Let me ask you a question. Picture a woman talking with a man on a reality television show. "Would you date me?" she asks.
"Not if you're a woman," he replies, trying to make his preferences known.
Then, in response, she tries to kiss the man. The advance is rejected, leading to the woman storming off.
Would anyone object to that? Probably not. A gay man facing something like this, it seems, would receive public support. But if a man did that to a woman, she'd be tweeting it with a #MeToo hashtag at the end.
Too bad R&B singer Ginuwine isn't getting the same consideration.
You see, this exact scenario happened to him on the UK version of the TV show "Big Brother." The only difference was that the woman was a transgender and Ginuwine has no interest in trans women.