There has been a lot of buzz among the transgender radicals over the recent episode of Glee that featured the Rocky Horror Picture Show. Apparently, they are all upset because the show modified some of the lyrics, and they had a female playing the role of "Dr. Frank-N-Furter," the "sweet transvestite from transsexual Transylvania."
Lead gender fascist, "Autumn" Sandeen is absolutely livid that they changed "transsexual" to "sensational" on the show, writing about this in an article entitled Just Call Me "Sensational". Now, as I said, that is not the term I would use for Sandeen.
I must say, I am puzzled. Why would anyone who claims to be a "woman" want to be remotely associated with that movie, and especially that character? Okay, granted, we are talking about someone like Sandeen, so maybe that does make sense.
Personally, when I saw the movie, back around 1979, I was somewhat repulsed by the whole thing. I found it all a bit much, and found nothing to relate to. I was pretty deep in denial about my transsexualism, but I still felt it was not remotely related to that condition.
It says a lot about the true nature of "transgender" and its complete disconnect from "transsexual" that anyone would remotely object to not being associated with this travesty.