You Couldn’t Make It Up

A few days ago this blog reported on the case of Vancouver man Jonathan Yaniv, who identifies as Jessica and wears little girl style party frocks. In politically correct Canada this is sufficient for him to be legally recognised as a woman.

Revelling in his new, legally but not visually affirmed feminine identity Jessica, who in his male persona as Jonathan is a convicted sex offender, has been harassing female beauticians who refuse to give him a bikini like wax job because – well in short he doesn’t have a bikini line, he still has his big, hairy old male dangly bits. And some ladies in the beauty business do not wish to handle such ugly things.

OK, so why am I repeating all this when it was reported last week? Well, because today I came across this news item at Press For Truth:

“’Jessica’ Yaniv UNHINGED! Press For Truth ASSAULTED At Tribunal Hearings!!! Jonathan Yaniv (who goes by the name ‘Jessica’) wants to FORCE other women to legally have to touch his genitals. While covering the tribunal hearings Dan Dicks of Press For Truth politely requested an interview but was met with an aggressive reaction which led to an assault.”

The whole story is beyond sanity of course, but what is so brilliant here is that the online news site reporter sent to cover the story of the man who wanted a bikini line wax on his cock and balls is called Dan Dicks!

You couldn’t make it up.

And for all you red blooded men out there, here’s another look at the lovely Jessica who, I’m sure you will agree, looks as feminine and alluring as a spotted dick pudding.

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