Kids Can Hide Their “Pointy Poker” With These Transgender Bikini Bottoms

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NBC News was in full-on celebration mode for the newest invention to make a real difference in the lives of our children – transgender children, that is. No, it isn’t a transcendent form of therapy that can get kids to see through the mirage that is gender dysmorphia. It’s a new type of bikini bottom that can, in the words of its marketing, “magically turn a pointy poker into a dainty dune, no tucking required.”

We sincerely apologize if you’ve just eaten breakfast.

From NBC News:

After watching his own daughter Ruby, 12, struggle to find bikini bottoms that made her feel both comfortable and confident as a transgender girl, Toronto dad Jamie Alexander decided to solve the problem himself.

Alexander created a new clothing brand, Rubies, with the specific goal of producing form-fitting clothing for transgender children up to a size 20. His first product: the Ruby Shaping Bikini Bottom.

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“An item of clothing like Rubies swimwear can be a total game-changer for transgender and gender-creative children,” said Jessica Herthel, co-author of children’s book “I Am Jazz” with transgender activist Jazz Jennings. “Being able to do something that most of us take for granted — namely, to go swimming without fear of being stared at or teased, or even targeted — can give a child a feeling of normalcy and belonging.”

According to the inventor, he knew there was something different about Ruby when his son was “drawn to high heels, Disney princesses, and Beyonce’s ‘Single Ladies’ video as early as age 3.” From those inconclusive signals, Alexander and his wife “gave their child space and support to figure out if she identified as male, the gender she was assigned at birth, female, or neither.” They finally figured it out when Ruby had reached the pinnacle of maturity known as third grade.

Alexander said he was merely solving a problem that the marketplace had ignored.

“The best businesses are ones that solve real problems,” Alexander said. “I knew we had a problem, but I didn’t know if everyone else did.”

Oh, we definitely know we have a problem, Mr. Alexander. Sadly, the one you put your attention to isn’t the one we’re talking about.

With stories like this one in the mainstream media and a president who chose as his Day One priority to essentially put an end to girls’ sports for the sake of gender-confused boys, we can only hope that normal Americans begin to realize what’s actually going on in their own culture. We can only hope that it’s not already too late.