But why quibble?
Seen recently on Facebook:
Sue Hyde just said to a group of 250ish that houstons host committee is the best host com ever. And a whole bunch of other great things about houston.
I wonder if she’ll say anything about how she was an active participant in the campaign to bully Olivia Records into committing employment discrimination against a trans woman and, by extension, being a midwife at the birth of the twin festering sores of trans employment policy in Massachusetts and in Gay, Inc.?
And I wonder if she’ll say anything about NGLTF’s worse-than-pathetic record of employing trans people?
A new House Republican has signed on as a co-sponsor of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act as LGBT advocates continue to push for a vote in the Republican-controlled chamber, the Washington Blade has learned.
Rep. Michael Grimm (R-N.Y.), who represents Staten Island and parts of Brooklyn in Congress, elected to co-sponsor the bill Monday, according to sources familiar with the legislation.
I wonder of NY1 reported on Grimm’s ENDA co-sponsorship?
Gender Rights Maryland Executive Director Dana Beyer on Thursday announced she will challenge incumbent state Sen. Rich Madaleno (D-Montgomery County) in the 2014 Democratic primary.
“We are ready for progress,” said Beyer in a statement that announced her candidacy. “For too long, hardworking Marylanders have waited for economic fairness and equal opportunity. We have asked our elected officials to help bring better jobs to our neighborhoods, build stronger schools for our children, fix our roads and infrastructure and make quality health care an affordable reality.”
“We are ready to move forward, and that’s why I’m declaring my candidacy for the Maryland Senate,” continued Beyer.
Yes, and I want the Maryland legislature to undo the political hate crime that it committed against trans people in 2001.
I can’t have confidence in anyone inside or outside of the legislative process who had any hand – active or passive – in allowing gay marriage to be ramrodded ahead of basic civil equality for trans people, so the answer is ‘no.’
But even a ‘retired eye surgeon’ should have had enough math training to know that zero is not as low as one can go.
With Beyer, zero is just the beginning and the bottom is nowhere in sight.
Yes, we need trans legislators – and we need them in Maryland.
But we do not need Dana Beyer.