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From the Daily Mail:

Eddie Izzard struggles to find romance as a trans woman

By RICHARD EDEN FOR THE DAILY MAIL

PUBLISHED: 17:04 EDT, 6 September 2022

Eddie Izzard announced in 2020 that she wanted ‘to be based in girl mode from now on’ and should be referred to using the pronouns ‘she’ and ‘her’.

Now, the comedian admits that finding love is a struggle.

‘I would like to start dating, but it’s complicated with me being a trans woman,’ Izzard tells me at a red carpet event at London’s BFI IMAX Waterloo.

Eddie Izzard announced in 2020 that she wanted ‘to be based in girl mode from now on’ and should be referred to using the pronouns ‘she’ and ‘her’

‘It’s going to have to be a very confident and strong-minded woman who has a relationship with me.’

You can tell that Eddie Izzard was always a girl on the inside from her choice of topics to joke about. Who can forget such classic Izzard jokes as,”My apartment is so small that it’s making me look fat,” “I’m going to have to dump my new boyfriend because my cat hates him,” and “My mother thinks I should have married that osteopath, but I’m holding out for a real doctor”?

Seriously, although I can’t remember jokes for more than 15 seconds, my impression is that Izzard is just about the least feminine comic imaginable. He’s actually world-class at making up jokes about topics like what Franco said to Mussolini about Hitler, that time at the Congress of Vienna when the Czar challenged Metternich to a duel, and how weirded out the Roman legionnaires must have been at the Battle of Cannae when Hannibal lured them into history’s first double envelopment and then charged them from the flanks with his war elephants: “War elephants! Where’d Hannibal’s elephants come from? Did he march them over the Alps???”

[Note, I’m making these up. Izzard is much better at jokes than I am. But my impression of “her” jokes captures their manly flavor pretty well.]

When you point out that famous ex-men tend to have extremely masculine minds, the conventional wisdom’s response is that it’s all a giant hoax by extremely feminine minds pretending they have masculine interests.

My response is that it’s actually rather hard to become rich and famous, so that people who do tend to be more or less be people with the interests they attest to. For example, if Eddie Izzard is actually a woman, she’d have to have a stratospheric IQ to pull off such a complex hoax.

Occam’s Razor suggests that Izzard is actually a man with an impressive but not outlandish IQ with a transvestite fetish.

 
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  1. Poor Eddie.
    He bravely came out as a transvestite , little aware that just a couple of years later you had to be a transsexual not a transvestite to get the victim points.

    • Replies: @R.G. Camara
    @Steven Carr

    Agreed.

    I get the impression Izzard is like Steve Martin or Eddie Murphy: someone who didn't dream of being a stand-up comedian, nor did they love it, but who used that stand-up comedy to get noticed and into acting.

    Izzard's transvestism seems to be genuine, as he's never been in drag and isn't feminine in appearance or look (Izzard is quite ugly), and he does have a good act. Izzard, however, used his latent transvestism as a gimmick to get vault himself over hoards of other fame-hungry comedians who had good acts. "Come see the ugly straight male comedian in drag who doesn't do drag humor!"

    Unfortunately for Izzard, he hasn't hit Martin/Murphy levels of Hollywood acting fame; Izzard tried a few American TV series gigs that were little seen, so he went back to the UK and has been a semi-staple in British TV and movies, where he always dresses as a man and portrays men, and hasn't been acclaimed or had a big hit.

    As a result, Izzard's found that he needs to up his game and pretend he's a real girl inside in order to stay famous. Perhaps being addicted to fame has warped his mind such that he's starting to believe the hype. But unlike the other "ex-men" crazies, Izzard didn't grow up being an uber-alpha male trying to win at everything; he was from a home where his mother died when he was a toddler and never knew her, but he had a decent dad who raised him, and he seems to have drifted into comedy as a fame technique after a failed idea of joining the UK military.

    In other words, it seems that unless he's on a super amount of steroids now, this is all just a weak, fame-hungry man's attempt to stay in the limelight by saying things he doesn't believe.

    , @Joe S.Walker
    @Steven Carr

    He's been making a song and dance about the crossdressing for decades. I've always thought he was one of the very worst of the "alternative comedy" gang, whose obnoxious influence on British media since the Eighties really needs a full-length expose.

  2. I miss the 2000s when trannies weren’t the daily topic of discussion.

    • Agree: R.G. Camara, Dnought
    • LOL: AnotherDad
  3. Eddie Izzard is getting old. It also had had more of a career in the UK, correct? So its IQ is a little above average on the verbal side. This ex man doesn’t actually have the kind of brain real Sailer was talking about. Are you Epstein or Sullivan posting as Sailer?

  4. Classic Eddie izzard jokes are about a bloke wearing a lot of makeup trying to get into the army.

    He made no secret of defining himself as a bloke in women’s clothes

    • Agree: R.G. Camara
  5. I have no idea who is Eddie (L)Izzard nor why should we care about this idiot. Impressive IQ, LOL.

    There are no “transgenders”. There are only people pretending to be women, just to confuse everyone.

    Notice that he doesn’t even pretend to be into men, he still wants a woman, and he certainly didn’t cut off his balls.

    This is all a scam, none of these people really believe that they are “women”, and I doubt that he even has a transvestite fetish – it is all about the power of making you believe things that aren’t real.

    This is being pushed from above. It’s not natural nor spontaneous.

  6. So this is a man who thinks he’s a woman. And may be taking hormones, lost his whiskers and might have had some surgery?

    And now he wants to start dating. Dating what, men? Women? And he can’t find anyone who finds him appealing? Well too bad. The world is full of people who can’t get a date. Or a short humdrum hook up.

    “ Dating, date”. He must be about 45, 50 at least. Dating, date is an obsolete term, like courting or walking out. Young people today hang out in groups and pick someone to be with. Even proms and high school dances kids don’t go as couples anymore.

    I might be wrong. But I think men need sex more than women do. Especially after 40. So when a man disguised as a hulking weird looking woman comes on to another man, the man decline the offer. And the trans gets all frustrated and blames society because no one wants him.

    What entitlement not only should his health plan or Medi caid pay for his hormones surgery and adam’s apple scrapping; someone should pay for his sex life too.

  7. @Steven Carr
    Poor Eddie.
    He bravely came out as a transvestite , little aware that just a couple of years later you had to be a transsexual not a transvestite to get the victim points.

    Replies: @R.G. Camara, @Joe S.Walker

    Agreed.

    I get the impression Izzard is like Steve Martin or Eddie Murphy: someone who didn’t dream of being a stand-up comedian, nor did they love it, but who used that stand-up comedy to get noticed and into acting.

    Izzard’s transvestism seems to be genuine, as he’s never been in drag and isn’t feminine in appearance or look (Izzard is quite ugly), and he does have a good act. Izzard, however, used his latent transvestism as a gimmick to get vault himself over hoards of other fame-hungry comedians who had good acts. “Come see the ugly straight male comedian in drag who doesn’t do drag humor!”

    Unfortunately for Izzard, he hasn’t hit Martin/Murphy levels of Hollywood acting fame; Izzard tried a few American TV series gigs that were little seen, so he went back to the UK and has been a semi-staple in British TV and movies, where he always dresses as a man and portrays men, and hasn’t been acclaimed or had a big hit.

    As a result, Izzard’s found that he needs to up his game and pretend he’s a real girl inside in order to stay famous. Perhaps being addicted to fame has warped his mind such that he’s starting to believe the hype. But unlike the other “ex-men” crazies, Izzard didn’t grow up being an uber-alpha male trying to win at everything; he was from a home where his mother died when he was a toddler and never knew her, but he had a decent dad who raised him, and he seems to have drifted into comedy as a fame technique after a failed idea of joining the UK military.

    In other words, it seems that unless he’s on a super amount of steroids now, this is all just a weak, fame-hungry man’s attempt to stay in the limelight by saying things he doesn’t believe.

  8. The actual headline should read, “Eddie Izzard Struggles to Find Romance as an Oldster.” Waited too long, Eddie — this is what happens to women who put their careers first, you know.

    I don’t know Izzard’s work, but if he is actually funny, then that proves prima facie that he isn’t really a woman.

    • LOL: Tracy
    • Replies: @fish
    @The Germ Theory of Disease

    I LOL’ed!

  9. It’s strange how these trans-ists want to artificially complexify their existences. It would be simpler for a straight man to exist as a straight man than to proclaim the delusion that he’s really a lesbian trapped in a straight man’s body. One must lack real complexity and real problems in one’s life to have the luxury of inventing this existential Mobius strip.

    But I guess that’s the point of transhumanism in general, to pretend one’s self-perceived boring existence is really multifarious and exotic. That’s assuming it’s not just a conscious scam, which I’m sure it often is.

  10. He’s English, famous, fat, and elderly. Being trans isn’t the problem. If anything, a connection to carelessly promiscuous homosexuals is his best bet.

  11. Eddie Izzard announced in 2020 that [he] wanted ‘to be based in girl mode from now on’ and should be referred to using the pronouns ‘she’ and ‘her’

    Not sure where the period went (I guess they don’t get them) but this introduces a new meaning for the fatuous and annoying “based out of” class marker.

  12. The night before the Brexit vote (or very close to it) Izzard turned up on the BBC , in a pink beret and a dress, telling the public to vote remain. he looked so ridiculous, I think he did more harm to the remain side than good. Farage must be a fan

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @(((They))) Live

    He's had a spat with Farage on TV, Izzard spouting the usual clichés in support of immigration.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECDrYfNvj_o&t=195s

  13. @Steven Carr
    Poor Eddie.
    He bravely came out as a transvestite , little aware that just a couple of years later you had to be a transsexual not a transvestite to get the victim points.

    Replies: @R.G. Camara, @Joe S.Walker

    He’s been making a song and dance about the crossdressing for decades. I’ve always thought he was one of the very worst of the “alternative comedy” gang, whose obnoxious influence on British media since the Eighties really needs a full-length expose.

  14. Back in 2019 when Joe Rogan could still call Eddie Izzard a “funny guy”, Izzard discussed running 43 marathons in 51 days! Including a double marathon in South Africa where he needed constant armed escort on the run and had to ride in police caravans on certain portions of the route to avoid being kidnapped. All incredibly feminine things to do. The whole episode is an inspiring listen.

  15. Occam’s Razor suggests that Izzard is actually a man with an impressive but not outlandish IQ with a transvestite fetish.

    Also a far leftist.

    Something in his eyes suggests that he would make an efficient, and vicious, concentration camp commandant.

    Here an article from 2016 refers to him as a cross-dressing comedian, he is far more sinister:

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1724496/man-charged-with-stealing-eddie-izzards-bright-pink-beret-at-pro-eu-rally/

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @Gordo

    The cap theft has a surreal flavour to it.


    Police have confirmed that David Czerwonko, 26, of Clitherow Road, Brentwood has been charged with theft.
     
    The police waited for Izzard to finish his speech, then put his cap into an evidence bag to take to court. What the hell is going on there? Normally, in London nowadays, the cops would barely give you the time of day if you had your life savings stolen at knifepoint.

    Replies: @kaganovitch

  16. He peaked in the early 2000s. He was more fun before he jumped on the SJW bandwagon.

  17. @(((They))) Live
    The night before the Brexit vote (or very close to it) Izzard turned up on the BBC , in a pink beret and a dress, telling the public to vote remain. he looked so ridiculous, I think he did more harm to the remain side than good. Farage must be a fan

    Replies: @Rob McX

    He’s had a spat with Farage on TV, Izzard spouting the usual clichés in support of immigration.

  18. @Gordo

    Occam’s Razor suggests that Izzard is actually a man with an impressive but not outlandish IQ with a transvestite fetish.
     
    Also a far leftist.

    Something in his eyes suggests that he would make an efficient, and vicious, concentration camp commandant.

    Here an article from 2016 refers to him as a cross-dressing comedian, he is far more sinister:

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1724496/man-charged-with-stealing-eddie-izzards-bright-pink-beret-at-pro-eu-rally/

    Replies: @Rob McX

    The cap theft has a surreal flavour to it.

    Police have confirmed that David Czerwonko, 26, of Clitherow Road, Brentwood has been charged with theft.

    The police waited for Izzard to finish his speech, then put his cap into an evidence bag to take to court. What the hell is going on there? Normally, in London nowadays, the cops would barely give you the time of day if you had your life savings stolen at knifepoint.

    • Replies: @kaganovitch
    @Rob McX

    The police waited for Izzard to finish his speech, then put his cap into an evidence bag to take to court. What the hell is going on there? Normally, in London nowadays, the cops would barely give you the time of day if you had your life savings stolen at knifepoint.

    As the Good Book says (Psalms 105) "Touch not mine anointed"

  19. To American audience: “….because of your debt of honor to General Lafayette. [beat] You don’t know who that is, do you!”

    I remember that one. Funny because it was true.

  20. Maybe Izzard needs fashion tips from Tim Curry:

  21. What pisses me off about this Izzard guy is that I think he only converted to Transism for the jokes! That doesn’t offend me so much as a birth-gendered fellow, so much as it offends me as a comedian.*

    .

    * Yeah, I stole that joke too, but we all do this …

  22. Note, I’m making these up. Izzard is much better at jokes than I am.

    I totally agree and I don’t even know any of Izzard’s jokes.

  23. Would have been better off just continuing to present as a dude who liked cross dressing. Thing about transitioning is most people are straight, so if you’re in Izzard’s position lesbians won’t want you because they see you as male and straight women won’t want you because you no longer look masculine. (Obviating the huge boost he gets from fame-before this he probably could have landed a few kinky straight women.)

    • Replies: @Alec Leamas (working from home)
    @SFG


    Would have been better off just continuing to present as a dude who liked cross dressing. Thing about transitioning is most people are straight, so if you’re in Izzard’s position lesbians won’t want you because they see you as male and straight women won’t want you because you no longer look masculine. (Obviating the huge boost he gets from fame-before this he probably could have landed a few kinky straight women.)
     
    Perhaps but this seems to be a fetish which is obsessive - he probably can't get all that excited unless he's able to project the fantasy that he's a hot lesbian engaging in hot lesbian sex onto a sexual encounter. The ubiquity of online lesbian porn has probably super-charged this, tipping men with a manageable fetish for lingerie, pantyhose, and women's high heeled shoes who otherwise would have remained straight unmutilated men fully over into the "transition" phase. The fetish begets alphabet advocacy, and the social acceptability of living out the fetish resulting from alphabet advocacy makes escalating indulgence in the fetish more possible.
  24. Did you ever read McCloskey’s anecdote about their one only date as an it?

  25. Read his recent book, ‘Believe Me’ (2017). He has a self-produced documentary that is better than most, ‘Believe’, produced by his ex-partner (female) that also tells his story.

    He speaks Arabic, French, German and English well enough to perform his act, and is working on Spanish and Russian. To have the time, let alone motivation, to learn-and-translate these languages while writing 90-minute acts every few years, and running 40+ marathons inside of two months, speaks for itself. *uncomfortable pause* Clarifying, herself.

    I did follow Izzard’s career in the ’90s and ’00s, and was always skeptical about the transvestite thing (that is what he explained it as, for many years). He seemed too straight, and lots of tape of him working out his act without heels or makeup and he sounds like any other middle act. His primary revenue is live performing, and the makeup heels earrings and dress are interesting visually.

    Coincidentally, Izzard crossed *uncomfortable pause* Clarifying, hit my radar twice in one day last week. Jim V. Rota II was interviewed on a podcast, and told a great story about working on voice-over with Izzard, and Izzard told him how he was able to promote all of his own live shows using metrics and found media, thus saving himself another 15% of the gate. Also watched a 2006 performance of Stewart Lee, where Lee used the punchline, “…I would improvise, just like Eddie Izzard pretends to do.” Potential solution, Izzard hooks up with Eddie Murphy.

  26. Occam’s Razor suggests that Izzard is actually a man with an impressive but not outlandish IQ with a transvestite fetish.

    This guy has been wearing dresses in public since the late 1980s. I always thought it was just part of his act, mostly because it was part of his act.

    • Replies: @The Germ Theory of Disease
    @Alec Leamas (working from home)

    OK, Eddie Izzard in drag versus Robin Williams in drag as Mrs. Doubtfire. Which is to say, Eddie versus Robin. Who wins? (as if this were a contest.)

  27. @SFG
    Would have been better off just continuing to present as a dude who liked cross dressing. Thing about transitioning is most people are straight, so if you’re in Izzard’s position lesbians won’t want you because they see you as male and straight women won’t want you because you no longer look masculine. (Obviating the huge boost he gets from fame-before this he probably could have landed a few kinky straight women.)

    Replies: @Alec Leamas (working from home)

    Would have been better off just continuing to present as a dude who liked cross dressing. Thing about transitioning is most people are straight, so if you’re in Izzard’s position lesbians won’t want you because they see you as male and straight women won’t want you because you no longer look masculine. (Obviating the huge boost he gets from fame-before this he probably could have landed a few kinky straight women.)

    Perhaps but this seems to be a fetish which is obsessive – he probably can’t get all that excited unless he’s able to project the fantasy that he’s a hot lesbian engaging in hot lesbian sex onto a sexual encounter. The ubiquity of online lesbian porn has probably super-charged this, tipping men with a manageable fetish for lingerie, pantyhose, and women’s high heeled shoes who otherwise would have remained straight unmutilated men fully over into the “transition” phase. The fetish begets alphabet advocacy, and the social acceptability of living out the fetish resulting from alphabet advocacy makes escalating indulgence in the fetish more possible.

    • Agree: SFG
  28. Didn’t Bruce Jenner also complain that he was struggling to get dates after he transitioned? (to whatever extent that transition meant, I understand he was still intact at that point) In his case it wasn’t entirely clear what sex he was trying to date, but I got the impression he was trying to go out with real women. Even if you are well-to-do and famous, getting a date can’t be that easy at such an advanced age, let alone if you are also wearing women’s clothes.

    • Replies: @Steven Carr
    @Alfa158

    Somebody should fix up Eddie Izzard with Caitlyn Jenner?

    Do transwomen ever date transwomen? If not, why not? After all, they are both 100% women, aren't they?

    Replies: @Joe S.Walker

    , @Anonymous
    @Alfa158

    It takes a special sort of narcissistic delusion to think that dressing up as an ugly woman won't make it harder to get a date.

  29. Judging by the Daily Mail picture, he doesn’t seem to be aware that if he made himself look convincing as a woman, the woman in question would look like a rough old bag on a night out.

  30. Surely it would be difficult for any average looking woman in her fifties or sixties to get a date, let alone a transsexual or whatever he/she/it is called.

    • LOL: BB753
    • Replies: @SFG
    @martin_2

    Yes, that’s the irony. A 60-year-old famous actor and comedian with a few kinks could probably do OK with women, certainly better than most of us at that age; a transwoman, not so much.

  31. @martin_2
    Surely it would be difficult for any average looking woman in her fifties or sixties to get a date, let alone a transsexual or whatever he/she/it is called.

    Replies: @SFG

    Yes, that’s the irony. A 60-year-old famous actor and comedian with a few kinks could probably do OK with women, certainly better than most of us at that age; a transwoman, not so much.

  32. @Alfa158
    Didn’t Bruce Jenner also complain that he was struggling to get dates after he transitioned? (to whatever extent that transition meant, I understand he was still intact at that point) In his case it wasn’t entirely clear what sex he was trying to date, but I got the impression he was trying to go out with real women. Even if you are well-to-do and famous, getting a date can’t be that easy at such an advanced age, let alone if you are also wearing women’s clothes.

    Replies: @Steven Carr, @Anonymous

    Somebody should fix up Eddie Izzard with Caitlyn Jenner?

    Do transwomen ever date transwomen? If not, why not? After all, they are both 100% women, aren’t they?

    • Replies: @Joe S.Walker
    @Steven Carr

    The party line used to be that transvestites were "entirely heterosexual" (to quote Grayson Perry from his 2005 TV documentary). But personal ads in trans magazines often featured the words "bi when dressed" - "dressed" meaning as a woman.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  33. Dizzard
    Eddie Izzard
    now invites a blizzard
    of rude queries from some quizard.
    It is sure to stick into his gizzard
    when one asks the comic wizard
    whether Mr Izzard
    had his lizard
    scissored.

    • LOL: beavertales
  34. @Steven Carr
    @Alfa158

    Somebody should fix up Eddie Izzard with Caitlyn Jenner?

    Do transwomen ever date transwomen? If not, why not? After all, they are both 100% women, aren't they?

    Replies: @Joe S.Walker

    The party line used to be that transvestites were “entirely heterosexual” (to quote Grayson Perry from his 2005 TV documentary). But personal ads in trans magazines often featured the words “bi when dressed” – “dressed” meaning as a woman.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Joe S.Walker

    They got magazines?!! This world is nuts, Joe.

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  36. @The Germ Theory of Disease
    The actual headline should read, "Eddie Izzard Struggles to Find Romance as an Oldster." Waited too long, Eddie -- this is what happens to women who put their careers first, you know.

    I don't know Izzard's work, but if he is actually funny, then that proves prima facie that he isn't really a woman.

    Replies: @fish

    I LOL’ed!

  37. @Alec Leamas (working from home)

    Occam’s Razor suggests that Izzard is actually a man with an impressive but not outlandish IQ with a transvestite fetish.
     
    This guy has been wearing dresses in public since the late 1980s. I always thought it was just part of his act, mostly because it was part of his act.

    Replies: @The Germ Theory of Disease

    OK, Eddie Izzard in drag versus Robin Williams in drag as Mrs. Doubtfire. Which is to say, Eddie versus Robin. Who wins? (as if this were a contest.)

  38. @Alfa158
    Didn’t Bruce Jenner also complain that he was struggling to get dates after he transitioned? (to whatever extent that transition meant, I understand he was still intact at that point) In his case it wasn’t entirely clear what sex he was trying to date, but I got the impression he was trying to go out with real women. Even if you are well-to-do and famous, getting a date can’t be that easy at such an advanced age, let alone if you are also wearing women’s clothes.

    Replies: @Steven Carr, @Anonymous

    It takes a special sort of narcissistic delusion to think that dressing up as an ugly woman won’t make it harder to get a date.

  39. @Rob McX
    @Gordo

    The cap theft has a surreal flavour to it.


    Police have confirmed that David Czerwonko, 26, of Clitherow Road, Brentwood has been charged with theft.
     
    The police waited for Izzard to finish his speech, then put his cap into an evidence bag to take to court. What the hell is going on there? Normally, in London nowadays, the cops would barely give you the time of day if you had your life savings stolen at knifepoint.

    Replies: @kaganovitch

    The police waited for Izzard to finish his speech, then put his cap into an evidence bag to take to court. What the hell is going on there? Normally, in London nowadays, the cops would barely give you the time of day if you had your life savings stolen at knifepoint.

    As the Good Book says (Psalms 105) “Touch not mine anointed”

  40. @Joe S.Walker
    @Steven Carr

    The party line used to be that transvestites were "entirely heterosexual" (to quote Grayson Perry from his 2005 TV documentary). But personal ads in trans magazines often featured the words "bi when dressed" - "dressed" meaning as a woman.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    They got magazines?!! This world is nuts, Joe.

  41. Izzard claims to be a lesbian trapped in a man’s body.

    I guess he is smart enough not to be looking for dates with real lesbians. He is still an intact male looking for a straight woman who doesn’t care about his cross-dressing, autogynephilia, and general BS. He could get more luck if he wanted to, by acting the alpha male, but he would have to stop wearing women’s clothes.

    He is that rare thing: a public example of how fetishism makes men unhappy.

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