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Matt Walsh's "What is a Woman" pokes holes in the left's arguments about gender and sex
After years of major institution falling to political and social pressure to cave into the LGBT agenda, this documentary represents the first real conservative attempt to fight back.
Conversations over sexuality and gender have completely overtaken other topics in cultural and political debates. Along with abortion and gun rights, LGBT rights have similarly been argued and debated on cable news channels and independent media sources alike.
The Democrat party has begun to make some absolutely ridiculous claims about these topics that ignore biological realities and raise some interesting questions. As Matt Walsh states in his documentary, none are as important as the title of his film, “What is a Woman?” Throughout the film, we see Matt interview many different types of people. Medical professionals, psychologists, transgenders, and normal people walking the street. In these interviews, he asks each interviewee to define a woman. Needless to say, most cannot.
One moment from the film that is particularly interesting is when Matt attends the Women’s March and asks the people there the same question. Instead of getting any answers, he is almost assaulted by someone in the crowd and they start to chant “a**hole.”
The experience he has at the Women’s March contrasts heavily with the views expressed by Maasai, a small African Tribe. They laugh when they hear what some people in the West are beginning to promote and tell Walsh about the different roles for men and women in their community. The poor, primitive, and uneducated people from the poorest continent on the planet have more common sense than the wealthiest westerners who have their degrees hung up in their offices.
Matt Walsh speaks with the African Maasai tribe about the roles of men and women in his new documentary “What is a Woman”
While watching the film, I also noticed that Walsh was intentionally provocative in some of his interviews. This is again to show how laughable and easily dismantled the arguments made by gender theory advocates are. Some of the people in the documentary are visibly uncomfortable with the questions they are being faced with and decide to end the interview early to avoid them. The fundamental pillars of their ideology are nothing more than a house of cards.
The fragility of these positions is shown even further in the fact that the Daily Wire has now reported that the documentary's premier was sabotaged by hackers who made the film unwatchable for thousands of people. It still managed to be the most streamed documentary in the country anyways, surpassing sites with millions more subscribers.
I really enjoyed watching this documentary and think the topics discussed in the film are some of the most important cultural debates currently taking place. It coherently and concisely breaks down each element of gender theory and while biased, gives ample time to those who disagree to speak their minds freely. This documentary will hopefully give courage to more people to speak out against the dangerous ideology now being pushed on us by almost every major institution and corporation regardless of how politically incorrect it is. This issue is worth the fight, and Matt Walsh is leading the charge with his new film.
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