Bethenny Frankel defends anti-transgender comments about pronouns – Hollywood Life

After being invited to make “vile” and “offensive” comments about pronouns and gender identity, Bethenny Frankel defended her remarks and said she was “not at all wrong.”

Bethenny Frankel She said she was “not afraid to cancel” after she was called out for anti-transgender comments on her podcast. The reality TV star, 50, made questionable comments about pronouns and gender identity on the September 23 episode of… Just B with Bethenny Frankel. After the backlash, Bethenny took to Twitter and told her detractors to “come to me.”

On Monday, September 27, she tweeted, “Nominate me for cancellation.” “There are like five more before you take a number.” In a separate tweet in response to a user who called her comments “wrong,” Bethenny wrote, “I was absolutely not wrong. I will be discussing this again this week. Luckily, I have a platform to make clear what the media likes to smear.”

In another tweet, Bethenny bemoaned that “people are afraid to have real conversations” and told people to “come to me”.

The Real Housewives of New York The alum received a backlash after she started her podcast with a discussion about her daughter PRIN, 11, expressed her frustration at having to have a “conscience conversation” with Breen’s teachers at school. “We have to get into the fact that I did Zoom for my daughter’s school and [had] Conversational pronouns with every teacher, every parent, every child,” she said.

“My daughter also says at school that everyone should do it They say their conscience. And my daughter didn’t even know what my daughter was. [She said], ‘I know what I am or what I think, but I have never said it out loud. He did not come to me. So she did not know. The TV personality then told a story from her daughter’s summer camp, stating that transgenderism can be a stage and that transgender children should “go to another camp where there were children in the same situation.”

Bethenny Frankel (Matt Barron/Shutterstock)

“It’s an all-girls camp,” said Bethenny, “and a guy with a penis, known to be a girl, went to camp and was in bed with the girls. And the girls saw her—because she is because she’s a male anatomy but was identified as a woman—so the other girls saw a penis.” She added, “They are both 9 or 10 years old, so obviously the parents weren’t happy…You can’t make every situation fit. Camp didn’t think about it.”

“What happens if the child is not ready to make a decision?” I continued. “A lot of girls in college don’t have a gay stage and then realize they’re not? Maybe they’re going through something, maybe they want attention, maybe they’re going through a bad breakup. What age is someone totally positive about? I’ve heard about situations when [people] cancel this decision. . . Perhaps the mother is not ready for her child to see a rod in a bunk bed and understand that the child knows it is a girl.”

Since then, Twitter users have criticized Bethenny’s comments as “offensive and disgusting” and “vile and transphobic”.

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