Left-wing leader puzzled when asked if women can have penises

The left-wing leader of Britain’s Labor Party was puzzled after being asked whether or not women can have penises.

The question of whether or not women can have penises left Britain’s left-wing Labor Party leader Keir Starmer puzzled during a radio interview on Monday.

Starmer has already come under heavy criticism from some self-proclaimed feminists for her stance on transgender issues, with famed novelist JK Rowling previously denouncing the Labor leader after she insisted that “trans women are women”.

Things have since taken a bizarre turn, with the leftist politician left to stutter after being asked if a woman can have a penis during an interview with LBC.

“So a woman can have a penis?” radio presenter Nick Ferrari asked the Labor leader on Monday morning.

The question did not receive a definitive answer from the Starmer, with the politician instead stuttering before saying that it was very difficult to have a reasonable conversation on the matter.

“Ah, Nick…I’m not…” Starmer began. “I-I don’t think we can have this debate with – you know…”

Ferrari then stepped in to ask if he had offended the elected MP for Holborn and St Pancras, to which the manager emphatically replied that he had not.

“No no no it’s just-” he replied. “No, no, I…I don’t…I don’t think that, uh, discussing this matter in this way helps anyone in the long run.” »

While Starmer has often been the butt of questions about trans issues in the past, he’s far from the only political figure struggling to define what exactly a woman is and whether or not one could have a penis in recent times. weeks.

Chancellor of the Exchequer and Conservative Party member Rishi Sunak – like Starmer – also found himself stuttering when asked to define exactly what a woman is during an interview last week.

“I thought the Prime Minister answered that question brilliantly during Prime Minister’s Question Period… I agree with him completely,” Sunak said, apparently trying to sidestep the question.

However, this method of evasion quickly failed the Chancellor, who ended up getting caught in a sticky situation when asked to clarify what exactly the Prime Minister’s position was.

“I don’t remember,” the Conservative Party politician told the interviewer, reiterating that he “thought [Johnson] put it very well.

Meanwhile, current U.S. Supreme Court Democratic nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson told the U.S. Senate last week that she was unable to define the term “woman” because she was unqualified. to do it.

“Can I give a definition? No, I can’t,” the Supreme Court nominee said in response to a question about the issue. “Not in this context, I’m not a biologist.”


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