Saturday 4 June 2022

REVIEW: What Is a Woman? - A Documentary by Matt Walsh

Review by Jon Donnis
So, I heard that critics are refusing to watch What Is a Woman, A Documentary by Matt Walsh, the reasoning they claim is that Matt is transphobic and that the Documentary is cruel and offensive. I suspect the reality is that these "film critics" fear the "woke mob" and extremist Trans activists might call them naughty words, so are staying well away.

However I have been taking on the very worst in society for over 20 years, so I am always willing to give anyone a chance, and deal with the consequences that come with it.

The question of "What Is a Woman?" would have seemed silly to ask just 5 or 10 years ago, the answer of course being a simple one, a woman is an adult human female. If you wanted to get more scientific, I read the following online which seemed pretty clear.

"Typically, women have two X chromosomes and are capable of pregnancy and giving birth from puberty until menopause. Female anatomy is distinguished from male anatomy by the female reproductive system, which includes the ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, vagina, and vulva. The adult female pelvis is wider, the hips broader, and the breasts larger than that of adult males. Women have significantly less facial and other body hair, have a higher body fat composition, and are on average shorter and less muscular than men."

Unfortunately, in the modern era, the whole discussion of what is a woman, has become political nightmare. In part due to the fact that people don't want to be accused of being a bigot, and also the fear of being attacked by an increasingly violent and extremist activist group.

Matt Walsh decided to take on the question and interview people from all walks of life, and ask them that very simple question, which in Western Society seems to be the hardest question to answer in 2022.

The film hits highs and lows. Some of the answers, or should that be non-answers are hilarious, the mental gymnastics that some "professionals" will do to avoid answering the question is embarrassing, but there is also a more serious side to what is seemingly harmless question.

The interview with Scott Newgent, Founder of Trevoices, a trans man, is a tough watch, and perhaps one reason why mainstream critics are refusing to watch, because how can you listen to Scott's experiences and not be angry at the medical community who push people to have life altering surgery. It is the highlight of the film, and it will bring a tear to your eye.

Matt takes a very logical and science based approach throughout the movie, and when a tribe in the middle of Africa give the most sensible answers to his questions, you have to wonder what on earth happened to Western Civilisation that a random tribe in the middle of Africa with no modern conveniences, are able to speak more sense than PhD professors.

This is the Documentary to watch. 

I score "What Is a Woman? - A Documentary by Matt Walsh" a perfect 10. A must-see Documentary, simple as that.

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