The first article I read about the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition’s project “I Am: Trans people speak” was from the Boston Edge article: “Crazy Trannies Invade Ladies Room! MTPC Dispels Common Myths”.
The Boston Edge’s title not only places transgender people past the outer limits of social acceptability, it uses a hateful word to accomplish that, but it doesn’t suprise me a bit. The Boston Edge belongs to same Gay.com network that rebroadcast the Dallas Voice’s vicious Campaign against me to normalize the word defamatory word “tranny”.
So of course the Boston Edge jumped on the opportunity to use that defamation, one more time.
The lone comment as of this publishing was from anonymous who wrote
“The use of the word “trannies” in your title for this article without quotation marks was uncalled for and is exactly the type of misprint that is all to common in this clearly cissexist publication that makes too many grammatical errors when it comes to the Trans Community and our identities.”
MTPC doesn’t have anyone to blame for inviting that title or the perception from the greater population we are a threat in restrooms. The MTPC championed the states bill sans public accommodation provisions, and now they have the nearly insurmountable job of proving to Massachusetts people Trans people are normal enough they should be allowed the dignity the rest of the states population takes for granted.
When obviously before they were not.
But I’m not here to beat the MPTC up for trying, after all they are family, misled family, but family after all so here’s the video…