PIERS Morgan has slammed Stella Creasy after she claimed a woman can have a penis.
The TalkTV host lashed out at the Labour MP following her remarks that JK Rowling was wrong for her trans views.
Ms Creasy said she believes some women were born with penises, telling The Telegraph: "But they are now women and I respect that.”
But Piers posted an image of the article on Twitter, saying: "Read this headline and work out who you think is not just wrong but insane."
Ms Creasy spoke out after Harry Potter author Rowling was accused of transphobia last summer when replying to an article with the headline: “Opinion: Creating a more equal post Covid-19 world for people who menstruate.”
She tweeted: “‘People who menstruate’. I’m sure there used to be a word for those people. Someone help me out. Wumben? Wimpund? Woomud?”
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Her remarks led to outrage from Harry Potter stars Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint and Eddie Redmayne.
Rowling also recently revealed she has received death threats after questioning the safety of women in single-sex changing rooms.
Ms Creasy revealed she does not agree with the author and has been called a "bad feminist" as a result.
She said: “JK Rowling doesn’t support self-identification whereas I do. Of course biological sex is real – it’s just not the end of the conversation.
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"I am somebody who would say that a trans woman is an adult human female. I would say that you and I were adult human females.
“As an old fashioned feminist, I’m still fighting the patriarchy. I’m not interested in fighting amongst ourselves. And one of the things that happens to trans women is that they are oppressed because the patriarchy goes, ‘Oh well you’re a woman, right that’s it, let’s pick you apart’.
"So it’s right for me to stand with my trans sisters and say: ‘Let’s fight these battles together’.”
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