“Totally agree. I'm trans and I've experienced lot of anti-trans comments from gay people.”
lisa440 on Nov 25, 2013 at 01:09:17
“You can add trans doesn't necessarily mean property of or part of the LGBT either!!!”
ShedTheLight on Nov 22, 2013 at 00:21:35
“Of course it doesn't "equal" trans. But the community and the straight allies like us self label as LGBT. It's all related. So yeah, it's pretty safe to assume if she supports the G community that she also supports the LBT community as well.”
ingenue2u on Nov 21, 2013 at 23:48:03
“Thank you. It amazes me that this still has to be explained to others.”
“immortality? What on Earth are you talking about? And if you show up to work the next day a different gender how can you NOT address that?
People who are transgendered are faultless, and have been around as long as people have.
You're right. We're all going to die someday. So why should a person spend that time in a form that is terrible to them?”
Ady0914 on Jul 18, 2013 at 02:33:13
“you are the one who acted like to 'die' was a choice...if you could choose not to die ...that would be immortality.
by your reasoning somebody who was born left-handed when they desired to be right-handed, should be agonizingly miserable their whole life unless they hurry up and get their body mutilated, get some quack to saw off both arms and re-attach them on the opposite sides of their sholders???”
“Ady, You have to understand that there are some people who have 3 options in life:
2.) Live the rest of their lives unhappily
This theory is supported my the medical community in it's entirety. These things separate gender identity disorder from tattoos and piercings. You DO have a right to be disgusted, but you DON'T have a right to discriminate based on that disgust. Besides, there are plenty of born women who will never have a lot of the traits you mentioned. Guess they're no women either?”
Ady0914 on Jul 15, 2013 at 15:34:36
“nope i dont 'have ' to do anything but pay taxes and die.
but mutilating your body does not guarantee happiness, and you centainly dont get immortality from a 'sex change'...you're still gonna die someday! so how is that an option? in fact seems most of the changlings on here are still quite unhappy and still finding plenty to complain about. of course the medical community is all for it...big bucks for all those un-neccesary treatments....but they aren't supporting you...you are supporting them unless there's some quack out there that paid you to let him/her practice on you til they figured out how to make a penis resemble a vagina somewhat, or visa-versa.
thats pretty low comparing a woman born sterile through no fault of her own to a "self -multilated, fantasy driven, unable to function in society unless everybody gives them respect that they never earned " person .
the article person claims to have been fired for telling boss about transgender thing...so dress as you want to be known and get another job and keep your "privates" business private. problem solved...no need for more laws and lawsuits! no need for others to "have' to accept your difference, if you dont go around blatting about it to boss, co-workers, customers.”
“It does sometimes feel like African Americans get a disproportionate amount of negative coverage in some circumstances. BUT:
1.) This is not a story about Chris Brown. This is humor at Chris Brown's expense. It's making fun of his reputation, not accusing him of anything.
2.) When it comes to "bringing down black people," I would find fault with Chris Brown. He could have bounced back from the Rihanna thing, but he refuses to learn those lessons.
3.) Huffingtonpost has been heavily criticized for being PRO Obama, not the reverse.”
“Just because they happen to be of different races doesn't mean that race is the reason. If you show me where honey boo-boo had been called the c word by a major media outlet I'd have the same opinion.”
Paul Kearney on Feb 28, 2013 at 11:19:44
“Good point about the c word, but I simply feel that she needs somone to actually care enough about her to be outraged at what her mother wants from her, and how she has been portrayed on her show.”
“So how does that tie in to race? Do young black girls have it so much easier than young white girls?”
Paul Kearney on Feb 28, 2013 at 01:55:49
“Is that your real picture?”
Paul Kearney on Feb 28, 2013 at 01:55:23
“No the point is....dang...that they both deserve respect for who they are as a human being. I am saying that Honey Boo Boo should have been defended along time ago, she has been ridiculed in some awful ways, because of her mother's greed. One joke about Wallis, and she gets defended by a great many, whats the difference?? Their race.”
“So she started transitioning at 13 and honed her musical talent and got scholarships all in hopes that some day she could attend a university and entrap them with a lawsuit? Wow, She's diabolical, that one.”
“Oz called, they want their straw man back. It was your assertion that Tyler Perry doesn't put white people in his movies. It would take all of 20 seconds of research to prove you wrong. And since you've stated that you don't watch black-made movies I would say you are among the least qualified people to comment on the black to white ratio. ”
“As a black person, I hate when black people eat watermelon. Sure it's delicious, but one should forego its harmless deliciousness because of what other people might think.
See how silly that logic is? Instead of being against makeup long hair for women, how about being for the right of EVERYONE regardless of gender to have long hair and wear makeup. Everyone wants to be attractive, and who are we to say who's doing it wrong?”
stealthlife on Feb 13, 2013 at 08:39:01
“beautifully said Violet. John77 seems to a mixed up guy.”
Ted Pierot on Feb 12, 2013 at 22:29:54
“well said miss violet gray...”
Mistinguette Grandison on Feb 12, 2013 at 22:07:52
“You make a very good point, Violet. It is exactly that.
(and to be honest, I still wonder where the stereotype of black ppl eating watermelon came from)”
Dec 31, 2012 at 07:30:56
“You know that rap is already 35 years old and STILL the most popular form of music, right?”
Davewaybe on Dec 31, 2012 at 08:19:00
“Strictly speaking Rap is much older than that..... it was formed in its original form in Africa. A very simplistic basic chanting to a rhythm, with or without music.......... no technical expertize other than being able to keep a drum rhythm.”
“O.k., how long are we going to keep doing this? I guess I have to explain some basic concepts to you:
There are actions that a person can take that are considered by a court of law to be an unlawful action taken on behalf of the company as a whole. For example:
The famous McDonald's hot coffee lawsuit. It was decided that McDonald's not the lone employee, was in the wrong. McDonald's had to pay damages.
You can send me a dozen links of people caught doing something wrong, but I have yet to see a single thing that indicates that Acorn has been held accountable by a court of law, or any evidence of systemic corruption within the area.
Oh, and you can't really be smug until AFTER you've proven your point.”
“Now, show me where in a court of law the Acorn organization has been found guilty of ANYTHING. Anything at all? All around the country hundreds, maybe even thousands of people who happen to work at McDonald's get busted at convicted of crimes. No one is suggesting that McDonald's is a criminal organization full of larceny.
And call me crazy, but somehow I doubt a website called "Rottenacorn" has an objective spin on things.”
“No, they haven't. Every single investigation into Acorn by any sort of authority has come out in their favor. Acorn died out of political pressure, not being caught doing anything wrong. There was a documented case of an Acorn worker being lazy/shady with voter registration, and we know this because Acorn turned this person in.
Acorn was found guilty of nothing. Fact-check me.”