Boy George Mocks the Idea of Pronouns, Even Doubles Down When Woke Twitter Comes for Him

Fun fact! George Alan O’Dowd, better known by his stage name of “Boy George,” isn’t a fan of politically correct culture and is, even now, making that pretty clear to the woke mob who aren’t very pleased with him.

As first reported by the Daily Wire, O’Dowd took to Twitter on Monday and left a simple message for everyone.

“Leave your pronoun’s at the door!” he tweeted.

Needless to say, there were quite a few people who didn’t appreciate that level of flippancy when it came to their fee-fees, and he began getting responses almost immediately. Like Rowling before him, however, the Brit didn’t wilt and he began poking fun at those who were angry.

“As much as I love you, that does sound quite ridiculous,” said one Twitter user.

“You must refer to me as ‘Napoleon’ and that’s as ridiculous as it gets! I used the ladies toilet throughout the 80s!” responded O’Dowd.

As the Daily Wire pointed out, this wasn’t O’Dowd’s first time brushing off the pronoun nonsense brought to us by online trans mobs. One Twitter user sent out a plea to use people’s preferred pronouns, even if they don’t

“PLEASE use trans people’s correct pronouns EVEN IF you hate the person you’re talking about otherwise you’re insinuating trans peoples’ pronouns are a privilege that can be taken away at your will rather than a right they’re entitled to,” a Twitter user posted.

O’Dowd has also expressed the fact that he’s over PC culture before in a conversation with musical artist Marc Almond.

“Yes, all this PC stuff is giving me a headache too,” he told Almond.

O’Dowd is yet another celebrity who is actively resisting the woke mob. Others include comedian Dave Chappelle, Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, Star Wars actor John Boyega, and of course, Ricky Gervais.

As time goes on, we may see more and more mainstream celebrities openly defy the progressive left’s social justice culture, and not a moment too soon.

Brandon Morse
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