Saturday, April 07, 2018

This Explains A Lot!

Oh wait… back when I was born most women didn’t wear jeans.
By Shane Crocher
April 5, 2018

A controversial botany professor has sparked outrage by claiming that women who wear jeans and shirts give birth to transgender children because they are dressing "like men".

Dr Rajith Kumar, who lectures at the Sree Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit in Kerala, India, made the comments during an “awareness” class for students, reported The Times of India.

"If mothers wear jeans and shirts and dress like men, they will beget children who are transgenders [sic],” Kumar told students.

Kumar also claimed that children with autism and cerebral palsy “are born to parents who are not of good character.”
The professor might be in hot water for his far out theories,
Now he’s facing legal action from the state government in Kerala. Kumar has “not withdrawn his controversial statements so far. The government is mulling initiating legal action against him," said a statement from the Keralan Health Minister K K Shailaja.
Too bad he doesn’t live here in the U.S., he would be a Fox News darling and probably be on every conservative talk show.


  1. Had that been the case with my mother, I guess I'd have derived much less satisfaction wearing her clothes as a child. The fact is, though, that my mother was very stylish and feminine. My attempts to emulate her femininity would be a much more believable theory in explaining my gender identity (one that I gave much consideration in trying to understand myself).

    This is news that is as fake as my boobs, fashioned from rolled-up socks that I used to stuff in my mother's bra. :-)

  2. As usual, assumptions based on incomplete or unsubstantiated data are flawed.I was born in the '40's. I have a picture of myself at about age 2 with my mom and her aunt, taken in L. Both were wearing slacks.