Halle Berry apologizes for wanting to play tranny

Halle Berry apologized Monday night and said that she will no longer consider playing a transgender person in an upcoming film role, opening up a larger dialogue about representation — last month multiple actors and actresses who were set to play people of a different race were recast.  

In an Instagram live interview on Friday, the actress said that she was preparing for a role, but had yet to be cast. 

Berry received criticism on social media for misgendering the character multiple times throughout the interview using the pronouns “woman” “she” and “her” to describe a character who transitioned and calling it a “female story.”

On Monday night she apologized on Twitter and said that “the transgender community should undeniably have the opportunity to tell their own stories.”

LGBTQ advocacy group GLAAD tweeted that they were pleased Berry “listened to the concerns of transgender people and learned from them” and urged other powerful people to do the same and to watch the Netflix documentary Disclosure: Trans Lives on Screen, which examines Hollywood’s portrayal of transgender people. 

The controversy about cisgender people playing transgender people in movies has gone on for decades — notable actors and actresses who have played transgender people include John Lithgow, Hillary Swank, Felicity Huffman, Sofia Vergara and Glenn Close. 

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The team behind Disclosure, which was released in June, initially tweeted at Berry asking her to watch the documentary to understand “how cis actors like yourself acting in trans roles has major cultural consequences offscreen” then thanked her for “listening and learning” after she said she would no longer consider the role. 

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After Scarlett Johansson was cast as a transgender person in the film Rug and Tug in 2018 the casting decision was met with intense criticism. At first, Johansson defended her position by pointing out other cisgender actors and actresses who played transgender people, but then she exited the role. 

WHY ARE PEOPLE STILL APOLOGIZING TO A BUNCH OF KIDS AND LOSERS ON TWITTER? WHO GIVES A SHIT WHAT THE FUCKS ON TWITTER HAVE TO SAY?

 

MOST DON'T EVEN CARE THEY'RE JUST RETWEETING TRENDING SHIT TO GET ON THE BANDWAGON. 

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man that's a real outrage that an actress was going to pretend to be someone besides herself in order to make a movie, glad she apologized.

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She can shave her head, tattoo herself head to toe and clip off her tits and shed still exude female and sex. No boy girl is gonna pull that role off.

Our once fine culture has been raped by leftism. 

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No dude, from now on, they shouldn't make movies with actors.  If they make a police movie, it should be real cops.  Fireman movie, real firemen.  Mafia movie, real mafia people.  

Sounds like her dumbass didn't get the memo.

 

All she has to do is say she's transgender and she's suddenly transgender.

 

No apology necessary.

The crazy checks out...

The whole point of acting is pretending to be something you aren't

Step 2. Complain that there are no trans movies being made. 

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WHY ARE PEOPLE STILL APOLOGIZING TO A BUNCH OF KIDS AND LOSERS ON TWITTER? WHO GIVES A SHIT WHAT THE FUCKS ON TWITTER HAVE TO SAY?


 


MOST DON'T EVEN CARE THEY'RE JUST RETWEETING TRENDING SHIT TO GET ON THE BANDWAGON. 

Because people are dumb

It must be exhausting 

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Halle Berry apologized Monday night and said that she will no longer consider playing a transgender person in an upcoming film role, opening up a larger dialogue about representation — last month multiple actors and actresses who were set to play people of a different race were recast.  


In an Instagram live interview on Friday, the actress said that she was preparing for a role, but had yet to be cast. 


Berry received criticism on social media for misgendering the character multiple times throughout the interview using the pronouns “woman” “she” and “her” to describe a character who transitioned and calling it a “female story.”


On Monday night she apologized on Twitter and said that “the transgender community should undeniably have the opportunity to tell their own stories.”


LGBTQ advocacy group GLAAD tweeted that they were pleased Berry “listened to the concerns of transgender people and learned from them” and urged other powerful people to do the same and to watch the Netflix documentary Disclosure: Trans Lives on Screen, which examines Hollywood’s portrayal of transgender people. 


The controversy about cisgender people playing transgender people in movies has gone on for decades — notable actors and actresses who have played transgender people include John Lithgow, Hillary Swank, Felicity Huffman, Sofia Vergara and Glenn Close. 


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The team behind Disclosure, which was released in June, initially tweeted at Berry asking her to watch the documentary to understand “how cis actors like yourself acting in trans roles has major cultural consequences offscreen” then thanked her for “listening and learning” after she said she would no longer consider the role. 


TANGENT


After Scarlett Johansson was cast as a transgender person in the film Rug and Tug in 2018 the casting decision was met with intense criticism. At first, Johansson defended her position by pointing out other cisgender actors and actresses who played transgender people, but then she exited the role. 

Here is another secret that will get out. These actors aren’t all that good. There are a million people who could play all these roles. Including normal people who aren’t “actors”. 

Do we need to let real drug addicts and real rapists tell “their own stories” in movies, too? That sounds like a terrible idea. 

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I bet she would have a beautiful cock.