Shopping centres and schools have only just finished installing their new ‘gender neutral’ toilets to go alongside the men’s, ladies’ and transgender ones and now it looks like they’ll have to put in one for the genderless aliens amongst us!
This comes after Vinny Ohh, 22, from Los Angeles, has reportedly had more than $50,000 of surgery to make himself look like an alien.
Apparently he now wants to spend a further $160,000 to have his belly button, nipples and genitals removed in a bid to become genderless.
He says he hopes to ‘inspire’ the world with his outer space identity.
Hmm, I’m not sure about that. He looks more like a shop mannequin to me.
Everyone knows aliens are small, grey creatures.
But I guess that if Vinny is short of the money to fund procedures, there would always be a job for him in the Marks & Spencer Christmas window display.
Vinny has said he sees himself adopting children when he is older.
Well, it’s his face, his body. If he wants to turn himself into a freak show, that’s up to him, he’s made that choice and has the freedom to do so.
He’ll also have to deal with the criticism that will no doubt come with it.
But I don’t think it’s fair that he brings this upon any children he chooses to raise. Imagine being brought up by a genderless alien!
Kids can be cruel at the best of times, so I reckon going to school would be absolute hell for them.
And what’s going to happen on sports day when the school is required to accommodate a genderless alien race alongside the one for the other parents?
On the plus side, though, when the real aliens land and are going house to house rounding us all up, Vinny will be well camouflaged.
People have suggested he may have mental health issues and is possibly sufering from some sort of body dysmorphia.
So what sort of surgeon would carry out such procedures?
I don’t know the answer to that, but I reckon that they enjoy plenty of holidays on their yacht as a result of such lucrative work.
IT WAS SUPPOSED TO BE DISCREET AND ENDED UP ANYTHING BUT
A 50-year-old Japanese man named Joji was recently found buried beneath a six-tonne collection of X-rated magazines that filled his flat.
Apparently no-one knows whether he was crushed when some of the huge piles of magazines fell on top of him, or if he had suffered a heart attack and fell into them.
His body was only found six months later when the landlord entered the flat to find out why the rent had not been paid.
We would not know any of this were it not for a member of the cleaning team who were hired to remove the magazines discreetly so as not to alert the neighbours and save the man’s family from shame.
Well that didn’t work very well then, did it?
A CASE OF TRYING TO CREATE AN ISSUE WHERE THERE ISN’T ONE
There’s been some outrage after a couple with Down’s syndrome were asked to stop kissing when staff at a youth club deemed their behaviour inappropriate, despite them both being over 18.
Their mothers have now set up another club for adults with disabilities.
I’m sorry, but I find it unlikely they were told to stop kissing based purely on the fact that they had Down’s.
I think people have just jumped to conclusions here.
The youth club probably has rules about these things and they apply to everyone.
Those saying the couple wouldn’t have been treated like this if they didn’t have Down’s don’t know that for sure.
I reckon it’s a case of trying to create an issue where there isn’t one.