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What Is A Woman?
Being asked to define the word woman is not a trick question. It isn’t meant to be a gotcha moment, especially when a woman asks the question to another woman. Contrary to media pundits, the question has nothing to do with racism or genderism. It is a simple question requiring a simple answer, and that answer is: a woman is an adult human female with two XX chromosomes.
Yet during the Senate confirmation hearing of Ketanji Brown-Jackson, who was nominated to be on the Supreme Court by “Resident” Biden because she is a black woman, she struggled to answer. Actually, to the dismay of many, she didn’t answer the question. She obfuscated and said she wasn’t a biologist. Not sure what exactly that had to do with the question. However, Brown-Jackson, like many of her woke contemporaries, is attempting to redefine a reality of science that can’t be theoretically, physically, logically, or scientifically redefined or challenged. It’s just fundamental science or even biology 101. If you have two XX chromosomes, you are a woman and a man if XY chromosomes. There is simply no way around it.
Bebe Diamond, a biological woman, joins “After Dark” to discuss what a woman is and isn’t. She also provides her thoughts on Kamala Harris and Biden’s trip overseas and other current events.
Bebe Diamond is an advocate for the re-building of the black family, as she has seen the devastation of the fatherless generation up close and personal. Her passion for the black family has led her to start a ministry and non-profit aimed at helping the broken black man, whom she says is the cornerstone of the black family. In addition to the ministry, Diamond is the assistant to Barbara From Harlem, a nationally recognized speaker and author who has been dubbed the godmother of the black conservative movement. Diamond wrote the introduction to Barbara From Harlem’s compelling and inspirational memoir “Escaping the Racism of Low Expectations.”
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