Wendy Williams Offers Tearful Apology After Being Met With Backlash For Telling Gay Men To Stop Wearing Skirts And Heels
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Wendy Williams shed a single tear after apologizing for a homophobic remark she made on air on Thursday, February 13th.

The incident in question showed up when Williams was talking about "Galentine's Day," a fictional holiday on February 13th created by Parks & Recreation.


A man in the audience was clapping along with the women in celebration of Galentine's Day, which caused Williams to respond:

"If you're a man and you're clapping, you're not even a part of this. I don't care if you're gay."
"You don't get a [menstrual period] every 28 days. You can do a lot that we do, but I get offended by the idea that we go through something you will never go through."
"Stop wearing our skirts and our heels. Girls, what do we have for ourselves? You'll never be the woman that we are, no matter how gay!""


Folks were quick to call out the incident as both homophobic and transphobic.

Williams said once she returned home and watched the episode, she realized the damage that had been done.

She released a single-tear-streaked apology on YouTube.


Williams said that her off-color remarks:

"maybe sounded like your auntie, your mother, your big sister or somebody out of touch".
"I'm not out of touch. Except for perhaps yesterday by saying what I said...I deeply apologize and I deeply appreciate the support that I get from the community. I will do better."

Folks were not so easily convinced that the apology was genuine.

People are pointing out the inconsistencies of Wendy's attitude toward the LGBTQ+ community over the years.

Wendy has not commented again or addressed the depth of her apology any further, but the LGBTQ+ community continues to set a standard of care and not apologize for being upset when someone violates it.

Let's all #DoBetter.

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