Sean Strickland doesn’t support Trans people and calls it a mental condition.
As the month of June is around the corner, the world is getting ready for the celebration of ‘ Pride month’. LGBTQ+ pride month is celebrated in the month of June in order to give homage to the struggles and courage of individuals from the LGBTQ+ groups. During this month several paredes, public gatherings, parties, festivals, programs are done in the United States. These are done to celebrate the years of sacrifice made by these people to fight for equal rights, justice under law, gay marriage etc.
While many are excited and support this month with all their heart and mind, many have different opinions on the pride month. In a democracy where everybody can convey their feelings, many claim that the celebration of pride month is not required. Many claim pride months create disturbances and some also believe that LGBTQ+ people are sick.
Sean Strickland on Twitter against Transgender people
Former UFC fighter, Jake Shields recently made a tweet about the practice of pride month and said he doesn’t accept.
” It’s not even June and I’m already sick of pride month.”
Strickland shared the tweet and added that he is a supporter of pride month and bi people but can’t stand the Transgender people. According to the fighter, Trans people are suffering from some sort of mental illness.
“Im actually a fan of pride month.. big fan of the B in lgBt lmao!!! Trans people though God I can’t fucking stand trans people.. Has to be some form of mental retardation…,” said Strickland.
In another tweet he continued by sharing his thoughts on trans people.
“If you have a co** and balls, even if you remove them you will never be a fuc* woman bottom line. I don’t give a f* if you grow your hair out and cut your co** off. You will always be a nutless mentally ill man bottom line,” wrote Strickland.
Strickland is known for his highly controversial comments on sensible topics. It’s hard to tell if these are his original thoughts or some acts to gather attention online.
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