The film follows Walsh "as he fearlessly questions the logic behind a gender ideology movement that has taken aim at women and children."
Boreing began a 16-tweet thread by explaining that "Twitter canceled a deal with @realdailywire to premiere What is a Woman? for free on the platform because of two instances of 'misgendering.'"
According to the executive, Twitter seemed "the perfect place to distribute the film and drive the conversation forward on one of the most important topics of our day," because of its "recent commitments to free speech," and at first, that seemed to be the case.
"Twitter responded with enthusiasm and offered us the opportunity to buy a package to host the movie on a dedicated event page and to promote the event to every Twitter user over the first 10 hours," wrote Boreing. "After reviewing the film, though, Twitter let us know that not only could we no longer purchase the package they offered, they would no longer provide us any support and would actually limit the reach of the film and label it as 'hateful conduct' because of 'misgendering.'"