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“What is a woman?” And Other Jeopardy Questions Transphobes Can’t Answer

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LOS ANGELES, CA– “A person who identifies as a woman despite their chromosomes or genital configuration,” is a Jeopardy question that has stumped many transphobes, who are just proving they would be absolutely crushed if they had to go against current Jeopardy champion Amy Schneider.

Schneider, who recently became the first woman to break $1,000,000 on Jeopardy in the next couple of days, has endured a lot of transphobic heat lately, mainly coming from people too dumb to go on Jeopardy.

Other questions haters have been unable to answer include,

“This term that refers to fake feminists, who preach hatred against trans people, is not a slur.”

“This term for a person who identifies with the gender they were assigned at birth is also not a slur.”

“This person ethically and legally won the 2020 US Presidential Election.”

“This Nobel Prize winning deworming medication should not be used for viruses.”

“This is the country that produced most of the 9/11 Terrorists.”

“This is the age of the Earth.”

“A social system where the workers control the means of production.”

“This Fox News host is a racist, whiny little bitch.”

While those criticizing Schneider would undoubtedly creamed by her in everything from a Jeopardy filming to thumb wrestling to checkers, Schneider seems unbothered by the attention. Instead, she has been seen enjoying her fat, fat stacks of cash.