This Canadian mother wrote a rap against trans bathroom rights. It’s horrible on many levels.

This Canadian mother wrote a rap against trans bathroom rights. It’s horrible on many levels.
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Ever get so worked up on an issue that you have no other choice but to rap about it? This seems to be the case for one Canadian mother, who wrote a rap called "Gender Bender" to protest transgender rights. The "inspired" rap comes after government officials out of Alberta, Canada introduced guidelines to help LGBTQ students feel more comfortable at school. With all the vigor a fed up Canadian could muster, Mom/"rapper" MH Wiebe delivered a performance on par with a nervous third grader presenting a terribly written poem for the class.

If you're brave enough, check out the incredibly cringey video. 

Come on, come on? What’s all the fuss?
Over transgender washrooms we discuss.
Is this really, really, such the issue.
To focus and put our taxes to?
Can we focus rather to educating,
Rather than mere facilitating.
We should stop and calculate the cost,
While teachers jobs take cuts and loss.
Are there six, perhaps, 13 in essence,
Children in Alberta who switch gender pretense.
No, this is not the issue,
To legislate.
Or to pursue.


This is just fender bender.
All over sex and gender.
Can we pick another issue.
Then to change our bathrooms for a few.


Listen, listen, to what I say.
The animal kingdom is smarter this way.
The animals, oh, they lead with more guile.
Their offspring keep their gender in the wild.
If we can’t address male and female.
We’ve lost our purpose, in life we fail.
If our children lose their identity,
This will be sad for our future, you see.
My heart goes to the fatherless and abused,
And I guess that’s why we have some confused.
I am concerned, mother of three.
Keep male and female washrooms where our children can PEE!


This is just fender bender.
All over sex and gender.
Why make reality skewed.
And create identity confused.


Stand up, stand up, children of grace.
Speak up and take your rightful place.
Mothers and fathers are the backbone of society.
Why would we change legislation over notoriety.
If we change legislation, in a generation,
Will result in anger, pain frustration.
Why would we make life so grey?
Please citizens, let’s seize the day!


This is just fender bender.
All over sex and gender.
What about our destiny?
Can we bring stability?

Seize the day, seize the day!
Fathers and mothers begin to pray!
Seize the day, seize the day!
Speak up for children in this way!
Seize the day, seize the day!
Fathers and mothers begin to pray!
Seize the day, seize the day!
Speak up for children in this way!
Seize the day, seize the day!
Fathers and mothers begin to pray!
Seize the day, seize the day!
Speak up for children in this way!
Seize the day!
Seize the day!

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At the end of her lackluster and misinformed transphobic rap, she urges those who "liked the message of the song" to say "no" to Bill 10, which reportedly allows gay-straight alliances in schools. In one three-minute video, Wiebe simultaneously disproved the "nice Canadian" stereotype and confirmed the "white people can't rap" one. 

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