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‘We ran out of women?’ Strapping biological male makes Maxim’s ‘Hottest 100 Women’ list


Journalist and podcast host Megyn Kelly wants to know if the world has a shortage of women.

In a tweet sharing video posted by the End Wokeness account on X, Kelly reacted to the news that Danielle Laidley, a 56-year-old former athlete, made the “Hottest 100 Women” list by Maxim Magazine.

“We ran out of women?” Kelly asked simply.

While actress Margot Robbie topped Maxim Australia’s Hot 100 list. Laidley came in at 92, clearing the top 100 and leaving many scratching their heads. The transgender former Australian Football League player had pleaded guilty to stalking charges in 2020, as noted by Oli London on X.

“How did we get to a point where companies/institutions/publications can do this with no fear of backlash?” asked former NCAA athlete Riley Gaines who has been a sane voice in the wilderness advocating for women in sports.

Maxim’s choice left many on social media fuming and confused.

One place where the gender confusion train has been halted is in Arkansas where Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders made it clear that her state government will not tolerate “woke, anti-women words” moving forward.

The Republican leader is the first woman to serve as Arkansas governor and she came to the defense of women on Thursday as she signed an executive order at the state Capitol titled, “Executive Order to Eliminate Woke, Anti-Women Words from State Government And Respect Women.”

“Enough trying to erase women and girls,” she said in comments flanked by a large group of women. “Enough trying to erase our biological differences from men.”

“Today, we’re taking a stand against woke nonsense,” she added.

Sanders, who spoke of the many firsts she experienced as a woman, called out “nonsense” terms being used by the woke such as “pregnant people,” “birth giver” and “laboring person.”

“They’re using nonsense words to erase women and girls and more importantly, to erase our voices and our experiences,” Sanders said before the signing. “Today, we’re taking a stand against woke nonsense, but frankly, started as a fad among a few grad students has seeped down into corporations, the healthcare industry, and increasingly state government. It’s demeaning to women, and it needs to stop.”

The executive order will “prohibit the use of woke, anti-women words for official state government business,” and begins, “Whereas: Women are women,” followed by “Whereas: An XX chromosome is an XX chromosome.”

“The science is clear and real; There are things only women can do, like perform the miracle of birth,” the order reads. “Government should reject language that ignores, undermines, and erases women; Government should celebrate gender distinctions between men and women — not erase them.”

While the order does not affect Arkansas citizens’ public vocabulary, state offices, departments, boards, and commissions will be prohibited from using “exclusionary, sexist language” in official business.

The move by the GOP governor comes in the wake of a nationwide trend that seems bent on eliminating the inherent femininity of women. From makeup brands to the infamous Bud Light/Dylan Mulvaney fiasco, and biological men competing in women’s sports, the rapid cultural shift being rammed through by the left is finally meeting heated resistance.


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