Biological male transgender model Geena Rocero was named one of Glamour’s “Women of the Year” for 2023.
On social media, the outlet described Rocero as “a force to be reckoned with,” adding that “she’s” a model, activist, producer and author.
Diana Canada, the host of Lady Up America, lashed out about the decision in an interview with Fox News.
"Women's magazines that glorify men as women are doing their part to normalize this lunacy, alongside major corporations like Bud Light and Target," she said. "We see how it worked out for them. I'm sure the backlash is coming, though it'll likely be slower. Here's why: women, as a whole, tend to be compassionate and inclusive. That is our wiring. We prefer consensus, we don't like to rock the boat or stand alone on culturally contentious issues… They are more inclined to have gay friends, consider themselves more progressive, and perhaps even have trans friends. So, although this is a major insult to them, I think it'll take them a little longer to realize it."
Rocero’s interview with Glamour was conducted by transgender Raquel Willis.
In 2014, Rocero told the outlet that he had sex reassignment surgery at age 19 and took hormones.
Earlier this year, Glamour UK announced that a “trans pregnant man” named Logan Brown would be its June "Pride Month" cover star. According to the outlet, Brown is an author and “father.” Brown “unexpectedly became pregnant” with her partner, a drag performer who identifies as “non-binary,” which Townhall covered.
Introducing Logan Brown, GLAMOUR's June Pride cover star ❤️— British GLAMOUR (@GlamourMagUK) June 1, 2023
“I'm a pregnant trans man and I do exist. No matter what anyone says, I'm living proof.”
🔗https://t.co/445NHyTcbH #Pride #PrideMonth pic.twitter.com/6NNdgsmXIF
Rocero’s recognition as a “Woman of the Year” from Glamour is the left’s latest attempt to erase women. Earlier this year, “transgender” influencer Dylan Mulvaney, a man who believes he is a woman, was awarded “Woman of the Year” at the Virgin Atlantic Attitude Awards. As Townhall previously covered, Mulvaney was at the center of the controversy with Bug Light.
“No matter how hard I try, or what I wear, or what I say or what surgeries I get I will never reach an acceptable version of womanhood by those hateful peoples standards. But, as long as I have the queer community that sees me for my truth, I’m going to be okay,” Mulvaney said in his acceptance speech last month, adding that he was happy he received the award in the United Kingdom because they don’t treat him like the “trans beer girl.”
Dylan Mulvaney honored with ‘WOMAN OF THE YEAR AWARD.’— Oli London (@OliLondonTV) October 12, 2023
“I only publicly came out online 560 days ago.”
“No matter how hard I try, or what I wear, or what I say or what surgeries I get I will never reach an acceptable version of womanhood by those HATEFUL peoples standards.” pic.twitter.com/WwjdeYvxYq
And, late last month, men’s magazine Maxim Australia included a biological male who identifies as a woman in a recently-published list of its 100 top “fine and fierce femmes” for 2023.
#92 of top 100 hottest 'women' in the world according to Maxim magazine in Australia— Riley Gaines (@Riley_Gaines_) October 19, 2023
How did we get to a point where companies/institutions/publications can do this with no fear of backlash? pic.twitter.com/GBhJAIzzLY