Christian group falls on its face raging against a ‘transgender’ H&M model who isn’t even trans
One Million Moms — a hypersensitive and perpetually aggrieved Christian activist group that doesn’t have anywhere close to one million members — has once again fallen flat on its face trying to wage a culture war against LGBT people.
Pink News reports that One Million Moms is encouraging its members to boycott H&M because one of its new ads allegedly features a transgender woman who will seduce America’s impressionable youth into believing in the fluidity of gender identities.
“H&M’s newest ‘She’s A Lady’ commercial includes what appears to be a man dressed as a woman in one segment, another woman wearing skimpy lingerie, and ends with two teenage girls kissing while underwater,” the group thundered on its statement urging a boycott of H&M. “H&M Marketing Team may have thought this type of advertising was politically correct, but not only is it disgusting and confusing for children, it is pushing the LBGT agenda.”
As JoeMyGod points out, however, the “transgender” woman in question is actually a woman named Fatima Pinto, who is a championship Muay Thai fighter. As you can imagine, being a Muay Thai fighter requires you to be in exceptional shape, which explains why Pinto’s arms are absolutely ripped, as you can see in the ad below.
If you’re worried that this mistake will embarrass One Million Moms into not being quite so easily outraged, don’t worry — after all, a JCPenny Christmas ad featuring Ellen DeGeneres and a bunch of elves was enough to trigger their delicate feelings.