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“What is a woman?” That is what Daily Wire host Matt Walsh wants to know. It seems like a simple question, yet with today’s gender ideology and activism, getting a clear answer appears elusive.

Walsh, a husband, father, host, speaker, and author, travels the country and beyond in a new documentary asking this very question and trying to find a definite answer, only to be met with confusion and hostility from those telling children that they can change their sex.

“I sought out experts in every field in the gender theory world — doctors, therapists, psychiatrists, psychologists, politicians, activists, and transgender people themselves — and I put the question to them directly,” Walsh said. “I found — and you’ll see in the film — their arguments collapsed not with hammer blows or a hard push, but with simple questions, because the core of gender ideology is hollow.”

The documentary is available to stream exclusively for Daily Wire members on June 1. Sign up to become a member here.

“Some women have penises, right, some men have vaginas,” one “gender affirmation therapist” tells Walsh in the trailer revealed Saturday.

In one pivotal exchange, a person tells Walsh that “women only know what women are,” to which Walsh asks: “Are you a cat?”

The person replies: “No.”

“Can you tell me what a cat is?” Walsh asks.

The person looks down before walking away.

In anticipation for the film, The Daily Wire has sent billboard trucks to Washington, D.C., where a Women’s March is taking place, asking: “If you can’t define what a woman is, how can you have a women’s march?”

A billboard advertising the documentary will also appear in Times Square.

The radical gender theory movement “has mounted pressure and cancelation campaigns against companies and individuals to scare them into adopting their agenda without ever having to give a coherent argument,” The Daily Wire said earlier this year in a press release regarding the documentary. Walsh’s documentary “allows their hollow arguments to speak for themselves — and come crashing down right before the viewers’ very eyes,” the statement added.