White Man Believes He Is A Filipino Woman - VIDEO

More complete insanity driven the left. This Florida white man believes he is a Filipino woman, similar to Rachel Dolezal. Newsflash: He's not.

The man's name is Adam. Adam calls himself "Ja Du" which is after a mother of one of his co-workers. He describes her as the type of personality he wants to emulate. He said:

My mom works with a lot of people who are migrating to the United States; you know, from all over the world. Like the staff is almost entirely made up of people who emigrate here. One of her best friends from work is named Ja Du, and she’s so nice; she’s cute; she’s really, really fun. It just had a ring to it. I love that name. That’s what I want to be; I want to be that happy person.

Ja Du went on to say that he is a transexual that is considering changing his gender. He has spoke about this issue with his mother and family, though they have not spoken about the transracial side of it.

Per Daily Wire:

Ja Du travels in a bright purple vehicle he refers to as a “Tuk Tuk,” a seeming rickshaw that he notes is used for public transit in the Philippines. He said he grew up partaking in Filipino culture, from sampling the food to participating in Filipino events. He stated, “Whenever I’m around the music, around the food, I feel like I’m in my own skin. … I’d watch the history channel sometimes for hours, you know, whenever it came to that and you know nothing else intrigued me more but things about Filipino culture.”

Ja Du said he was aware that claiming he is Filipino would make him more likely to receive an ethnic scholarship, but insists that his embracing a Filipino identity has nothing to do with that. He told Garin Flowers of WTSP, “I believe people will [take advantage] just like other people have taken advantage of their identity to get their way, but the difference between me and them, Garin, is that I don’t want that. I think that we all have the freedoms to pursue happiness in our own ways.”

White Man Believes He Is A Filipino Woman

How out of touch can you get? At what point does the left say, "OK you've gone far enough, let's reel it back in"?


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