Ja Du, born Adam, considers himself transracial. Meaning, he was born one race but identifies with another. WTSP
Ja Du, born Adam, considers himself transracial. Meaning, he was born one race but identifies with another. WTSP

The latest social justice craze is here — “transracial” individuals who think they are really a different race than the one they were born as. It was inevitable. Here we go.

An article published Monday by USA Today profiles a white dude named Adam who now believes he is Filipino and calls himself “Ja Du,” and drives a “Tuk Tuk,” a Filipino vehicle.

LOL — Sorry…..Just come on humans…..Get it together! Next, you are going to be telling me there are drag queen painting their penises in glitter and posing for pictures with kids. Oh, wait — that is happening too. See: Drag Queen Festival In Austin Texas Highlights The Over-Sexualization Of Children In America.

The piece reads, “Ja Du is part of a small but growing number of people who call themselves transracial. The term once referred only to someone (or a couple) of a one race adopting a child of another, but now it’s becoming associated with someone born of one race who identifies with another.”

Speaking in regards to Filipino culture, “Du” says, “Whenever I’m around the music, around the food, I feel like I’m in my own skin.”

He is not just transracial, however. He is also transsexual and is thinking about changing his gender too.

Imagine my shock….

The article also reports that Facebook groups for transracial people are growing.

The issue of transracial-ism has been floated before when in 2015, Rachel Dolezal, then the president of a local NAACP chapter, was revealed to be a white woman pretending to be black.

At the time, comparisons between Dolezal and transgender people like Caitlyn Jenner were smacked down by the social justice world.

I am sure next we will hear about trans-species. Oh, wait — there is that too! See: This is a WHOLE NEW LEVEL of Liberalism — Transgender-ism (Video).

Is this real life?