Anti-LGBT Group Attacks Trans H&M Model Who ISN’T Actually Trans

Anti-LGBT Group Attacks Trans H&M Model Who ISN’T Actually Trans

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One Million Moms — the matronly media watchdog arm of the American Family Association (which is a anti-gay hate group, by the way) — is asking the Swedish multinational clothing-retailer H&M to pull its video ad which features (as they put it) “what appears to be a man dressed as a woman in one segment.” The only problem: it isn’t a man dressed as a woman nor is it a transgender person at all: it’s a female boxer named Fatima Pinto.

Pink News points out that the ad does “fleetingly feature H&M model Hari Nef, who is transgender, but 1MM apparently didn’t notice”. Just goes to show that one million heads aren’t better than one; never mind that “One Million Moms” only has 86,964 Facebook followers — they’re as bad at gender policing as they are at math.

Here’s the video below. It actually features all sorts of androgynous women — we love it!

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