How is The Matrix a Trans Allegory?

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Matrix a Trans Allegory
Matrix a Trans allegory
Naz Perez says now is a good time to take your red pill. I couldn’t agree more.

I’ll admit it. I really didn’t know. Kind of embarrassing since so many seemed to understand.
Just don’t feel too bad.

Keanu Reeves says he didn’t know ‘The Matrix’ was a transgender allegory but thinks it’s ‘cool’

All I knew was that I loved it on a visceral level. And BTW, apropos of nothing I literally popped my HRT just before watching Naz. Then it all started to make sense. Talk about a trans allegory.

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Kelli, Busey is managing editor at Planet Transgender

3 COMMENTS

  1. The Matrix truth about the estrogen pill being “The Red Pill” they’re called Premarin 0.625, which many Transwomen took, including me in the late 1980s and 1990s. The Blue Pill defined outside The Matrix is life unchanged, and acceptance of societies will, over us in reality.

    (Kelli, if you’d rather use this Matrix post feel free to, it’s the one I posted on Netflix and Twitter. Dislike Facebook because of its meanspiritedness in a lawless land for sanctioned hate. BTW if you do not already know, my name (legal) is Charlene Cameron, a community elder, artist, former Sheriff Deputy, and US Army Veteran. I’ve been reading your news page since its beginning and love all the work you’ve done for the trans community).

  2. It’s very true about the estrogen pills being “The Red Pill” they’re called Premarin 0.625, which many girls took, including me in the late 1980s and 1990s. Later in the late 1990s and 2000s, many transwomen, including myself, were injected intramuscularly with the red and white box, brand named Delestrogen (20mg per ml, estradiol valerate). Transwomen were pretty much all underground back then and rarely noticed living and blending in society as women without problems. I have many fond memories of underground support, being invited to private parties and events, free and unquestioned just being who as I’ve always been a woman. As transpeople became more open about being transgender religious condemnation ruled, forcing us to fight for our existence in America.

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