Wednesday was International Women’s Day, a day meant to celebrate equality and representation for women. It is also a day to celebrate female accomplishments and strength. The Biden administration, however, decided it would be more fitting to celebrate a biological male instead of a female.
On Wednesday, the White House held its annual International Women of Courage (IWOC) ceremony. First Lady Jill Biden and Secretary of State Antony Blinken presented 11 awards to honor “extraordinary women from around the world who are working to build a brighter future for all,” according to a press release from the State Department.
One of these awards was not given to a female, but instead, it was given to a biological male from Argentina who is known as Alba Rueda.
Deputy Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks announced the award for Rueda, saying, “In Argentina, Alba Rueda is a transgender woman who was kicked out of classrooms, barred from sitting for exams, refused job opportunities, subjected to violence, and rejected by her family. But in the face of these challenges, she worked to end discrimination against the LGBTQI+ community in Argentina.”
There is an entire month dedicated to the LGBTQ community, so why not honor transgender people then instead of taking over the one day that women are honored?
Biden celebrates #InternationalWomensDay by highlighting a biological male.
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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
The Biden regime has received significant criticism for their decision to present an award for women to a man.
Megyn Kelly tore apart the Biden administration on her show, ‘The Megyn Kelly Show.’ She revealed that Rueda, the transgender recipient, campaigned to change the name of the National Women’s Conference to “the pluri National Conference of women and lesbian cross-dressers, transgenders, bisexuals, intersex, and non-binary persons.”
Activist Charlie Kirk pointed out that this is not the first time biological men have been given awards for being great “women.”
Last year, USA Today gave its “Woman of the Year” award to Assistant Secretary for the Department of Health and Human Services Dr. Rachel Levine, the first transgender federal official confirmed by the Senate.
Lia Thomas, a biological male who competed against biological females in NCAA swimming and, obviously, blew them out of the water, was nominated for the 2022 NCAA Woman of the Year award.
This year, Hershey Canada decided to honor biological male Fae Johnstone in their International Women’s Day ad campaign.
“Is the message supposed to be that men are better than women?” Kirk asked in a Tweet.
Alba Rueda—International Women of Courage Award
Rachel Levine—USA Today's Woman of the Year
Lia Thomas—nominated for the 2022 NCAA Woman of the Year
Fae Johnstone—Hershey's International Women’s Day honoree
Is the message supposed to be that men are better than women?
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) March 9, 2023