After being asked a series of transphobic questions, one student recently had the perfect response for this controversial interviewer...
Because just imagine asking someone a whole bunch of questions that insult an entire group of people?
Kaitlin Bennet recently hurled insult after insult towards a student...
Now, today in 2021, the LGBTQ+ community is bigger than ever...
via: GettyAnd more and more people are now comfortable coming out as their authentic selves, including those with gender dysphoria.
It is more commonly known as being "transgender."Transgender people often realize that they have gender dysphoria from a very young age, meaning there are lots of children out there feeling confused and, in some cases, neglected.
It is a heartbreaking reality that many trans children face rejection from their families.
via: ShutterstockAccording to the Human Rights Campaign, studies have shown that familial rejection can lead to the LGBTQ+ youth engaging in behaviors and activities that endanger their health, trigger depression, and other mental health issues, and, in some extreme cases, can lead to homelessness and suicide.
Family support is one of the most important things for a child or person coming out as trans...
via: ShutterstockChild welfare expert, Caitlin Ryan, stated that "family acceptance predicts greater self-esteem, social support, and general health status," for LGBTQ+ youth. "It also protects against depression, substance abuse, and suicidal ideation and behaviors - issues for which transgender youth are at disproportionate risk."
But of course, coming out as transgender and beginning the transition is never easy for anyone, regardless of their age.
via: ShutterstockDespite this being what a person desires, the first few steps into transition are difficult and confusing, especially for a child.
Enduring taunting in the school corridors from their peers who are too naive to understand...
via: ShutterstockThe situation is a sad reality for many trans children.
And even as adults, a lot of people continue to fail to understand that their ignorance is damaging for a lot of the LGBTQ+ community...
Kaitlin Bennett is known to be an outspoken social media personality that has some pretty "controversial" views regarding... Well, everything.
If you want a little insight into what the general consensus is, have a look at these Twitter reactions:
my sexuality is watching people publicly humiliate Kaitlin Bennett 🤗— mimi ♡ (@mimi ♡)1609268197.0
@KaitMarieox kaitlin, this is embarrassing bro— ari souf (@ari souf)1609560972.0
@KaitMarieox No one is trying to hold you back. Just go already.— PartyRooster (@PartyRooster)1609475342.0
@whoknew59 @KaitMarieox She runs her mouth a lot .. it is deserved— Natasha Howard 🍑 (@Natasha Howard 🍑)1609425147.0
@KaitMarieox A person that tells the truth for the most part is not a popular person. Keep up the good work.— John Farrell (@John Farrell)1609552601.0
Mitch McConnell, Stu Sternberg, Donald Trump, Trevor Bauer, Aroldis Chapman, Tomi Lahren, Kaitlin Bennett, Kanye We… https://t.co/mvnDxcyr66— liz (@liz)1609346931.0
@LilithLovett It's hilarious when extremist realize normal people aren't concerned with controlling what other people do with their bodies.— 90$babe (@90$babe)1578785596.0
@draugyr @LilithLovett Because she’s mocking trans people with her small small mind. She’s obv against all of it bu… https://t.co/g3NfI7FUfs— Stacey Kelly (@Stacey Kelly)1578835047.0
@boof_clown @LilithLovett She walks around her campus with a rifle https://t.co/rymSC6upC4— 90$babe (@90$babe)1578817701.0
kaitlin bennett being a massive transphobe is so funny to me, like. ma'am maybe you should be less concerned with w… https://t.co/QctY6SmJAm— corvyn (@corvyn)1609391006.0
And in her most recent controversial move, she decided to conduct some interviews with college students to discuss trans rights.
Most of her interviewees schooled her, dismissed her, or walked away...
via: YouTubeHowever, one young, male student had the perfect response to her feeble attempts. Keep scrolling for the full video...
This is how their interview went:
via: YouTubeShe begins by asking about putting urinals in women's bathrooms (something no trans person is advocating for, but okay then) to which he responds: "I don't really care."
Rather than understanding his nonchalant attitude, Bennett carried on with her ranting.
via: YouTubeShe insisted he tell her "whether we should or shouldn't" and he repeats himself, saying: "I mean, I don't really care."
And if things couldn't get any better:
via: YouTubeShe askes: "OK but what about tampons and pads in men's restrooms?" He replies: "Why does it matter? I don't care. It's just sitting there. I'm not going to take it."
You would think she'd get the hint by now and move on but right-wingers have a slight issue with understanding when they're not wanted...
via: YouTubeShe pries further. She goes on to ask what men could possibly need period products for, and of course, he has yet another iconic answer replying: "That's his problem."
By now, Bennett is annoyed but still persistent saying men that "are bleeding from their penises" should "seek medical help."
via: YouTubeAnd he replies with: "I don't care. Why should I care? The only thing I care about is people's rights."
Exactly. Why should someone else's gender/sexuality/private parts/anything private be of anyone else's concern?
via: YouTubeAnd as a privileged cis white man, this student had the correct answers, it should not and does not concern him. And neither should it concern Bennett.