Rose Montoya, a transgender influencer and model, was among hundreds of participants welcomed by President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden on June 10. The celebration at the White House's South Lawn was described by officials as the largest Pride event ever hosted at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
"I had the honor of attending White House Pride, the largest one in history where the Pride flag flew for the first time," the MTF model captioned his TikTok video of the event. "This is trans joy. We're here at the White House unapologetically trans, queer and brown."
The clip featured the president delivering remarks, alongside the model having selfies with the first couple and other attendees. In one brief shot, Montoya posed in between two female-to-male (FTM) transgenders. The mock woman used his hands to cover his breasts, while the two mock men showed off their "top scars" following mastectomy.
Conservatives put in their two cents on the video when it went viral on Twitter.
Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk shared the video, calling it "graphic." The Libs of TikTok account, meanwhile, called the White House Pride event "a disgrace to [the] country."
"These are the 'bravest and most inspiring people [President Joe] Biden has ever known," Collin Rugg of Trending Politics sarcastically noted. "The country you once knew is gone."
The Biden administration quickly moved when news of Montoya's actions went viral. A spokesperson said on June 13 that the MTF model was now persona non grata at future White House events for "inappropriate and disrespectful" behavior.
"This behavior is inappropriate and disrespectful for any event at the White House," the spokesperson told the New York Post. "It is not reflective of the event we hosted to celebrate LGBT families or the other hundreds of guests who were in attendance. Individuals in the video will not be invited to future events." (Related: Pride month is a cynical exercise in state-enforced homosexuality.)
Amid criticism of his actions during the June 10 event, Montoya posted a video on Instagram justifying his shameless behavior at the White House grounds.
"It has recently come to my attention that conservatives are trying to use the video of me topless at the White House to try to call the [LGBT] community groomers," Montoya said in the June 13 video.
"I would just like to say that, first of all, going topless in Washington, D.C. is legal. I fully support the movement in freeing the nipple – because why is my chest now deemed inappropriate or illegal when I show it off? However, before coming out as trans, it was not."
Montoya then pulled off a reverse psychology card, claiming that the criticisms against his actions only affirm his "womanhood." He continued: "All you're doing is saying that trans women are women because, for some reason, people like to sexualize women's bodies and say that they are inappropriate."
According to him, his decision to go topless on the White House lawn was influenced by the FTM individuals he posed with. Montoya explained: "My transmasculine friends are showing off their top surgery scars and living in joy, and I wanted to join them. Because it is perfectly within the law in Washington, D.C., I decided to join them and cover my nipples just to play it safe."
Ultimately, the MTF transgender justified his decision "because [he] wanted to be fully free and [be himself.]
"I had zero intention of trying to be vulgar or be profane in any way. I was simply living in joy, living my truth and existing in my body. Happy Pride. Free the nipple."
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Watch this video of Rose Montoya on the White House grounds, including his topless stunt.
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