ABC’s “Hit and Miss” Dumps On Transgender Again. But This Time It’s Our Moms They Attack.

It takes contemptuous awareness of a minorities sensitivities to do the damage ABC tried to do with Work it and continues to do with Hit and Miss down under.

And it keeps getting worst by the episode.

From Australian Broadcasting Cooperation, ABC2, more pain.

Episode Synopsis
Episode 2 9:30pm Monday, November 12 2012:
“Riley (Karla Crome) reluctantly agrees for Mia (Chloe Sevigny) to take Leonie (Roma Christensen) to a ballet class. Surrounded by real mothers Mia feels out of place.”

My take on episode 2….Of course Mia would feel out of place, maybe even embarrassed to have her worthlessness exposed so vividly. How could she, a pre operative transgender pretender ever live up to the standards set by real mothers, dick or no dick?

Supposing we yank Chloe and put in someone else…

Episode 2
Riley (Karla Crome) reluctantly agrees for Mia (Michell Obama) to take Leonie (Roma Christensen) to a ballet class. Surrounded by real mothers Mia feels out of place.

My take on the rewritten Episode 2? Of course Mia would feel out of place, maybe even embarrassed to have her worthlessness exposed so vividly. How could she, a black woman pretend ever to live up to the standards set by white mothers?

The second scenarios not entertaining, amusing or even acceptable. Why? Because black people would burn your pathetic little ABC house down, that’s why.

I think we should burn your pathetic little ABC house down for doing what you are to transgender people.

We are human beings of equal worth regardless of our plumbing just as cisgender people are. Treat us as such. Period.

You can convey your love of our moms to the Australian Broadcasting Cooperation using their contact form by clicking here.

The Australian Anti-Discrimination Board isn’t taking any more complaints blaming it on a ‘lack of resources. That’s news to me. They were before when we recently complained to them about Tevor Ashley’s play titled “trAnnie” which was subsequently appropriately retitled  “trAshley”.

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Kelli Busey an outspoken gonzo style journalist has been writing since 2007. In 2008, she brought the Dallas Advocate on-line and has articles published by the Reconciling Ministries Network, The Transsexual Menace, The Daily Kos, Frock Magazine the TransAdvocate, the Dallas Voice and The Advocate. Kelli, an avid runner is editor in chief at Planet Transgender which she founded in 2007.

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