Anne Robinson, a famous British TV presenter best known for hosting "The Weakest Link," has hit out at transgender ideology, which she says is instrumental in trying to erase biological women from the story.
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Robinson, now 77, told the Telegraph that she is not confused over what she personally believes constitutes a woman.
“A woman is someone with a vagina,” Robinson said and noted that the discourse surrounding transgender women versus biological women is more than just jarring. “I am just horrified that we can't have a debate about this. That's what really troubles me. I'm horrified by the lack of safety in women's changing rooms, in swimming pools, and that sort of thing."
She added, “I think the most interesting statistic is that the amount of trans [people] who actually surgically get altered is minuscule. So you are talking about men in women’s changing rooms.”
Robinson pointed out that she is gravely concerned that parents wouldn't bat an eye over transporting their little ones to a gender clinic when they're 13 and encouraging their pre-teens and teens to believe that they very well may have been born into the wrong body.
She also suggested that children may just be going through a phase even though overly woke parents are looking into it far more than necessary.
“How do you know that’s what it is?" she asked. "That’s what your child is telling you it is. It’s that phrase: ‘Will that be what you want when you grow up?'"
She later said that if she is ever up for another television presenter job, she expects at least half of the audience to say "Oh no, not her."
"Because you can’t be as opinionated and pleased with yourself as I am and not have people – particularly women – saying: ‘God, she really gets up my nose,'" she insisted.