The internet is bubbling about the transgender woman who was rejected by R&B singer Genuwine. As the story unfolds, should this be labeled a human rights issue? KD Bowe dishes on the incident below in “A Voice of Reasoning”.
“This story about Genuwine, it’s a mess. The transgender woman took her shot, she shot her shot, at Genuwine, and she failed miserably. Why is this an issue? Why is this a human rights issue? You wanted to kiss the man, and he said no. He’s not interested in you. He’s not into you like that. At some point, we all have to understand, that you don’t have the right to do whatever you want to do. If I wanna walk up to Halle Berry and kiss her in the mouth, I can’t do it if she’s not interested. I can’t do it because I’m married, and my wife will kill all of us. But that’s besides the point. You have a choice in the matter about what you want to do.”
“Now, for those that have that argument, what if she said “I don’t wanna date a black man because he’s black.”? Different story, but still got that right. You don’t have the right to say, “I won’t hire this man because he’s black.”. Different story.. Matters of the heart, matters of law, you shot your shot, you got shot down. I don’t know what you want me to tell you.”