Vice Ganda explains to Tito Sotto what makes a “real” woman and FAILS!

Filipino comedian Vice Ganda misses the point by a mile when he weighed in on the debate around what makes a real woman.

The “It’s Showtime” host said he believes that a woman is not defined by her ability to reproduce, contradicting the statement of Sotto.

Addressing the senate president, Vice Ganda said: “Parang ang baba naman po pala ng tingin nyo sa mga BABAE. Naniniwala po ako na ang mga BABAE ay BABAE di dahil sa obaryo at sa kakayahang bumukaka at umire.

Here’s a reality check, Mr Ganda. Both genders — men and women — are defined by their reproductive roles. In fact, the whole point of sexuality is the production of offspring that contributes to the strengthening and diversity of a species’ gene pool.

Sexual reproduction ensures that there is a constant exchange and dilution of DNA and introduces competition in the propagation of its copies. The costly stuff we do to get someone in bed ensures that the most fit candidate gets to fuck. Today, we are all offspring of ancestors who successfully got some. They all went through the motions of jumping hoops to get someone in the sack with them. And this is why we — and all animals and plants that roam and take root in the earth today — continue to sustain our populations. The diversity of the gene pool makes us resilient to disease and the competition sexual reproduction demands ensures the fittest get to reproduce.

As a final point, you really shouldn’t be mansplaining womanhood to real women, Mr Ganda. It just make you come across as, well, a typical male.

WATCH: Video of Aga Muhlach and Bea Alonzo giving constructive advise to Antonio Trillanes amidst cheering audience

One can see the star power of Filipino actors Aga Muhlach and Bea Alonzo at work as he gives sound advise to Opposition “senator” Antonio Trillanes as he is interviewed by TV host Vice Ganda. Broadcast network ABS-CBN over which the show was aired had since attempted to purge all of the Internet of the “offending” footage but copies of the video continue to emerge. Watch the video here.

“It’s so exhausting. Why? What do you want to happen?”, Muhlach quips as an image of Trillanes is flashed on a big screen. Alonzo chimes in saying “That’s my question, ‘Aren’t you exhausted?’”

Muhlach elaborates further…

Just help [the President]. No, it’s exhausting sometimes. All presidents have been criticized. This president is doing his job. A lot of people are unhappy but my point is whoever is also in power should also help [him].

The Yellowtard-led Opposition had, for its part tried to retaliate against Muhlach by calling for a “boycott” of his recently-released movie First Love which reportedly went on to earn 6 million pesos on its opening day Wednesday.