It’s 2020 And “Human Ken” Now Wants to Be “Human Barbie.” No, Really.



A man known as the “Human Ken Doll” has now decided he has always been a Barbie deep, deep down, because of course he has.

On the one hand, this man is, like so many others in this absolutely crazy era of anti-science, defying his very biology by trying to live his life as a member of the opposite sex which, no matter how much plastic surgery he gets or makeup he wears, he will never be.

On the other hand…is there any better example of how laughable the idea that you can change your gender with plastic surgery?

Just as this man has wanted to live his life as a human version of a plastic doll, using an obscene amount of plastic surgery to create artificial facial features, muscle tone, and Lord knows what else, to simply nip, tuck, and contour his way to a Barbie Doll is also a complete and total joke.

Here’s the story, from The Mirror UK:

Posing in a dress and heels, the ­Celebrity Big Brother star said: “It feels ­amazing to finally tell the world I’m a girl.

“I’m known as Ken but inside I’ve always felt like Barbie.”

Hormone injections have given her feminine hips and she now wears a D-cup bra. Blonde hair extensions and fake eyelashes complete the glam look.

Rodrigo, who now likes to be called Roddy with the pronouns “she” and “her”, said: “I finally feel like the real me.

“Glamorous, beautiful and feminine.

“For years I tried to live my life as a man. I had a fake six pack put in, I had fake muscles in my arms but I was lying to myself.

“I’m a woman and have always had a feminine brain. Now my body matches my mind.”

Is there anything more offensive to biological women?

This man believes that sexy lingerie, heels, and false eyelashes are what makes a person feel feminine.

The reasons Roddy feels he is truly a woman are telling, and familiar:

“Growing up, I was very feminine and used to play with dolls and wear my mum’s dresses and heels,” she said. “I had an instinct towards toys and clothes ­designed for females.

“I was bullied at school because I was very feminine. Boys would play football and girls ­volleyball. I’d always be with the girls.

“I was physically abused – I had my face pushed into the urinal and was thrown down the stairs.

“At the age of 13 two boys at school sexually abused me. I was very feminine and weak. I couldn’t defend myself. It was very traumatic.”

We can laugh and scoff at his freakish “transition”, but in Roddy’s case, as well as anyone else who spends their life trying to literally defy their biology, there are some deep-seated mental and spiritual issues behind this man’s unhealthy obsession with manipulating his body.

We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again until common sense makes a comeback: when someone struggles with issues like Roddy does, there is usually a very real reason for it, but it is not because they were “born in the wrong body.”

We need to stop taking the movement to consider unnatural, unsafe plastic surgery and hormone treatments as any sort of cure for these illnesses seriously. These people need real, lasting help, they need prayers and compassion and intervention, and not irreversible freak experiments that only give the loose impression that someone is at long last in the body they long to be in.

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