Showing once more that the Achilles Heel of the sexual left is mockery, transsexuals have forced a company in New Zealand to take down a billboard poking fun at Bruce Jenner and his man-parts.
“I Hope Your Sack is Fuller Than Mine This Christmas,” says the ad, next to a photo of Jenner wearing a tight bodice and a Santa hat, the picture taken from the now-infamous Vanity Fair photo shoot announcing Bruce no longer considers himself a man.
Apparently a member of a transsexual support group contacted the Cranium signage company and told it the ad was “tasteless, crass, vile and insulting.” The mother of a nine-year old girl who is being raised as a girl said, “It was absolutely disgusting. Transgender people aren’t to be ridiculed.”
The owner of Cranium, Phil Garratt, stood strong, if only for a minute. He said, “We live in a world with a difference, and I no way discriminate against anyone. I have gay and transgender friends. I think you may need to take a look at yourself and relax a bit and not take life so seriously. I was referring to a Santa sack and your sick mind is the problem.”
He then proceeded to cover it up the ad with a “censored” sticker and issued a more formal apology on Facebook. He also got shaken down for a donation to a local transsexual group.
He said he would be proud to have Jenner over to his house anytime.
Salon.com joined the humorless campaign against transsexual jokes. Mary Elizabeth Williams scolded Cranium, “What’s in Caitlyn Jennings pants happens to be nobody’s business because it doesn’t matter. It doesn’t define her. Male, female, and everywhere on the gender spectrum, we are all a lot more than our sacks or lack of them.”
Still, people want to know. Whither Bruce Jenner’s Christmas package?
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