Jeffree Star Says They/Them Pronouns Are "Stupid" And Were Invented Out Of Boredom: "You're Male Or You're Female"

YouTube sensation Jeffree Star has built a wildly successful beauty brand for himself and has used his platform to speak out recently against progressive trends that have taken over society, including the rise of "they/them" pronouns.

By Gina Florio2 min read
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With nearly 16 million subscribers on YouTube, makeup artist and businessman Jeffree Star has built a huge brand for himself in the beauty world. But in December 2022, he risked everything to talk on Twitter about how he barely escaped the Illuminati. "What a crazy f*cking year… I escaped the illuminati in 2021 and they still haven’t killed me. Every day I wake up grateful," he tweeted on Friday to his 6.4 million followers.

He escaped the LA grind and moved himself out to Wyoming, where he is regularly seen with yaks and camels. Since then, he has started saying things that aren't exactly in the approved script that the most famous influencers and celebrities are allowed to follow in public. In a recent podcast, he shared his thoughts on the "they/them" pronoun trend that is growing across the country.

Jeffree Star Says They/Them Pronouns Are "Stupid" and Were Invented Out of Boredom: "You're Male or You're Female"

Jeffree is done with the BS that is coming out of the LGBT world. He is openly gay, but he says he's "not into all the other bullsh*t." The interviewer asks him what the other BS is, and he responds, "The they and them, and all that extra shit that we added during the pandemic because everyone was so bored in their f*cking houses. They just started to make up more sh*t and more sh*t." He adds that conservatives tend to like him because he's "just real" and isn't afraid to say the things that so many people are thinking.

"You're not they and them," he continues. "You're male or you're female. People get so mad when I say that. How are you a 'they?' What the f*ck does that mean? It's stupid is what it is!"

He says society needs someone who looks like him to say this because any regular straight person would be called transphobic and homophobic if they were to say the same thing publicly.

"You are the perfect vessel for this type of situation," the interviewer adds.

Jeffree says he is branching out of just doing makeup by appearing on different podcasts, getting involved in the "gun world," etc. It makes sense once you watched him change his whole life after he left LA. Now he spends more time in nature and seems to want to move far, far away from the craziness that happened in the Hollywood crowd.

Of course this has greatly angered many LGBT activists who are staunchly supportive of any new development to come out of the trans movement. Trans activist @mattxiv shared the clip on his Twitter and angrily insisted that Jeffree is going to have his own Fox news show by 2024.

But leftists and trans activists have no idea how many people actually agree with Jeffree—even and especially liberals who have always been supportive of progressive platforms like gay marriage. The more the trans activists overplay their hand and come up with new wacky pronouns, the more influencers like Jeffree are going to speak up and let everyday Americans know that they're not alone for thinking it's "stupid" for someone to use "they/them" pronouns.