Are you “Transphobic?”

The NOT Gay crowd has another term to contend with. And whether you know it or not, you will eventually be deemed “transphobic.”

In other words, if you are not down with the “tranny” crowd, you are transphobic. This is what one of their own, a fellow member of the LBGT community found out.

After weeks mired in controversy, reality showRuPaul’s Drag Race has pulled a controversial episode, and made adjustments to the show’s future content. The show will no longer use the term “she-male” in any context, and has put an end to the show’s long-running “You’ve Got She-mail” segment.

On March 17, the popular Logo TV reality show featured a mini-challenge titled “Female or She-male,” in which the show’s contestants were shown a photo of a woman’s body part and then asked whether the picture was a “female” — meaning a cisgender (nontrans) woman — or a “she-male” — meaning someone who was assigned male at birth but presented themselves in a feminine manner.

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I find this show disgusting, regardless of a person’s gender, and the fact that it was on LOGO, a channel dedicated to the LGBT community speaks volumes. I’m shocked that the Republicans didn’t think of doing this first!

According to the article, the following morning a number of trans individuals who had long criticized the show’s use of transphobic language voiced their concerns on Twitter, which led to addition coverage by a number of gay media outlets.

So we now get a new term, “transphobic,” born of insensitivity of the LGBT towards its own.

In addressing that insensitivity, nearly two weeks after the episode first aired, the show’s producers, including RuPaul Charles, Logo, and GLAAD released statements about the incident.

“We delight in celebrating every color in the LGBT rainbow,” the statement from RuPaul’s Drag Raceproducers read. “When it comes to the movement of our trans sisters and trans brothers, we are newly sensitized and more committed than ever to help spread love, acceptance and understanding.”

Did you catch that?

They are “newly sensitized.” And with this new sensitivity, the LGBT community will be even more accepting of their own. However they will continue to push their stupid agenda onto Conservatives who don’t give a crap about their gaiety or “otherity,” and would just prefer that these people would

(1) stop pilfering words, e.g. gay, queer, fag, marriage, and so on, and

(2) would figure out what initials they want, i.e. LGBTQRSTWXZ.

 

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