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Trump Tweets support of Pride Month then Reelection Campaign

Trump Tweets support of Pride Month then Reelection Campaign

From the You just can’t make this crap up file. Today a staffer (obvs) tweeting on behalf of the illiterate bag o bone spurs announced his support of Pride Month, a global campaign to decriminalize of homosexuality, then after a self-congratulatory retweet of Fox propaganda, his reelection announcement. All were quickly deposed of on tweeter […]

Don’t kiss anyone wearing a Trump Pride Tee Shirt This June

Don’t kiss anyone wearing a Trump Pride Tee Shirt This June

No matter how much they pay you, threaten, berate, or take your rights away from you, do not kiss anyone wearing a Trump Pride Tee Shirt this June. One thing I’ll say, that douchebag and his skittering minions know how to get his brand out there. Awoke to the headline from Logo: Why in the Queer […]

Revisiting old Friends from the Closet

Revisiting old Friends from the Closet

I loved Friends when it came out in the ’90s. Youthful and edgy, my white Friends in nearby NYC explored taboos that were near and dear to my closeted LGBT heart. This was the ’90s at the very beginning of my gender journey before the word transgender was said in public. Even so, I couldn’t […]

Nine Million agree, Trans Woman Piyah Martell is One in a Million

Nine Million agree, Trans Woman Piyah Martell is One in a Million

Piyah Martell said that being born with a shortened spine makes her unique.  Over 9 million have watched her facebook video in two days might agree that it’s her spirit and beauty that makes her one in a million. Martell posted on FaceBook “Oh my gosh first and foremost I just want to thank everyone for […]

Twitter’s @JACK gets no love for meeting with Trump

Twitter’s @JACK gets no love for meeting with Trump

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey met with Donald Trump on Tuesday earning him begrudging admiration from some followers, but only contempt from the two-faced traitor. Great meeting this afternoon at the @WhiteHouse with @Jack from @Twitter. Lots of subjects discussed regarding their platform, and the world of social media in general. Look forward to keeping an […]

Transgender Kenyan Audrey Mbugua: Winning The Fight for Human Rights

Transgender Kenyan Audrey Mbugua: Winning The Fight for Human Rights

Audrey Mbugua is gentle, yet fierce in a way only a true trans warrior can be. Arguably one of Kenya’s most prolific advocates, Audrey is about to gain the world stage in May when she addresses the 2019 Oslo Freedom Forum. Ms. Mbugua will join with other notable people, including former heads of state, winners […]

A call for help: College Professor harassing transgender woman online

A call for help: College Professor harassing transgender woman online

Apparently, without rhyme or reason, a college professor from Louisiana targeted a transgender woman Monday for non-stop harassment on both Facebook and Twitter. Even after being warned of legal and professional consequences James Blain, Adjunct professor at Sowela Technical Community College continued to attack transgender woman Danielle Muscato. Monday morning James Blain, an Adjunct professor […]

Don’t Fence Me In

Don’t Fence Me In

Young trans boys want the same things as any other boys growing up. I was no different. I liked being outside and getting dirty and I wouldn’t be surprised if I’d have broken records for wearing through the knees of my jeans. I’m pretty sure I mastered that challenge with a record time of less […]

McNutt’s legislators home intrusions gets Constitutional carry gun bill tossed

McNutt’s legislators home intrusions gets Constitutional carry gun bill tossed

The so-called Constitutional Carry law would permit open or concealed carry without a permit and would eliminate the basic training criteria for firearm proficiency and safe handling. That’s nuts. And that is what Chris McNutt executive director of Texas Gun Rights was getting. Until he took it upon himself to act in anger over of […]

Opening the Door to Therapy

Opening the Door to Therapy

I was the eldest son in a family of six kids. But it wasn’t always this way and certainly wasn’t at all obvious to anyone but me – on the outside. Or if anyone had noticed, they certainly never said a word. You see, I was actually the second oldest child and born in a […]

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