LBJ’s “Daisy Girl” Is Alive And Well…

…and she wants everyone to stay that way.

Chuck Schumer is Running for Re-Election This Year

So, c’mom HRC

Its not too late to endorse Al D’Amato.

You know…

for old time’s sake.

One More Reason to Like Prince

From Entertainment Tonight:

Prince not only booted Kim Kardashian off the stage during one of his concerts, it seems he also got the reality star’s family members axed from his New Girl episode in 2014.

Until It Isn’t

The Quisling, in a publication that still has not done any reporting on the internal report which proved all non-Gay, Inc.-owned trans activists’ decades-long allegations against HRC to have had merit and proves that a certain something actually is still quite thinkable:

The most notable difference between the Equality Act and its 1974 namesake is that it includes both gender identity and sexual orientation—and unlike in 2007, removing gender identity is now completely unthinkable.

Until it isn’t…

just like in 2007.

Countdown to an Alphonse D’Amato-esque Endorsement of Mark Kirk by HRC in 3…2…1….

From Talking Points Memo:

Rep. Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) plans to announce as early as Monday that she’ll challenge Republican Mark Kirk for his seat in the U.S. Senate, the Chicago Sun-Times reported Friday.

Wednesday Morning, 12:01 a.m.

Set your clocks…

474-01

474-02

I think we all know which Maryland law firm should immediately receive a resume from every trans woman in Maryland the nation.

A Request for Laverne Cox

When the nominations for the 2013-2014 Emmy’s were announced today, Orange Is The New Black earned 12 Emmy nominations.  One of these nominations was for the Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series category, and Ms. Cox was nominated for her role as Sophia Burset on the smash hit series.

That nomination makes Laverne the first open transgender actress to be nominated for a primetime Emmy.

If you win, Laverne, please dedicate it to the TERFs – bugvomit in particular.

(H/T to Monica Roberts at TransGriot.)

 

Perhaps She Should Have Called Herself Rosa Parks, III

Maybe then HRC would have been less inclined to make the 2014 Maine senate race into the 1998 New York senate race: The Next Generation.

Or not.

From Crooks and Liars:

They say that no good deed goes unpunished and nothing illustrates the truth of that old trope more vividly that the Human Rights Campaign endorsing Maine Senator Susan Collins over her Democratic opponent, the stalwart defender of human rights and civil liberties, Shenna Bellows. It wasn’t the first time Republicans have been unjustly rewarded with endorsements from national liberal organizations, unfortunately. But there are few Republicans who have been more lauded by people for whom she has consistently done so little than the bucket of lukewarm water known as Susan Collins.

This endorsement was particularly galling. Shenna Bellows is not just another Democrat who supports marriage equality. She has devoted her life to expanding civil rights and civil liberties.

Hey Shenna!

Want to really see what sort of scumbags the permanently-employed mushrooms of the Rhode Island Avenue Cesspoop really are?  Submit your resume to HRC and say – or even imply – that you’re a trans woman. (If you try this, call a bookie and see if you can get odds onjust how quickly your resume will find its way into the garbage can.)

In her capacity as the Director of the Maine ACLU she helped lead the way for marriage equality in Maine and was instrumental in getting the Maine Human Rights Act passed.

See, there’s your other problem Shenna.  You helped enact a trans-inclusive state civil rights law that did not need ‘incremental progress’ to come into being.

A Real Feminist Blog Really Worth Reading

Recently brought to my attention – Lachrista Greco:

By telling a transwoman that she/ze is not a woman, this is denying their existence. How would it feel for someone to deny your existence? I can’t pretend to know what my trans brothers and sisters go through on a day-to-day basis, but I can have compassion for them (and others) who deal with varying levels of oppression each and every minute.

For me, feminism is not about hatred–it’s about unlearning and relearning. It’s about action and activism. It’s about love.

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