The lady is a tramp

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Kathy wonders why

“women” who are “trapped” in all these men’s bodies are always so butt ugly when they’re finally “set free”?

My favorite part of the article, though, is the paragraph that carefully points out that

Emma, aged 42, has a birth certificate and a “gender recognition certificate” to prove her legal status as a woman although she is still waiting for final surgery to make her transition from male to female physically complete.

It’s not so easy to take that final, irrevocable step, is it. Oh and of course, as always seems to be the way, “Emma” used to be “a married dad of two called Andrew.” This whole story is supposed to make us feel sorry for Andy/Emma, but in my case it just isn’t working properly, despite the fact that our tranny’s opponent is one of those extra-touchy members of the “Religion of Peace.” I’m with Kathy — can’t they both lose?

4 Responses to “The lady is a tramp”

  1. aelfheld Says:

    I thought Islam was a religion (well, a totalitarian project wrapped in a religious veil, but let’s not quibble) and a Muslim a follower of same. So how in the name of Baphomet can someone objecting in word or deed to Islam or its followers be ‘racist’? Muslim isn’t a race (from my view it’s not a religion either, but again, let’s not quibble).

    Still and all, that’s one homely ‘woman’.

  2. Celaeno Says:

    Dhimmi, the Rule is, it is what they say it is, and don’t you forget it. They say it’s a religion, it IS; if they say it’s a race, well, it just IS TOO.

    Actually, you might almost say the same thing for trannies: my ambulance crew has responded to more than one call from a transsexual who’s in the, er, “rebranding” process, and regardless of appearance or physical equipment we are required to alert the hospital that we’re transporting whatever sex the person advises he/she might be. So, yeah, just like Muslims, in a manner of speaking. They are what they say they are, and they may be at Death’s door, but if you get the sex designation wrong you’ll never hear the end of it.

  3. CGHill Says:

    As I understand the standards of care for this, um, predicament, you have to live under the new gender regimen for X number of months before the surgeon brings out the pruning shears (or whatever is appropriate for going in the other direction).

  4. Andrea Harris Says:

    I think the almost-lady needs a few more months.

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