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Woman Banned from Pub for Shirt Defining “Woman”

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Here’s something different. A woman was recently kicked out of a bar for wearing a t-shirt defining a “woman” as an “adult human female.” They said it was discriminatory.

Here’s something weird. Did you know that many pesticides target the ability of the pest to reproduce? Sometimes they just kill the incest’s dirty bits so they can’t bump rumps. But sometimes the pesticides actually fool with the mental aspect of the creature’s reproductivity. That’s what’s happening to bees right now. Their little bee brains are getting so jammed up with evil poison that they can’t perform reproductive activities.

Did you ever wonder that this might be what’s happening to the west? Testosterone levels are 40% below normal. People are exposed to all manner of enervating substances and conditions that make us sicker, weaker, dumber, and less likely to procreate. We are indoctrinated on a daily basis to try to get us to abandon the family structure. Men are told they should be more feminine. Women are told they should be more masculine. We’re told non-reproductive sex is a human right and that abortion is just a medical procedure.

Doesn’t it seem like we’re facing a broad spectrum population control program? Do you feel like a frog in a sauce pot?

Anyway, so this British woman gets kicked out of a bar for wearing a shirt that says “’Woman’: noun; an adult human female.”

Does the left believe it can outlaw truth?

Here’s The Liberty Hound with more.

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