Yesterday, International Women’s Day, this year’s “International Women of Courage Award” was presented in the White House by Secretary of State Antony Blinken and First Lady Jill Biden. To women, one would think, because the award is about honoring women who are committed to strengthening their gender. But far from it: a militant advocate of the LGBTQ agenda was able to celebrate the award – even though he is a biological man.
“The IWOC Secretary of State Prize, in its 17th year, recognizes women from around the world who have shown extraordinary courage, strength and leadership in defending peace, justice, human rights, gender justice and equality and the self-determination of Women and girls have demonstrated, in all their diversity – often at great personal risk and sacrifice,” said a White House press release. In fact, the prize goes primarily to women in parts of the world where there is no question of gender equality: women from African countries or the Middle East who work to help victims of rape and violence are honored, for example.
It is all the more surprising when, on International Women’s Day, a biological male receives a women’s award: among this year’s award winners is “Alba Rueda”, a biological male who identifies as a woman and who fights fiercely for the LGBTQ agenda in Argentina. He is responsible for passing the Transgender Labor Quota Law, which reserves one percent of public sector jobs in Argentina for transgender people. What a win for women!
Biden celebrates #InternationalWomensDay by highlighting a biological male.
First Lady Jill Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken awarded Alba Rueda, a biological male & transgender activist from Argentina, one of 11 of the International Women of Courage (IWOC) Awards. pic.twitter.com/Y3qDjQAI87
— Caleb Parke (@calebparke) March 8, 2023
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