“No one is more hated than he who speaks the truth.” – Plato
This edition of Sissy Watch USA is brought to you by Apple Corporation and its CEO Timothy Donald Cook. It appears Mr. Cook and his team have decided that men can get pregnant and in order to get ahead of the pregnant man curve they have produced a pregnant man emoji. But of course Tim is a sissy him/her/itself.
You may want to reconsider getting your sons or daughters any Apple products for their birthdays, e.g. an iPhone.
WARNING: Tim is after your kids.
Gender and Computer Code is Binary
You would think that the people at Apple who spend a lot of time coding for Apple products would understand that gender, like computer code, is binary. Wouldn’t you?
This new pregnant man emoji fits in perfectly with the notion that gender is non-binary, even though every Apple product uses binary code. Strange wouldn’t you think?
Of course it would take a woman to point out that this is not only biologically impossible it is absurd. As U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) notes, “Men still can’t get pregnant.”
Men still can’t get pregnant. pic.twitter.com/PjZjPvl6d6
— Sen. Marsha Blackburn (@MarshaBlackburn) January 29, 2022
We are learning that what the government has told us about Covid, the vaccines and the negative effects of getting jabbed is “disinformation” and many social media sites censor those who point out otherwise. But isn’t Apple and the gay/bisexual/sodomite/non-binary community pushing disinformation about the negative effects of their lifestyles?
Disinformation is rampant today. Watch how Tucker Carlson deals with Apple’s pregnant man emoji:
In the real world, men can very easily get pregnant if they don’t take proper precautions. Watch out, guys. It could happen to you. Apple’s new iPhone update includes a reminder of this: a pregnant man emoji. pic.twitter.com/2oyl8BW1aZ
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) January 29, 2022
Here’s the scientifically absurd notion that this pregnant man emoji has brought to the forefront.
Apple is rolling out a pregnant man emoji – but Joe Rogan is labeled anti-science misinformation for allowing doctors to speak.
— 🇺🇸 From the Desk of Kat 🍊🇺🇸 (@KittyKatStaxx00) January 29, 2022
The Bottom Line
With the new IOS 15.4 update, there will new emojis available on Apple iPhones. Among them will be a “pregnant man” and “pregnant person” emojis.
The myth of a pregnant man began in 2008 when Thomas Trace Beatie became world-famous for being the first “pregnant man” in history, giving birth to a girl naturally. But Thomas Trace Beatie was biologically a female. According to The History of Yesterday,
Thomas Trace Beatie was born in 1974. He was assigned female at birth, that is why his name is also Trace.
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As Beatie reached her teenage years, he started realizing that being a woman didn’t feel right. That is why in 2002 Thomas had sex-reassignment surgery and legally changed his gender from female to male.
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This surgery was a bit more special as Beatie decided to keep his female reproductive organs as he always wanted to bear a child as his wife at the time Nancy wasn’t able to. With a testosterone level still low allowing a pregnancy to occur, all that was left to do is find a sperm donor suitable for the couple.
Tim Cook is part and parcel of the “cancel culture” and “culture war” being waged against the truth and our children. Apple has the perfect tools to push their agenda because you wear their products on your wrists, i.e. Apple watch, and keep you keep your iPhone in your back pocket, if your a male, or in your purse if you are a female, or purse carrying sissy who believes in the non-binary tripe.
George Orwell, in his dystopian novel
“Power is in tearing human minds to pieces and putting them together again in new shapes of your own choosing.”
Tim Cook is tearing apart our children’s minds and putting them back together to push his gay agenda.
So, there you have it.
Apple’s mythological pregnant man emoji and Sissy Watch USA’s second star Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, Inc.
BTW: Apple is also into the unrealistic myth of carbon neutrality.
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