Arkansas State Senator Gets Down to Brass Tacks at Hearing on Bill to Ban Sex Changes For Children

Chris Menahan
Feb. 15, 2023

During a hearing on banning sex changes for children, Arkansas State senator Matt McKee, asked a "transgender woman" if "she" has a penis.

"You said that you're a trans-woman?" Sen. McKee asked.

"A transwoman, yes sir," pharmacist and child sex change advocate "Gwendolyn" Herzig responded.

"Do you have a penis?" McKee said.

Herzig was left thunderstruck as his supporters sitting behind him could be heard audibly gasping.

"That's horrible!" Herzig eventually responded.

"You're the one that brought that into the discussion," McKee countered.

Herzig told NBC News after the incident, "It was probably the most publicly humiliating thing I've ever gone through."

How humiliating is it to cut your dick off as a child?

"The legislation, S.B. 199, introduced in the Arkansas Senate this month, would prohibit physicians in the state from providing most types of gender-affirming care to minors, including prescribing puberty blockers or hormone replacement therapy, or from performing transition-related surgeries," NBC News reports.

"It would also allow anyone in the state who has received gender-affirming care as a minor to file a malpractice lawsuit against physicians for up to 30 years after they turn 18."

Kudos to Sen. McKee for pushing back against these sickos.

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