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MAJOR FAIL: Panel Of Young Ladies On Dating Podcast Can’t Answer ‘What Is A Woman?’

People in this day and age seem to be growing dumber and dumber by the day. It’s getting to the point I’m ready to beg Elon Musk to create a rocket with a one-way trip to Mars ASAP so I can get the hell off this planet. Nothing makes the old noggin hurt more than all of the controversy surrounding the question, “what is a woman?”

This was a question that, up until recent years, was easily answered in 7th grade biology class, but apparently, what we thought was settled science is up in the air, thanks to liberals who are convinced that if a person with mental illness thinks they have a vagina and female chromosomes, when in reality they have a penis and male chromosomes, well then they are a woman and not a man, no matter what scientific fact has to say on the matter.

A group of women on an episode of the “Whatever” podcast were unable to provide a solid answer to the above asked question concerning what defines a person as a woman. Brian Atlas is the host of the show, which focuses on roundtable talks with young women and on occasion, men, concerning the state of dating and being single in modern times.

“Several clips from the show have gone viral, including one where a woman storms out when a man says he’d rather have sex with the oldest woman in the world than the most gorgeous transgender woman,” the Daily Wire reported. “Atlas asked another simple question that got a big reaction during an episode broadcast two weeks ago. The clip gained new life after being widely shared on Twitter over the weekend.”

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During a chat on the topic of transphobia, Atlas asked the panel of women, “What is a woman?”

“A woman is anyone who wants to identify as one,” the first panelist replied right off the bat.

“A cat is a cat because they are a cat,” the host responds. “That’s not, like… this isn’t a gotcha, it’s just a genuine question. What is a woman?”

“I don’t have anything to say,” the second woman, obviously not wanting to stir the pot, says when Atlas makes a gesture for her to answer the same question. “A person. I don’t know.”

The third young woman on the panel then says, “I understand what your argument is. If I come out and I say, a woman is someone who is born biologically a woman, I understand that that’s where you’re coming from and I agree everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but I personally… respect trans people, I respect trans women, so I’m not going to come on here and invalidate them by saying that.”

“I’m just really not interested in having this conversation about trans people anymore,” the next panelist goes on to say, terrified, no doubt, of getting blasted all over the Internet for potentially disagreeing with the mainstream narrative on the topic. “Because you seem very clearly committed to misunderstanding.”

“I am trying to understand,” Atlas continues. “I’m just trying to get people’s perspectives.”

The next two chicks also say no way to answering Atlas’ question, before another says there’s a “better question” to ask.

Atlas then asks his co-host, Aly Drummond, for her answer.

“Well, a woman is an adult human female,” she responded. “Same thing, like man is an adult human male. XX chromosomes, that means you’re a woman. There are people that are born intersex, but they’re an incredible minority, and… men are humans who have XY chromosomes.”

This is the right answer. Why is this so controversial? It’s literally the way things have been since forever.

The clip garnered a total of 6.2 million views on Twitter and is still going up.