Stickers Defining "Woman" Being Treated as "Trans-phobic" Hate-Crime By Police

Stickers Defining “Woman” Being Treated as “Trans-phobic” Hate-Crime By Police

Someone somewhere is leaving stickers with the textbook dictionary definition of “woman” around Oxford. Stickers are also being left that have simple phrases like, “Transgender women are men…and most have penises.” Police are treating the prank as a serious crime and are investigating the matter with detectives to find the culprit.

As you can see above, the stickers make the simple, biologically-accurate statement about women and transgenderism.

However, the Thames Valley Police Department told the public, “Officers are investigating a large number of offensive stickers that have been placed across Oxford city centre containing transphobic comments.”

It is unclear when the United Kingdom became anti-science.

Police captain, Rebecca Nightingale, the investigating officer, said, “Behaviour like this is not acceptable and we take incidents of this nature very seriously.

You can see more of the stickers below.

The sticker on the bottom shows a non-graphic anatomical diagram that says, “Women don’t have these.”

Reportedly hundreds of thousands of stickers have been placed up around Oxford in recent months.

Quick. Call the cops. Biology is being explained.

Male and female, he created them…Genesis 5:2

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