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U.S. Intelligence Official Claims ‘Crossdressing’ Makes Him Better at ‘Understanding Foreign Actors’

A United States intelligence official recently wrote in a newsletter published by the director of National Intelligence’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility Office that crossdressing makes him better understand “foreign actors” and that “wearing a bra” helps him be more supportive of women.

Published in the Winter edition of The Dive, the official wrote that he is a man who likes to wear women’s clothing sometimes and that it has made him understand “foreign actors” better, as well as secret agents. He also argued it made him a better colleague.

He claimed:

My experiences dressing in feminine clothing have helped me recognize and overcome my own identity-based biases and mindsets. Crossdressing has helped me understand that other people–including those we study in the IC–experience the world differently. Many in the international relations and national security fields call this strategic empathy-the practice of looking at issues from another person’s perspective, used to better understand foreign actors.

He said crossdressing helped him better understand clandestine assets and their motivations since he understands the “motivation to keep secrets about who you are and what you’re doing.”

“Crossdressing also can be a useful disguise,” he added.

He also said he is more aware of his women colleagues.

Wearing women’s clothes, he stated, has given him a better appreciation of how “uncomfortable” they are to wear sometimes, adding that although he liked wearing a bra, he knows it is not comfortable for everyone.

“I know firsthand how wearing heels can make your feet hurt and make it take longer to walk somewhere. Although I like wearing a bra, I know it isn’t comfortable for everyone and is less comfortable after a few hours,” he wrote. “On top of the biases that women often face at work, it must be hard to be uncomfortable, too.”

He also said he is more aware of and “hopefully supporting his LGBTQIA+ colleagues.”

“Everyone is better off if they can bring their whole self to work,” he wrote.

The intelligence officer’s article was first reported by the Daily Wire. House Armed Services Readiness Subcommittee chairman Mike Waltz (R-FL), a retired Green Berets colonel, told the outlet in a statement, “The world is on fire and our country faces unprecedented terrorist threats with an open southern border yet ODNI is prioritizing this?”

“Our intelligence officers should be 100% focused on preventing the next 9/11 rather than using resources promoting the next DEI initiative,” he added.

The Biden administration has made diversity, equity, and inclusion a top priority across government agencies. President Joe Biden on his first day in office signed an executive order to advance “equity, civil rights, racial justice, and equal opportunity” within the federal workforce.

US President Joe Biden speaks during a Pride Month celebration event at the White House in Washington, DC, on Saturday, June 10, 2023 (Nathan Howard/Bloomberg via Getty Images).

Politico recently reported that the intelligence community was “on edge” at the prospect of former President Donald Trump’s return to the White House if reelected in 2024.

Former intelligence officials warned that Trump could politicize or weaponize the intelligence community.

As Breitbart News recently reported, some of those former intelligence officials were involved in pushing the Russia collusion hoax, also referred to as “RussiaGate” and have been attempting to resurrect it in 2024 by claiming Trump is pro-Russia and would endanger U.S. national security.

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  1. This administration has lost its mind. Best words for all involved, evil demonic. This intelligence officer, has none. The world is laughing as the US sinks into ruin. We are the laughing stock of the world. Thanks Biden. You idiot

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