A Miracle Has Occurred

As [Kim] Davis walked onto the stage for what originally was to be [Mike] Huckabee’s “#ImWithKim Liberty Rally,” the music blaring in the background was “Eye of the Tiger.”

Oh…

you thought I meant Davis getting the special right to collect her full salary for not doing her full job that she and con artist Mat Staver badgered the courts for?

No.

That’s just christianists of a feather conspiring together.

The miracle is…

Survivor frontman Frankie Sullivan, TMZ reports, is “outraged” Huckabee used the song, and the group my sue.

…I just became a fan of Survivor.

Dinesh D’Defamation Monger

This should surprise no one with even one functioning brain cell:

Dinesh D’Souza Circulates Fake Photo Of Hillary Clinton With Confederate Flag

As TPM notes:

It’s unclear whether D’Souza edited the image himself, whether he knew it was fake, or whether he will believe those who inform him that it is fake (he has yet to address replies correcting him on the photo).

Well, given that, until directly confronted by Bill Maher on Real Time in 2012 (while D’Felon was pushing is anti-Obama shlockumentary), D’Felon refused to substantively acknowledge that the Maher remark that was used by ABC as an excuse to cancel Politically Incorrect a decade earlier was actually Maher simply agreeing with something that D’Felon had said, I wouldn’t hold my breath for D’Felon to acknowledge anything about the fake photo.  His job is to stir up the treason pot – and he’s clearly already accomplished that by merely tweeting the photo to the gullible.

This Speaks for Itself

Well, not just this…

“We oppose gay adoptions. The only family is the traditional one. No chemical offsprings and rented uterus: life has a natural flow, there are things that should not be changed.”
Legendary fashion designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana — both openly gay and formerly a couple — slamming same-sex marriages and LGBT parenting in an interview with Italy’s Panorama magazine. Sir Elton John is calling for a boycott of the Dolce & Gabbana brand.

but that and this:

SolmoneseDG1

both openly gay and formerly a couple

Century Club members by chance?

After all, I’m guessing neither D nor G have any personal need for employment anti-discrimination legislation.

One Form of ‘No-Platforming’

From The New Civil Rights Movement:

For nearly 50 years Psychology Today has helped educate readers on a wide variety of psychological issues. Originally founded in 1967, it was once owned by the premiere psychological organization, the American Psychological Association. Now, it is endorsed by the National Board for Certified Counselors.

That endorsement is now problematic for those who wish to advance the credibility of the scientific discipline known as psychology.

Psychology Today is refusing to eliminate its listings for practitioners of so-called conversion therapy, also known as “ex-gay” therapy or reparative therapy.

Isn’t this the expression of a desire that ‘ex-gay’ fraud be ‘no-platformed’?

So I wonder how many of the gay, TERF-defending concern trolls are fine-n-dandy with ‘ex-gay’ fraud being ‘no-platformed’?

Never-Done-a-Real-Day’s-Work-in-His-Life Rich Boy Tucker Carlson Proves He’s Fox ‘News’ Material

The one-percenter spawn has himself a little sad about last night’s episode of SNL:

Over the weekend, social media reportedly erupted over a Saturday Night Live segment spoofing feel-good Toyota commercials. In the SNL version, actress Dakota Johnson plays a young lady saying goodbye to her father as she appears to be joining the U.S. Army. As the segment ends, it turns out that she is actually being picked up by ISIS terrorists in a Toyota truck.

On Sunday, Carlson described the sketch as “appalling” and “kind of funny.”

“The question is, should we be mocking ISIS?” he asserted.

“Comics push the envelope and every once in a while they are going to push it too far, and it’s going to bust wide open,” co-host Anna Kooiman opined. “And sometimes when you want to cry, you need to laugh instead. And you tell a joke about it.”

“I’m kind of for comedy that goes as far as it can,” Carlson said. “But I always feel like with shows like SNL and comedy in general, it does stop short of the sacred cows on the left.”

“I would love to see an SNL sketch like making fun of transgender bathrooms, for example,” he added. “You will never, ever see that.[“]

But of course.

SNL would neeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeever do a sketch about male-to-female transitioning that could have been written by an immoral, trans-exterminationist payday-lender-defender lawyer from Maryland, would it?

 

Of course not.

Stay consistent, Tucker.

If you ever somehow say something that’s even close to being accurate, you’ll disqualify yourself from the Fox ‘News’ universe.

I Wonder…

How many of the concern trolls who are defending trans-exterminationistic TERFs over ‘no-platform’-ing have no problem with deploying government authority to outlaw ‘reparative therapy’?

I’m just askin’….

But I’m just expectin’ no fessin’ up.

Where Were Certain Concern Trolls When Trans People Were Not Only ‘No Platformed’ But Also Blacklisted By Gay, Inc.?

Richard Rosendall is worried about the feelings of TERFs, the vast majority of whom have substantively benefited from the long-term ‘no trans people need apply; no trans issues can be spoken of; no trans women need apply even when we pretend to accept trans people by hiring trans men who we really don’t recognize as trans men’ dogma of Gay, Inc. – either directly by obtaining Gay, Inc. jobs that no trans people were ever considered for or indirectly by living in – and cultivating careers in – jurisdictions whose gay-only rights laws sprouted from Gay, Inc. spores.

For years, some radical feminists have vociferously opposed transgender people. An example is Janice Raymond, a lesbian ex-nun who wrote in her 1979 book, The Transsexual Empire: The Making of the She-Male, that trans women, whom she regarded as male predators, were the “avant garde of the patriarchy invading women’s spaces.” As a liberal feminist and a supporter of trans equality, I very much disagree with Dr. Raymond. Dana Beyer, executive director of Gender Rights Maryland, explains, “[G]ender identity (the sex of one’s brain) drives trans persons to transition, regardless of genital anatomy.”

For the LGBT advocates with whom I work in Washington, D.C., that ship has sailed. We do not sit around discussing gender theory. We take it as a given that trans people are citizens entitled to equal protection. We work in coalition to ensure that the “T” is included in legislation, data gathering, and public services (and D.C. is among the top states in the Human Rights Campaign’s State Equality Index). Science is on our side: the American Psychiatric Association declassified transgender identity as a disorder in 2012, as it did homosexuality in 1973.

For some, this is not enough. There is a movement to “no-platform” trans-excluding radical feminists (TERFs), that is to bar them from campuses and deny them a platform for their views. This is part of a broader and distinctly illiberal trend whereby universities are seen not as centers for the robust exchange of ideas, but as frightening places full of triggers and microaggressions. Students are seen as fragile flowers who must be protected from views that might offend them. This is an assault on learning, and those of us who are not professional victims need to fight it.

Memo to non-trans gays who want to write on trans matters: If your lead (or only) trans quote comes from ‘retired’ Doc Beyer, you haven’t done enough research.

Second memo to non-trans gays who want to write on trans matters: If you have any quote ‘retired’ Doc Beyer, think twice about also utilizing the word “robust.”

Second memo to non-trans gays who want to write on trans matters: If you have any quote ‘retired’ Doc Beyer, think even more than twice about also utilizing the word “robust.”

So…

Where were all of the current TERF-defending concern trolls when Gay, Inc ‘no-platform’-ed trans people into oblivion?

And are any of them demanding that Gay, Inc. pony up reparations to trans people for the decades of Gay, Inc.-led political and employment discrimination (call it ‘no-platform’-ing if you wish) against trans people?