Margaret Cho is expressing her support for the harsh restriction on gender affirming treatments and surgery for transgender children. After an Alabama law almost came into effect last month, the 53-year-old actor described the move as a felony.
I mean, it''s just ludicrous. You know, that beyond that, beyond what is right, what is good for public health. Following news from earlier this year when Idaho legislators approved legislation making gender-affirming health care a crime punishable by life in prison.
Texas governor Greg Abbott has issued a letter to the Department of Family and Protective Services to investigate the parents of transgender children who have received gender-affirming surgeries as child abuse. The comedian said that youre is denying parental care to them. It''s a real, really huge problem and the belief that it''s just as ludicrous as the idea that would prohibit children from going on drag shows.
Drag is actually a lot closer to clowns, but people are more afraid of clowns than they are clowns. Clowns are less susceptible, according to Cho.
Gleichzeitig, the multi-talented actress has been working on her latest film project with Hulus rom-com film Fire Island, which stars Abby Bowen Yang. I think its like the fact that we had such a great time and we just loved each other, she said. I like to see those guys and see how she did it. And then, I just love doing comedy.
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