I'm just me
Posted in Uncategorized on July 20, 2018
Wow! Cathy Brennan telling others not to be nasty on the internet! To quite Paddy McGuiness, “let the pot, meet the kettle”
Kevi Smith-Joyner is the GLSEN Maryland Education & Youth Programs Associate “dedicated to created a safer and inclusive Baltimore” who showed up at this train wreck of a Facebook post to ask for money in exchange for the privilege of being berated over having opinions and expressing them on a public Facebook post:
Yes, that’s Baltimore Pride’s 2017 “Youth Activist of the Year.” Perhaps instead of expressing such childish animosity toward strangers on the internet, Kevi should just go back to, I don’t know, setting a good example for the youth on how to interact with people you disagree with? Pro tip: if you can’t interact with people without directing aggressively rude comments toward them, maybe just don’t. No one needs the “service” you think you’re providing.
Posted in Uncategorized on July 8, 2018
Posted in Uncategorized on June 20, 2018
And I’ve used the female loos and changing facilities since 1999 with little or no issue. The only problems I’ve ever had have come as a result of ignorance.
For three years Now I’ve been involved in the debate between the radical / gender critical feminists and the trans community over the right who should enter women’s spaces. Involved in that debate has also seen gender critical trans identifying males have a voice!
Here I want to talk about the roll of the gender critical trans community some of whom are post op and there’s some like myself who aren’t considering surgery and some who are!
Speaking for myself I admit I’m male. I pull no punches about that. Since coming out on what is considered the trans community I have been on a roller coaster ride of emotions. In the beginning I was lost on the issue but commonsense soon prevailed and here I am today being brutally honest!
I have no reason to enter any female spaces unless it is to save a life or help evacuate…
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Gay Drag Performer Ejected From Philly Fundraiser Because His Appearance Made Straight Male “Uncomfortable”
Posted in Uncategorized on June 11, 2018
Oh way to completely twist things.
If a black employee complained that someone was performing in “blackface” at their place of work, would you complain as much as you are in this situation? I’m betting not.
As for what happened, I can only go on how it’s been reported here so, get over yourself! It’s a drag act for god’s sake. Drag queens have the most vicious tongues, catty / bitchy etc, but it’s a persona, an act, it’s to entertain. If you felt that uncomfortable about it you could have taken the night off.
Talk about mountain out of a molehill!
Brandon “Lily” Kulp, male lesbian. [from twitter] WinWin Coffeeshop in Philadelphia denied public accommodations to a popular local gay male Drag performer scheduled to host a fundraiser in their establishment because a straight male employee was “uncomfortable” with his gender-bending appearance. Spoiler alert: The heterosexual male identifies as transgender.
Win Win Coffeeshop bans gay men in drag
From Philly Voice:
“Management at Win Win Coffee Bar, 931 Spring Garden St., says it had no idea Aunt Mary Pat would be performing at their establishment. The shop asked Mary Pat to leave after a transgender employee was offended, a move that’s caused social media backlash against the coffee shop and a subsequent flood of negative reviews.
The employee says the character is transphobic, but the performer believes he is being unfairly judged.
Aunt Mary Pat is performed by Troy Hendrickson. The 30-year-old Delaware (not Delaware County) resident has gained plenty…
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Posted in Uncategorized on May 24, 2018
According to the calendar on my iPhone, it’s currently the year 2018, although if you take a walk round a lot of towns and cities in the UK, you’d be forgiven for thinking Queen Victoria was still on the throne.
People sleeping rough on the streets used to really only be something you’d see in big cities like London, Manchester, Birmingham etc. Now it seems like every town has people without homes, sleeping rough on our streets.
It struck me speaking with someone tonight that the solution is staring us in the face, a short term solution at least. 2 years ago, BHS went bump, and a lot of those massive shops are still empty. Woolworths went bump ten years ago, and there’s still some of them lying empty and neglected, and with the size of these ex retail premises, no business in the internet shopping age needs that kind of space anymore, so, buy or rent these buildings. Deck them out as homeless shelters, bedsits, flats, etc, so that homeless people aren’t left sleeping on the streets, and can get some order in their lives. If we can spend 30 million on a royal wedding, however many billion renewing a nuclear weapons system that none of actually want to be used, when a government can bribe another political party to support them in government, then I’m sure we can find the money somewhere, to help the most vulnerable people in our society.
Posted in Uncategorized on May 11, 2018
GenderQuake Debate video – Due to copyright issues, this video may not be viewable in certain parts of the UK, but, if you are in the UK, you can view the whole debate on Channel 4’s ALL4 service by clicking here. Channel 4 don’t tend to remove content from their on-demand service, but I’d still recommend viewing it asap if you want to.
Posted in Uncategorized on April 20, 2018
They don’t start proper till about 15 minutes in, the usual conference / debate delays etc. Can’t watch anymore as the camera phone seems to keep focussing and refocusing and it’s going to give me a headache before long. Apparently there are masked protesters outside and 7 police officers. The right to protest is just as valid as the right to free speech (although it should be noted that free speech isn’t guaranteed in the UK lols it is the USA for example, just one of those things that people assume they have but was never actually put into law I think). If it wasn’t for protests, peaceful or not, women would never have gotten the vote, or any of the rights since. The suffragettes were vilified in their time, now we see them as heroic.