Rachel Levine Is Named One Of The "Women Of The Year" By USA Today—Another Win For The Patriarchy

Another day in the upside down, where men are women and women are men: Rachel Levine, a man who calls himself a woman, is nominated as one of USA Today's "Women of the Year."

By Gina Florio2 min read
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He looks like he belongs in a South Park episode, but Rachel Levine is the transgender assistant secretary of Health and Human Services (yes, because he is the epitome of health). He has been propped up by radical liberals all over the country who somehow make it seem like this guy is a hero, when in reality he's making a mockery of what it means to be a woman. Even more than that, now he's being honored as one of the most influential women in our country.

USA Today Names Rachel Levine as One of the "Women of the Year"

USA Today has compiled a list of "Women of the Year," and these are women "who have been champions of change across the country, leading and inspiring as they promote and fight for equity, and give others a place to seek help and find hope." You'd think the word "women" was a crucial criteria for being named one of the "Women of the Year." Apparently not.

Rachel Levine is officially one of USA Today's "Women of the Year" because he has apparently "made a significant impact" on the US.

"I really feel that everything I've ever done, whether it was in academic medicine, in education, in clinical research, seeing my patients in my role in public health, in Pennsylvania and now my role nationally has all led to this moment in terms of helping the nation through this greatest public health crisis that we have faced in over a hundred years," Levine said.

"We need to be welcoming and celebratory for women of all aspects, of all sizes and shapes," he added. "And we have to work towards that compassion for all women and not put such an emphasis on thinness and appearance. I think that we need to work as a culture in the United States, but also globally, to be more compassionate and more accepting of girls and women, no matter what their size and shape."

While we agree that we should welcome women of all sizes and shapes, can we just stop playing this game where we pretend that a man can become a woman simply because he grows out his hair, takes a couple of hormone blockers, and throws on a dress? It's a wildly offensive caricature of what it means to be a woman, and it's even worse when a man like Levine takes the place of real women to whom this award should be granted.

Levine is awarded this honor alongside Melinda Gates, Kamala Harris, Simone Biles, and others. And the media, celebrities, and politicians are just playing along as if this charade is perfectly acceptable. If there ever were a display of true toxic masculinity, Levine would be the quintessential example.