What is a woman?
It is not Matt Walsh, that's for sure.
I managed to watch Matt Walsh’s documentary “What Is A Woman?” on the last vestiges of its struggle to be free on Twitter several weeks ago. Twitter had apparently agreed to run it, then attempted to back out at the last moment. Happily, it did run in its entirety and over 180 million people watched it.
I was left somewhat speechless at the end of it, though that certainly won’t keep me from writing about it. Having heard Mike Rowe’s podcast interview of Matt Walsh, I thought I was prepared for what I’d see.
I was not.
People have lost their minds.
Academics, doctors, people on the street—they couldn’t tell you what a woman was.
This is not difficult. A child could do it.
Every June, I’m reminded that we’re a nation in full Romans 1:28 mode, depraved minds spiraling ever further into evil nonsense, a smile and pleasant circular words falling off of their twisted lips the whole way down as they grab furiously at the next generation to take them along for destruction.