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While the LGBT continues to consume itself in infighting and language policing, Real hate is at work on the outside watching the tensions rise with hopes for real weakness and retreat, We have always been stronger, bolder and irrepressible in our resolve. In a recent article posted to the National review, and by far one of the most blatant outbursts of transphobia I have ever read published to a major media outlet, writer Kevin D. Williamson attacks the Trans community and Laverne Cox in particular in his misguided and vicious diatribe. Please comment and share. The hate around us is real and unity is most important.
Read Barack Obama’s full proclamation here.
Please allow me to preface this article by saying that if you are easily offended, you should probably refrain from reading it. I tend to use words such as fart, sh!t, assh*le, f*ck, fa**got, and (yes) tranny will be used in the space below.
Love him or hate him, Justin Bieber is one of the most charitable celebrities in hollywood today. It was recently announced that the star has made a donation to AmFAR for $545,000.
In two recent statements made by both Logo and Rupaul, It has been suggested that Logo was distancing itself from RuPaul’s stance on the use of the word “Tranny”.
RuPaul – “Does the word ‘tranny’ bother me? No. I love the word ‘tranny.’ … It’s not the transexual community who’s saying that. These are fringe people who are looking for storylines to strengthen their identity as victims.
NYC rapper Mykki Blanco was in Portugal earlier this week for a residency where was arrested, in his words, “for being gay.” As Pitchfork points out, he posted the following on Facebook.
David LaChapelle captures trans model Carmen Carrera as both ‘Adam’ and ‘Eve’ on the Life Ball 2014 poster.
In September-October 2014, Itella Posti will release seven new sets of stamps, containing a total of 33 new designs. It is a great collection to choose from; the subjects of the new stamps include male drawings by Tom of Finland, autumnal yard and garden scenes painted by Urpo Martikainen, and Jaakko Tähti’s photos of Finnish bridges. Other subjects for the end-of-the-year stamps include signs of sky and the change in everyday Finland – and, of course, Christmas.