Biden Interior Secretary Promotes Homosexual Drag Queen
Tennis legend Martina Navratilova wasn't happy with a video showing Interior Secretary Deb Haaland discussing "how places such as Stonewall are important to telling America's story" with drag queen and activist Pattie Gonia.
Haaland was seen standing with Gonia outside the Stonewall National Monument in New York City in the short clip, which was shared by Haaland Monday on X.
"Is this a joke?" Navratilova wrote in a post responding to the video. "The pathetic parody of women continues."
The 18-time Grand Slam winner also fired back at one X user who wrote: "Butch lesbians always faced the same derision. 'Not really a woman.'
"We should all embrace each other. And this is a drag queen, not a trans person. They're certainly not trying to pass for female!"
Navratilova, 66, responded by writing: "And how exactly are we supposed to know the difference? And please do not compare males to butch females. Thank you."
Navratilova went back and forth with others in separate posts, writing: "And you will never convince me to stop fighting for equal rights for women - thank you."
The Czech-American - who's previously taken issue with transgender women competing in female sports - also hit back at another X user that called her a bigot.
"Again- if protecting women's sex based spaces makes a bigot, then I am a bigot," Navratilova replied. "And thank you for caring about women.
"Btw- I support trans men competing in men's sports or women's sports if they don't take any drugs. Trans women cannot compete against women- it's called biology."