“Woke” cancel culture has become a plague on society.
Saying the wrong thing could be the end of a career.
Now Adele just angered the cancel mob with six words.
Pop diva Adele caused a stir after giving a speech at an awards show.
At the Brit Awards, Adele took home the award for Artist of the Year.
In years past, there had been a separate award for male and female artists, but the categories were merged to create one non-gender category.
During her acceptance speech Adele said, “I really love being a woman,” which set off a fire for radical transgender activists.
From The New York Post:
“I understand why the name of this award has changed but I really love being a woman and being a female artist. I do!” she said to huge cheers.
“I’m really proud of us, I really, really am,” she said.
Despite support from the audience in London’s huge O2 Arena, her comments quickly sparked outrage online — making her the latest high-profile figure accused of being a TERF, or trans-exclusionary radical feminist.
TERF is a derogatory term used by far-left transgender activists to bash feminists who hold the traditional view that men cannot become women and vice versa.
This was biology that everyone accepted five minutes ago, but it’s become taboo to say in today’s “woke” culture.
Progressive author JK Rowling has been attacked mercilessly by transgender extremists and craven liberals who go along with the “woke” crowd.
She’s received death threats, and she was left out of a Harry Potter 20th anniversary celebration because of her “controversial” views.
Radical transgender activists are already whispering that Adele is “Team TERF.”
Who’d have thought #Adele was a transphobe and would use her platform to call for the destruction of the trans community. Especially the confused teenagers.
— Puumph! (@puumph) February 9, 2022
Other people defended Adele for simply upholding biological reality.
A decade ago, if someone had said a woman would criticized for the thought-crime of saying she liked being a woman, I would have laughed at such a ludicrous suggestion.
Now it is happening, I don’t know whether to cry or scream.
Congratulations #Adele, and thank you.
— Jane Symons (@JaneSymons1) February 9, 2022
Rowling and comic Dave Chappelle showed that even entertainment megastars can be dragged through the mud if they question the new “woke” orthodoxy around radical transgenderism.