This genderfluid Australian musician has set up a foundation to pay for girls to have their breasts removed
Β· Jun 11, 2024 Β·

I don't know how many times I have to say it, but it's a cult. This whole transgender thing is a cult.

Meet Tash Sultana. Tash, according to her Spotify profile, is a "gender-fluid multi-instrumentalist, producer, singer-songwriter, engineer and entrepreneur." She's got over one billion streams on Spotify, millions of social media followers, and she's sold out some of the hottest arenas on the planet.

Tash also founded the I Am Me Foundation, with a main objective of funding gender transitions for those who can't afford it. Not joking.

From their website:

For certain members of the LGBTQIA+ community, the process of transitioning embodies not only a deeply personal struggle but also a financial hurdle. In recognition of this, we endeavour to offer financial aid to those who lack the means to engage in the transformative processes that align them with their authentic selves. Our foundation operates on a grant-based system, dedicated to providing support for critical aspects such as therapy, hormone treatments, and surgical interventions.

Quite literally, the I Am Me Foundation helps people remove their perfectly healthy breasts and genitals. That's what they do. It's their mission.

So with as much pride as humanly possible, this Pride Month, I Am Me handed out their first grant to a woman who will soon have her perfectly healthy breasts removed, and Tash Sultana streamed the occasion to her millions of fans on Instagram.

Congrats, Lux!!

You now have a little extra cash so you can mutilate yourself!

And check out all the sponsors Tash Sultana has attached to this post.

Spotify and Rolling Stone just doing their part to help girls cut off their boobs!!!

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