And So, Exterminationist Radphlegm TERFs Get to Cheer Once More

They expect we’ll be shocked to see statistics about them being killed, and don’t realize, some of us wish they would ALL be dead.

Bev Jo, exterminationist transphobe

A death for the exterminationists to get orgasmic over:

26 year old Eyricka Morgan was fatally stabbed Tuesday night in a boarding house in New Brunswick, NJ.

But, of course, the reporting of the murder read as if it was written by a TERF.  Per Monica Roberts:

Once again a dead African-American transwoman has been misgendered in the media because Sue Epstein, the Star-Ledger reporter in question either failed to do her job or as I suspect, the New Brunswick Po-Po’s information officers misidentified and misgendered Ms. Morgan for whatever reason.

Epstein is an exterminationist transphobe TERF.

How do I know that?

I don’t.

But if Sue Epstein gets to pick dead Eyricka Morgan’s name and gender, then we who live get to pick the reason that Epstein did it.

That’s only fair, eh?

“You might be a TERF if…”

…you read Cristan’s latest posting at TransAdvocate and all 20 criteria apply to you yet you pretend you’re not a bigot or an exterminationist.


I don’t know anyone who got rich being a gay activist
– John Aravosis, on July 25, 2013, saying that he’s “had just about enough of the term ‘elite gays'”

Apparently, The John doesn’t know anyone at HRC:

Another year, another posting of the Human Rights Campaign’s annual 990′s to the IRS in which it discloses its obscene salaries for the non-profits  top employee’s.


1) Chad Griffin, executive director started on June 11, 2012, base salary of $250,000, including a $20,000 incentive bonus, with an additional $50,000 bonus for an unstated reason, and $40,100 gross-up payment, for a total of $360,100.

2) Joe Solmonese, executive director through June 29, 2012, base salary of $238,300 plus $39,000 gross-up payment for a total of $277,300.

3) James Rinefierd, treasurer, base salary of $211,500 plus $64,000 gross-up payment for a total of $275,500.

4) Cathy Nelson, assistant vice president: $275,000.

5) Susanne Salkind, vice president, base salary of $212,700 plus $60,000 gross-up payment for a total of $272,700.

6) David M. Smith, vice president of programs: $250,300.

7) Fred Sainz, vice president of communications: $228,000.

8) Robert Falk, secretary, base salary of $166,500 plus $50,000 gross-up payment for a total of $216,500.

9) Allison Herwitt, legislative director: $197,500.

10) Ann Crowley, membership director: $175,000.

11) Martin Rouse, national field director: $173,500.

12) Christopher Speron, development director: $172,000.

Read it and shake your head with disgust and weep. All that money and STILL they have unpaid interns.

THIS is where your donation dollars go.


And not a penny of it taken home by a trans person.

Elite gays exist are destroying the movement by immorally enriching themselves while ensuring that no trans women are ever able to earn a living doing actual, relevant work (that most – even with ample advocacy and/or lawyering experience, would be willing to do for 1/4 or even less of the lowest of those disgusting salaries) within Gay, Inc.

There, I said it.

Because No One Else is Eeeeeeeeeeeever on the Short End of Propaganda

…certainly not trans women, right?

Remember the pseudo-academic (and likely closet TERF) complaint about all of the big, bad, establishment-accepted, discrimination-free trans women who (rightly) said that one need not even open the radioactively transphobic cover of Michael Bailey’s fraudulent nugget o’ ‘science,’ The Man Who Would be Queen?

Well, here is the latest example of something that can (rightly) be ripped to shreds without going beyond the title.

From HuffPo:


I have no idea what he says in the body of the piece and I don’t care.  (See anything B or T specific in the ‘follow’ glob?  I didn’t think so.)

The LGBT Community needs to confront anti-gay propaganda?

Welcome to Gay, Inc.-ism 201: The Erasure Shuffle!

Nice trick – but getting away with it ends here.

The title is the exact opposite of what needs to be transpiring.  It is those elements of ‘LGBT’ who have overly-benefited from the unjustifiably skewed 21st century priorities of Gay, Inc. who should be tearing out their pockets to support measures and programs which confront anti-trans propaganda…

including trans-movement-suicidal ramblings of some clueless Ts.

There, I said it.

The authority of the first judge to get a trans case who decides to issue a ruling that the EEOC’s trans-inclusive interpretation of Title VII was wrong.

Now that may be a bit overly cynical even for me; plenty of judges have been ruling in that general direction and those rulings helped nudge the EEOC toward its pro-trans ruling…

but nine who sit in D.C. have yet to do so.

Their authority (actually, just 5/9ths of their authority) exceeds Title VII if they want it to…

just as the EEOC’s can – when next a not-so-enlightened EEOC panel decides to ‘revisit’ the Macy decision…

you know, as soon as the next Republican president gets to make some appointments to the Commission…

which, if the current crop o’ “Why do we need to bother with ENDA when we can be spending our time, energy and money erecting altars to rich, trans charlatans and quislings?”-meisters have their way, will occur while statutory law – you know, law that an administrative body can’t rewrite on its own – contains a gay-only ENDA.

It is factually accurate to state that the EEOC interpreted “sex” in Title VII to include trans people.

It is a fact to say that that’s a good thing.

Of course, it is also a fact to state that one of the earliest federal appellate decisions to say that trans people were not included uner “sex,” Holloway v. Arthur Andersen & Co. (9th Cir. 1977), came to that conclusion in no small part because, even by 1977, Congress had rejected all of the Bella Abzug/Ed Koch-era bills to add “sexual orientation” to the Civil Rights Act – bills that, even had they become law, would not have – thanks to the Gay, Inc. of the day (same as it ever was – and is) – covered trans people – meaning that trans people have, in large part, Gay, Inc., to thank for the cobbling of the boot of anti-trans law that has so magnanimously just recently been quasi-removed from on top of our necks.

There, I said that too – because…

This is an important fact that all trans Americans need to know.

There is nothing in the Macy v. Holder decision that can’t be erased judicially and/or administratively without any of the overpaid, underworked non-trans people who are foerver allowed to earn their livings in Gay, Inc. (without, of course, ever having had to compete for their jobs against equally-/better-qualified trans applicants ) ever seeing it coming (mucg less having to even care) and without any of the oh-so-well-educated-on-trans-issues-by-all-of-those-non-trans-Gay-Inc-employees congresscritters ever having to take a position on it.

Macy v. Holder does exist.

It is useful.

It is substantive.

But it is also an illusion.

There, I said that too.

It is suicidal to crank out nonsense that seems to have emanated from the wet dreams of Gay, Inc. and TERFs (as if there is no substantive overlap, right?) who have never quite been able to get over the hump in their goal of completely sanitizing ENDA (you know, the desired gay-only successor to those Abzug-Koch gay-only Civil Rights Act amendment bills) of The Trans Stain™…

without getting a handful of overly-visible, lacking-in-legal-training, overflowing-with-self-importance trans clowns – and quislings, of course – to begin laying the groundwork for acceptance on behalf of a community (that they in no way shape or form represent) by ‘centrist’, ‘moderate’ ‘blah blah blah’ trans-oids of the ‘compromise’ of excluding trans people from ENDA yet again…

but this time forever.

The psychotic Republican Party of the 21st century can’t accomplish any of its treasonous, anti-LGBT, anti-anything-other-than-white, anti-woman goals without its token self-loathing blacks, its token self-loathing gays (I’m sure the search is on for a token self-loathing Republican T) and its stable of stable of legislative June-Cleavers-on-steroids to pollute the airwaves and political discourse in general by providing an illusion of non-uniform-white-male control for tele-consumption by the too-busy-earning-a-living-in-order-to-survive-masses-to-actually-pay-attention-to-how-fucked-up-things-really-are rabble…

and Gay, Inc. can’t accomplish its goal of sanitizing ENDA of The Trans Stain™ without help from a handful of well-placed trans people – some (all?) of whom perhaps are actually too stupid to realize that they are being used as fifth columns – who seem to be get off on conning their own people.

There, I said that too.

Doing the TERFs’ Work for Them: The Anencephalic One-Percenters of the Trans Community

Non-lawyer Sharon Brackett, self-evidently being possessed by the TERF of Towson:

The Employment Non Discrimination Act (ENDA) is up for consideration in the U.S. Senate.  This time, unlike its stripped down 2007 predecessor, it includes not only gay and lesbian folk but trans folk too.  In fact any gender non-conforming persons would be covered under Title VII.  So what does ENDA add for trans persons?  Little.

“Rational T-hought”?

Clearly, ’tis neither.

Pic of the Day: Sept. 13, 2013 (Special ‘It Ain’t June No More’ Edition)

…so, hopefully, it isn’t as hot now at Fenway Park as it was on the Sunday afternoon in June of last year when I went there with my buddy Ethan St. Pierre – and when I took this shot from the (did I mention it was hot?) right field cheap seats.

Those ‘Concerned Women’ Known as the Koch Brothers

From TPM:

An almost completely unknown group with strong ties to the Koch brothers has identified itself as the secret source of almost a quarter of a billion dollars received by conservative political groups in 2012.

The group, Freedom Partners, raised $256 million in the year following its creation in November 2011, and made grants totaling $236 million to conservative groups, according to Politico, which was shown a draft of an IRS document the group plans to file shortly.

The list of groups that benefited from Freedom Partners’ funding is a roster of conservative organizations large and small: $115 to the Center to Protect Patient Rights, $32.3 million to Americans for Prosperity, $15.7 million to the 60 Plus Association, $13.6 million to the American Future Fund, $8.2 million to the Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee….

Because if there is one thing that is even less connected to the consituency that it claims to represent than HRC or NCTE, its CWFA.