British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak says 'of course' 100% of women do not have penises
"When it comes to these issues of protecting women’s rights, women’s spaces, I think the issue of biological sex is fundamentally important," Sunak said.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is standing against far-left claims about gender by saying "of course" 100% of women do not have penises.
Sunak's comments came during an interview Friday with ConservativeHome, a news outlet covering the United Kingdom's Conservative Party, after Labour Party Leader Sir Keir Starmer told The Sunday Times: "For 99.9% of women, it is completely biological . . . and of course, they haven’t got a penis."
ConservativeHome Editor Paul Goodman mentioned Starmer's remarks and asked Sunak whether 100% of women do not have penises, to which the Conservative Party leader replied, "Yeah, of course."
"We should always have compassion and understanding and tolerance for those who are thinking about changing their gender," Sunak continued. "But when it comes to these issues of protecting women’s rights, women’s spaces, I think the issue of biological sex is fundamentally important when we think about those questions."