The appointment of Munroe Bergdorf, a transgender activist, as an ambassador by the United Nations to advocate for the “empowerment of women” has recently taken place.

Munroe Bergdorf, a male model and broadcaster who has undergone multiple surgical procedures in an attempt to present as a “female,” has been designated as the UN’s “Women’s Champion.”

Nevertheless, this decision has sparked a significant backlash, with various women’s rights organizations voicing their “displeasure and dissatisfaction.”

The UK Times reports:

“Seventeen women’s rights groups have signed a letter to the charity UN Women UK expressing concern about its choice of a transgender woman [sic]as its ‘UK champion’.” UN Women presents itself as the organization dedicated to promoting “gender equality and the empowerment of women.”

The organization asserts its commitment to advancing “gender equality and the empowerment of women.” However, the UN group has selected a man to serve as the UK’s representative for women.

Fair Play For Women, a campaign group, strongly criticized the appointment of a male individual posing as a “woman.” The group argues that this decision undermines the credibility of authentic women.

“In December the UN Women’s UK committee appointed a male who presents in a highly sexualized stereotype of womanhood as an ambassador for women,” the statement reads.

“UN Women has made a point of demonstrating that it considers males can become women.

“It’s disappointing to see the UK committee go so far as to select a male to represent women.

“Their credibility is in tatters.”

In a scathing letter condemning the announcement, multiple organizations stated that “The female population of the UK is more than 33 million, yet you have ignored every one of us and chosen a male.”

They also state that “Bergdorf’s gender presentation embodies the objectification which most women reject as a particularly demeaning example of offensive gender stereotypes.”

The rights groups also point out that “Bergdorf’s well-publicized activism is not pro-women.

“This person has objected to women making references to our female bodies.”

They continue, “Yet many issues affecting women, such as FGM, child marriage and forced marriage, reproductive rights, male violence against women and girls, rape as a war crime, pregnancy and maternity healthcare, and more, are inextricably linked with our female biology.

“How can this person be a champion of women if these issues are deemed unmentionable?”

The organizations additionally highlight that Bergdorf has a questionable past.

“Bergdorf resigned as an adviser on LGBT+ to the UK Labour Party after previous homophobic and racist posts on social media were revealed.

“These included saying that ‘all white people’ are ‘violent racists’ and ‘f**k you, stupid dirty and smelly n**ga.’

“There are numerous examples of homophobic messaging, using expressions like ‘faggot’ and ‘old poof,’ ‘hairy barren lesbian” and “barren…hairy dyke.’

In 2017, L’Oréal decided to sever ties with Bergdorf after he made racially charged remarks, asserting that all individuals of Caucasian descent are inherently racist and should face consequences for their actions.

“Most of y’all don’t even realize or refuse to acknowledge that your existence, privilege, and success as a race is built on the backs, blood, and death of people of color.

“Your entire existence is drenched in racism.”