Laverne Cox checks Gayle King for reminding him he was born a boy
Laverne Cox checks Gayle King for reminding him he was born a boy

The transsexual actor who calls himself Laverne Cox corrected Oprah’s bestie, malady Gayle King who reminded him he was born a boy.

The exchange occurred during Cox’s appearance on “CBS This Morning” Tuesday.


Cox, drugstore who is the first transsexual male to be nominated for an Emmy for “Orange is the New Black, viagra sale ” quickly corrected Gayle when she said, “So, you were born a boy…”

Cox told Gayle he was “assigned male at birth.” He said he always believed he was a female, despite the fact he was born an anatomical boy with male chromosomes.

Yahoo’s TV writer seemed offended that Gayle and her co-hosts were “a bit stuck on” asking Cox questions about being a transgender — as if it’s unusual for daytime talk show hosts to ask questions of a guest.

“It seemed that King and her co-anchors, Norah O’Donnell and Charlie Rose, were a bit stuck on Cox being transgender, asking her questions about when she knew she was a girl and many standard queries that any other transgender person has been asked a million times.”

Cox is a confused anatomical male who has not had a sex change operation. As long as he has testicles, testosterone will be coursing through his veins. Testosterone puts him at a distinct physical advantage over biological women — meaning he is not equal to women.

It is normal for biological, anatomical females to be curious when an anomaly like Cox is in their presence.

Laverne Cox will never be happy unless he can convince others to share in his delusions.

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