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Transgender Woman Complains That Men Aren’t Masculine Enough For Her To Date

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Ali C. Lopez, a transgender influencer, recently found herself in the eye of a viral storm after appearing on a dating and relationships podcast. In an interview with Fox News Digital, she shared her thoughts on society’s increasing sensitivity and her concerns about the declining perception of masculinity.

For Lopez, the sudden fame brought about by becoming an internet meme has been a surreal experience. She described it as an “out-of-body experience,” and despite being relatively new to the world of viral internet fame, she acknowledged the rollercoaster of emotions that comes with it. “There’s good, bad, exciting, nervous. It’s just all over the place,” Lopez confessed.

Her journey into internet stardom began when she appeared on the podcast “Whatever,” known for its passionate debates on feminism, traditional values, and gender roles. Little did she know that this appearance would make her the subject of a meme that poked fun at her appearance.

In her conversation with Fox News Digital, Lopez shed light on the challenges of dating in the modern age, specifically addressing her concerns about the declining perception of masculinity in society. She expressed her desire to find a partner who embodies traditionally masculine qualities, such as the ability to perform tasks like fixing a flat tire. However, she noted that finding individuals with these qualities has become increasingly challenging.

Lopez emphasized the importance of men stepping up and embracing their roles as providers and protectors in relationships. She observed a growing trend where some men expect women to take on a greater share of responsibilities while contributing less themselves. Lopez advocates for a more balanced approach, suggesting that couples should aim for a 50/50 contribution when it comes to sharing expenses and responsibilities.

One notable moment that catapulted Lopez to internet fame was her candid response when asked to rate her own attractiveness on a scale of 1 to 10 during an episode of “Whatever.” Without hesitation, she confidently stated, “[I’m] a fat f—ing ten.” This moment led to her being affectionately referred to as “Gorlock the Destroyer” in a popular meme that garnered millions of views on TikTok and YouTube Shorts.

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