Click For Photo: https://media.breitbart.com/media/2019/05/transgender-rights-lgbtq-file-march-getty-640x335.jpghttps://twitter.com/MikeQReports/status/1128274239402934273
Snapchat’s new gender-changing filter that allows people to view themselves as the opposite sex has offended some members of the transgender community, who argue that their struggle with transitioning is being downplayed by the filter, as it allows users to swap-genders for their own amusement.
“My gender is not a costume,” said a thirty-one-year old transgender woman from New York, Bailey Coffman, according to a recent report by ABC News. Coffman’s remark suggests the notion that people who identify with their biological sex should not be using the Snapchat filter for their own personal entertainment.
Argument - Variation - Culture - Costume - Phrase
The argument stems from a variation of the popular “my culture is not your costume” phrase, which was derived from individuals seeking to accuse people — who are simply going about their lives — of “appropriating” aspects of a culture that is not their own, according to the accuser’s subjective worldview.
What started as a seemingly contrived...
Wake Up To Breaking News!