Nitwits and Ditzes and Nuts, Oh My! And Right Here Among Us!


If you doubt that there are nitwits and ditzes and nuts among us, and even that some of these imbeciles achieve positions of prominence, fame and great wealth, then read this: “Charlize Theron: My Seven-Year-Old Son Is Really A Girl.”

How does our beautiful, but air-headed ditz, Charlize know this astonishing thing?

Well:

Yes, I thought she was a boy, too,” Charlize recently told The Daily Mail. “Until she looked at me when she was three years old and said: ‘I am not a boy!

Well, there you go! That should put it to rest right there! When “she” was three years old, “she” just knew that, despite those pesky dangling boy parts, “she” was not a boy! And Charlize Theron just said, “Ok.”

And, of course, Charlize has enough money to get those pesky parts (the Red Sox fan in me wants to call it: “the Pesky Pole.”) uhhhh… trimmed back a bit.

Charlize doesn’t mention whether or not she quizzed her newly-minted “daughter”  on which of the 70-odd other “genders” “she’s” apparently able to be just by saying it’s so, before presuming that “he’s” actually a “she.” (and not a s/he, t, u, v, w, x, y or zhe)

Shame on you, Charlize! Some might suggest that it’s child abuse to neglect to find out precisely which gender your little 3-year old he/she/it might be, rather than presuming, that is, that “she’s” a girl!

Tsk tsk. A real woke Hollywood denizen wouldn’t have neglected to do that.

So, since her one-time son, now her daughter, was able to know advanced biologico-anatomical truths at the tender age of three, why, I wonder, didn’t Charlize get some stock tips from this little genius? Or some acting tips?

Or, even better, she should have asked for a few dozen IQ points, since blonde bombshell Charlize has plainly lost an intellectual step or ten in recent times. Surely the moppet had some extras to spare.

Later in the above-linked piece, our open-minded Charlize graciously passes on to us some advanced parenting tips, woke-style:

My job as a parent is to celebrate them [Editor’s note: Charlize has another, real, daughter as well.] and to love them and to make sure that they have everything they need in order to be what they want to be,” she said. “And I will do everything in my power for my kids to have that right and to be protected within that.

And:

She revealed “that she has been raising her adopted seven-year-old son as a girl since he was just age three, allowing him to wear dresses and frequently referring to him as ‘she.'”

Poor kid. Usually, when a kid gets adopted, we think he’s won life’s lottery. In this case, though, and admittedly without knowing anything else about the rest of the child’s circumstances, he appears to have gone from the frying pan of the orphanage to the fire of a moronic/freakin’ crazy adoptive mother.

Who knows which of those circumstances will injure the lad the most in the future!


I feel kind of bad for Charlize. Apparently she grew up with an abusive drunk of a father, and her mother shot him dead when he came home drunk one night.

However, let’s face it, that backstory is, conveniently, the backstory that will get you the most sympathy and points in Hollywood today. So, is it true? Who knows? It comes from someone who thinks that a three-year old has sufficient… whatever, to declare himself a girl one day… and to be right.

Still, the bottom line is that no matter the difficulty of anyone’s upbringing, he or she has no right to impose the scars from it on innocent children. How should one go about preventing that in the case of someone like Charlize Theron?

I have some thoughts on the matter, but the one that comes most quickly to mind is fairly basic: It shouldn’t be too, too difficult to realize that there’s nothing remotely definitive in a three year-old boy’s declaration that he’s not a boy.

Charlize Theron is a beautiful woman, but there’s plainly not a whole lot that’s worth a damn going on between those lovely ears.

— xPraetorius

 

 

 

 

 

 

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