Hollywood has gone from being apologetic (sic) for transface to openly celebrating the deadly dysphoria causing roles. Such is the case with Michelle Rodriguez and (Re)Assignment a movie in which a cisgender hitman is punished with gender reassignment surgery.
The community smelled a rat when the name of the movie abruptly changed from “Tomboy: A Revenger’s Tale”, to “(Re)Assignment”, but some were eager to give Rodriguez of Fast and Furous fame a free pass. But many of us wondered what other reason could the title change have been made other than to that the cut our community a little deeper?
Rodriguez stumbling over the LGBT acronym while responding ty TMZ about the backlash, She justified her role by comparing her part as a transgender person (TRANSFACE) to Blackface basically telling us we were lucky to have her in a transgenderr’ role of any kind.
POP CRUSH did a great job of breaking down her response: “No press is bad press, baby! You know what I mean?” Rodriguez added. “I remember a day when white people were playing black people. So it’s just about the evolution.”
She then insensitively misgendered and (deadnamed) Caitlyn Jenner before reducing being transgender to a “popular subject matter.”
“Thank Kris Jenner for becoming who he became,” Rodriguez said. “And now you have a popular subject matter that nobody wanted to make a movie about, and now everybody’s on it.”
Bloody Dirty and disheveled Michelle Rodriguez was filmed exiting a building by paparazzi apparently after punishment (SRS surgery).
Michelle Rodriguez (net worth 30 million dollars) knows good and well nothing positive could come from this or she wouldn’t have tried to validate (re)Assignment with that lame blackface comparison. She probably don’t even know or care that transgender students are being sued in 13 states to deny them the right to life.
We do know that Michelle Rodriguez is profiting from our pain and laughing all the way to the bank.