After years of preaching inclusivity and acceptance of those who feel they were born in the wrong body, the left now draws the line with anyone who identifies as “transracial” or feels they were born as the wrong ethnicity.
British-born K-Pop fan Oli London made headlines last week when he “came out” on YouTube as Korean. His pronouns are “they/them/Korean/Jimin,” he said.
An obsession with BTS pop star Jimin prompted London to spend an estimated $150,000 on 18 surgeries since 2013 to more closely resemble the Korean singer. His latest surgeries, which he debuted on YouTube this weekend, included brow and temple lifts to make his eyes appear Asian. London, who also identifies as non-binary, took to Instagram on Thursday to explain his decision.
“Yes I identify as Korean. Yes I’m non-binary. Yes I look like Jimin,” London wrote. “But none of this should be a reason to outcast me from society, to dehumanise me and shame me for being who I am, a non-binary Korean person. I will never stop being the person I was born to be!”
You’d think London would be widely supported by the base who praises self-made identity. But despite London’s support for transgenderism, the LGBTQ community retaliated against him, attacking London’s statement and calling him racist… all because he wasn’t born Korean.
It was only a matter of time before the relentless promotion of self-identification as truth blew up in the left’s face.
Paper Magazine called London “a notable example of the Western fetishization that’s objectified us based on South Korea’s recent contributions to global culture,” citing “members of the LGBTQIA+ community” who “were also not too happy about Oli’s announcement.” The New York Post refused to use London’s preferred Korean identification, opting instead to call him a “British born white influencer.”
The left has been pushing identity ideology for some time — and now, they’re seeing the effects of it. By trans logic, London’s so-called transition has no faults. He felt uncomfortable in his body and decided to identify as something different.
In his own words: “Being transsexual is the same as being
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