Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Seriously, Transgender and Reality Seem Incompatible

I just saw another piece on Transadvocate where there is a serious demand to simply suspend reality by the transgender kooks.

A person was murdered in Ohio, and well, a local paper reported the facts.  But, for the transgender kooks, facts are EVIL!!!  The story by, you guessed it, Mr. "Autumn" Sandeen is a rehash of Mr. "Monica" Roberts' demand that reality be suspended in reporting.  Here is Roberts' list of complaints, and why they are silly:

Misgender the person at every opportunity? Check
Sorry, but the person was a male.  It appears that he was not full time.
Use police mugshot? Check
Well, that is what police do.  Mugshots are generally what the police have available.  Would Roberts have preferred that the police provide a photo of the bloated corpse instead?
Drag old criminal record into the story? Check
The person had a fairly active, and recent criminal record.  Again, Roberts says "The facts must  be ignored."
'Deception meme' injected into story? Check
Uh, why?  Because they reported, quite accurately, that he lied to the police about his identity and true sex.
'Tragic transsexual' meme injected into this story? Check
Huh?  I think Roberts just made this one up to complete a checklist he has used before... the reporters gave no indication that he was remotely a transsexual.
Use salacious and sensationalist headlines? Check
Now, this is downright funny... There were two headlines.  The first was:


Oddly dressed body found in Olmsted Township pond identified

The article said, "The body was clad in a red Betty Boop tank top, three black bras on top of one another, and a light black hooded jacket. The body was naked from the waist down, police said at the time."  Sound to me like, and oddly dressed body was found, and the police identified it.  How is that salacious, or sensationalist?  It is simply the truth.

The second headline in question...

Brutal slaying marks the end of Clevelander's fight for acceptance

Again, not really very salacious or sensationalist.  The story talks about the person's repeated run-ins with transit police.  Apparently this person had a bad habit of not paying fares on transit as well as assault and drug possession.

Not give a rats anus about the victim's dignity and their femme presentation? Check
What dignity?  This person sounds pretty messed up to me.  Assault, drugs, and such.  I think the reporter told the truth without embellishment.  Which, of course, is what Roberts objects to.  Can't have the truth coming out...
Disrespecting another African-American transwoman? Check.
This person did not seem to have much self-respect.  Putting on a bad wig, and dressing up does not make one a woman, or entitle one to have the truth withheld. 

Of course, they also complain that they refer to the victim by his legal name.  In another words, this person had not bothered to change his name, and according to the article did not fully identify as a "transgender woman."

And finally, in a classic example of silliness, Sandeen complains that the article accurately describes the police using "it" to describe an unidentified body.  While the story does not give details, one can assume that this person could not be easily identified from appearance, as they relied on DNA.  Simply put, there was a 20 day gap between the person being declared missing and the body being found.  It is likely they may not have immediately been able to determine the sex.

But hey, this is transgender silliness, and everything has to be blown all out of proportion and complained about.  Reality has no place among transgender kooks.


 

7 comments:

Nicky said...

It's the silliness that the transgender extremists and transgender kooks like to play with society. I think the more people wake up to these transgender extremists, the more they will realize that the logical fallacy of the transgender ideology is built on a house of lies and scams. These comments that the transgender extremists are using are nothing more than a red herring.

Just Jennifer said...

Well, reality is not their friend...

Lies and scams are really all they have.

Nicky said...

I have notice that reality is not their friend and their Lies and scams are all they have. It's why I think delusional thinking must be their trademark

Carolyn Ann Grant said...

Here's my opinion of *your* "opinion" piece.

It starts: Cruel, uncaring, nitpicking, lacking in any compassion.

And goes from there. Enjoy.

Just Jennifer said...

First off, sir, i should delete your comment as it technically is in violation to my one rule, but darn it, you are just so darn ignorant you have validated my point. You clearly hate reality.

But thanks for playing. And thanks for the plug for my blog.

Just Jennifer said...

In case it gets "moderated" here is my response on his blog:

Wow, I bet you won't allow this but, for the record, I am post-op, white, and unklike. Roberts, not remotely a bigot. Funny, but I have NEVER attacked anyone's race. That is about 90% of all Roberts does.

Oh, and I simply believe in reality.

Now, censor away as I know you fear truth.

Rosenkreuz said...

And let's say that Acoff was, somehow, a pre-operative transsexual, hypothetically. In theory, it's possible, though improbable.

By encouraging risky behavior because of pushing the "females with penises" line, does that not ensure that not only transgenders but genuine transsexuals could end up like this? Many transsexuals have a strong desire to attract the opposite sex like any woman, a desire that is forcibly suppressed due to the reality of the condition, as well as fear of physical violence. But now with ideologues telling them that such risks are okay...