“Ideological blindspots aside, What is a Woman? is a must-watch documentary, particularly for those new to the subject of transgenderism. It captures a strange moment in time when politicians, clinicians and the corporate world are gleefully promoting the lie that humans can change sex.”
‘Does a chicken have a gender identity? Does a chicken cry? Does a chicken commit suicide?’, coos Michelle Forcier, a consultant pediatrician at Hasbro Children’s Hospital, Rhode Island. These strange questions are not part of some surrealist theatrical performance – they are responses to conservative commentator Matt Walsh, in his new documentary, What is a Woman?.
In the film, Walsh travels the world asking a range of people, from leaders in the field of transgender medicine to members of the Maasai tribe in Kenya, to define the word ‘woman’. Tellingly, it is the Western gender experts who are unable to give a straight answer.
Spanning comedy and tragedy, What is a Woman? provides viewers with an insight into those promoting and supporting trans ideas. It makes for a compelling watch.
Walsh’s subjects can be broadly divided into three categories: the mad, the bad and the sad. First up is ‘gender-affirming’ therapist Gert Comfrey (they / them), a young woman with the glassy stare of a true believer in the gender god (he / him). She informs Walsh, who is at this point playing a Louis Theroux-style ingénue, that ‘some women have penises, some men have vaginas’. She ends the interview with an awkward feminine giggle, explaining that she isn’t herself a woman. This exchange happens while Comfrey is sitting on her vulva, and apparently speaking from her arse. To my mind, Comfrey should be assigned to the ‘mad’ category. Apparently well-intentioned but batty – she has got high on her own gender supply.
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Author: Ruth King
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