VHI is teaming up with Tyra Banks to create a docuseries called “TransAmerica,” according to reports.
It will run for eight episodes and chronicle the lives of a group of transgendered women from Chicago. The Hollywood Reporter describes it as “an earnest look at a group of millennial women — who happen to be transgender — living, loving and building their careers.”
Apparently the show is trying to portray these men, who believe they’re women, as normal, everyday women who are just going on about their lives. It will have little focus on the fact that these “women” have, or used to have, male reproductive organs and were born as men, which isn’t normal.
“This is a show about a group of compelling, gorgeous young friends who are on a unique journey while staying true to their authentic selves. We believe that message resonates,” the executive vp of programming for VHI, Susan Rosenthal, said.
VHI has been pushing the transsexual lifestyle for some time now, however. This will be the third series in which a transgendered person is the star of the show.
Banks is all on board with the idea as well, and said “TransAmerica is a groundbreaking docuseries that will blow the roof off stereotypes and set the record straight as we experience the lives of these fun, stunning women. I am so happy to be a part of telling their fierce story.”
Add this to the list of insane ideas that we keep seeing from the left. Does anybody else see the irony of a supermodel promoting a show about women who started off as men?
Would you want your children being subjected to a show like this, that portrays having sex-change operations as “normal?” Let us know with a comment!