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Trans comedian strips naked, plays keyboard with penis on live TV in UK: 'I'm a perfect woman!'
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Trans comedian strips naked, plays keyboard with penis on live TV in UK: 'I'm a perfect woman!'

Warning: graphic content.

A British comedian who identifies as transgender recently went on live television and put on a rousing performance, singing, stripping naked, and using his penis to play a keyboard.

On Friday during a 40th-year celebration one-off revival of the 1980s British comedy series "Friday Night Live," comedian Jordan Gray took to the stage and gave an expletive-laden rendition of "Do-Re-Mi" and "Better Than You," a song written for Gray's Edinburgh Fringe show entitled "Is It a Bird?" "Bird" is British slang for a woman.

At the conclusion of the three-minute bit, Gray grinned and asked rhetorically, "You know the best thing about live TV?"

Gray then answered his own question: "I can do stupid stuff like this!"

He then proceeded to tear off the bright pink jumpsuit he was wearing to reveal surgically constructed female breasts and bare male genitals.

The theme of "Better Than You" is self-evident. Gray lists various reasons why he is better than everyone else, and all the reasons he gives are sexually explicit.

"I'm a perfect woman," Gray insists. "My t*** will never shrink. And I'm guaranteed to sq****. And I do a**l by default."

Gray, who competed on "The Voice" in 2016, also made various "gay" jokes throughout the clip. At one point, he even admitted, "I used to be a man."

"What a moment," tweeted Channel 4, which aired the TV special.

In the tweet, Channel 4 also included a full-length clip of the performance, except for the ending when Gray removed his clothes and grabbed his penis. The video includes a warning for foul language and what Channel 4 has characterized as "adult humour."

The performance itself has received mixed reviews. Helen Joyce, an outspoken critic of transgenderism, quickly denounced it as a "sex crime."

"Absolutely disgraceful. A sex crime committed on camera. While idiots whoop and cheer," Joyce tweeted.

Baroness Emma Harriet Nicholson of the House of Lords, who likewise supports traditional marriage, stated that she would be issuing a complaint letter regarding the stunt, though she did not specify to whom she would write.

However, actor Jason Isaacs, best known for his portrayal of Lucius Malfoy in the "Harry Potter" film series, thoroughly enjoyed the phallic performance.

"So much more dignified than parliament today," he tweeted in part.

The U.K. has different rules regarding profanity and nudity on television. Pink News defended Gray's naked keyboarding by asserting that the show segment aired "well after the 9pm watershed, the time when nudity and other adult content is allowed on TV."

Gray has expressed no remorse. On Saturday, he publicly thanked Channel 4 for airing the clip and for letting him "be a part of comedy history."

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