What do you get when you build an entire party on feeling victimized?
You get crap like this.
Insufferable feminist Debra Messing celebrated “International Women’s Day” with some vomit-worthy vagina cupcakes.
Can we just not?
Women who don’t have vaginas were INCREDIBLY offended by this picture of vagina cupcakes.
And by that, I mean men. Men were offended. Men who think they’re women.
According to Daily Wire:
Messing, a privileged cis-gendered white woman, was eventually forced into an apology for her transgression.
“Happy International Women’s Day! Powerful, beautiful, and sweet,” the “Will & Grace” actress posted Friday, captioning an image of cupcakes that look like vaginas.
Most of the comments on the post are critical of Messing for apologizing for the photo or for posting the “nasty” photo in the first place. But the limited comments critical of the photo seemed to hold a lot of weight for the actress. Here are some of the comments ridiculing Messing for improper Wokeness:
So when are we gonna stop equating genitalia to gender?
I love you so much debra, but this is suuuuper exclusionary of trans women & that’s not cool!!!
I hope u realise this literally excludes trans women..
Love you Debra. But my anatomy doesn’t define me. Nor does the absence of one define trans women. Just saying.
Just a friendly reminder that body parts do not equate gender. Much love to all women today and everyday. Be fierce!
This is very cool! but lets not erase trans women
Not all women have vulvas…
If I wanted to hear the opinion of every TERF in the world, this comment section would be the perfect place to do so…
Messing issued an apology to her “trans sisters” and stressed that her intent was to counter the “myth” perpetuated by the porn industry that all vulvas are the same.
“I want to apologize to my trans sisters,” she wrote. “This photo was supposed to be light, & sassy. The first thing I thought when I saw this photo was “wow how wonderful. Each one is unique in color and shape and size.”
“The porn industry has perpetuated this myth of what a ‘beautiful’ vagina looks like and as a result there are women who feel shame or insecure about the shape of the vulva,” Messing continued. “I loved that this picture said ‘every single one is beautiful and unique and that’s powerful.’ I did not, however, think ‘but there are innumerable beautiful, unique and powerful women who don’t have a vagina.[‘] And I SHOULD have. And for that I am so so sorry.”
So like… I guess she should have included some Women’s Day penis cupcakes?
Y’all did this to yourselves, folks.