Jazz Moise

An indigenous “two-spirit” Saskatchewanian Jazz Moise has lived her dream by walking the runway at New York Fashion Week (NYFW).

Moise was a runway model for Toronto genderless streetwear designer Scott Wabano.

Scott Wabano

Reporter (Saskatchewan)

Christopher Oldcorn is a Saskatchewan Reporter for the Western Standard & Saskatchewan Standard. He studied at the Centre for Investigative Journalism at Goldsmith’s, University of London and served as editor-in-chief of the SaultOnline.

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Here is some of the most effective birth control I have ever seen. And let’s all cheer (pronoun?) on in (pronoun ?) fashion career so (pronoun?) is no longer a teacher.


I don't understand why every single one of these "alphabet people" are butt ugly. Why?


I wonder if normal Natives are offended at having their culture hijacked by the rainbow agenda.


They won't notice, ..drunk or drugged up as most are


Anyone else getting tired of the constant ugliness


This is someone who has a severe mental illness and in need of help, not being encouraged with nonsense like two spirits.


Two spirits? What politically correct malarky is this?

Humanoids have 2 sexes (male (xy) and female (xx) which are esablished at conception. This reality has existed for a few million years at least.

There are people who want to play dress-up and lets pretend. God bless them and we should let them indulge in their fantasy cults so long as long as they are legal adults and DON'T draw use public resources to draw other adults/children into their games of 'let's pretend'.

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