “there is no safe space now for girls.”
Kelly spoke with two former beauty queen pageant winners and moms during the segment. Both women, named Britt Mayer and Carrie Prejean, have become vocal about “the war” being waged on women and girls amid the trans and gender identity push.
The story the three referenced in the segment came out of San Diego County where 17-year-old Rebecca Phillips spoke out against her local YMCA.
Phillips was “terrified” when going to change because she saw a fully naked adult male in the women’s locker room.
Shocking? Not really. Because in California “the law requires them to let any person use the locker room or bathroom that aligns with their chosen gender identity,” Kelly noted.
Upon discussion, Kelly questioned if respecting trans people means giving up private spaces, such as a YMCA locker room, for “actual women.”
“[We] are realizing that words are the guard rails of society,” Mayer said of the story.
“And when you start shifting words and tear down meanings,” she explained. “You recreate society … this is a war on women, on girls. And really on societal order.”
Following the incident, the San Diego County YMCA said it would review its “locker room floor plans.”
As Kelly put it: biological women will likely get “bounced. Because they know the trans person will sue them …”
The three then went on to discuss the American Girl doll company publishing a book that tells young girls they can change their gender.
“There is no safe space now for girls,” Kelly said.
“The little girls…they can’t go to school without having ‘Drag Queen Story Hour’ shoved down their … that’s one. They can’t go to American Girl Doll without getting this foisted upon them,” she added.
“They can’t go to the YMCA for a little recreation without walking by a naked male penis while trying to change out of their bathing suit,” Kelly concluded.
“Y’s open locker room policy is in effect in 26 states,” not just California, Mayer would note. Implying this craziness is virtually everywhere in America.
Case and point: The girls are not safe.
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