Callous internet trolls ridiculed a transgender woman after she posted images of herself wearing a prom dress for sale.
Kimberly Foster has been referred as “that” and “a man in a dress” several times since posting the sale on Facebook page Bargains R Us Glasgow.
Kimberly posted two photographs wearing the size 12-14 dress with a fluffy cream jacket over the top.
Almost immediately, she was inundated with offensive comments ridiculing her on her appearance and questioning what sex she is.
But brave Kimberley has responded to the taunts by putting up for sale and modeling a further three dresses, reports the Daily Record.
Kimberley, from Glasgow , went online to sell her £15 prom dress on Tuesday and within hours was being ridiculed.
David Black wrote: “Is that a guy’s dress?”, later adding: “How does that song go by Shania Twain?”
After one user responded “Man I Feel Like a Woman”, he said: “That’s the one.”
Audrey Richardson wrote: “Is that a man if so he’s stunning.”
Karen Forsyth said: “Is it a guy in a dress?”, before Audrey responded: “I got my head bit off for asking.”
Laurraine Mclafferty also weighed into the comments writing: “No wonder. Have you ever known a woman with an Adam’s apple. You just had to ask. Howling.”
But women praised Kimberly for sharing the photos and commented on how good she looks.
Nicole Kelly wrote: “Wish I looked that good in a dress.”
Alison Devenay said: “I think it’s absolutely shocking the comments I’m reading. You should all be ashamed of your self.
“The dress is lovely Kimberly.”
And Lorraine Newlands wrote: “I think he looks stunning and well done for the pic, takes a lot of courage.”
Ignoring the negative comments, a defiant Kimberly posted three images this morning wearing another three dresses – including a white wedding dress.
She has so far kept a dignified silence and not responded to any of the messages.
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