Saturday, April 24, 2010
Sunday, April 11, 2010
Originally Posted by Karen Johnson
This morning I was asked and I told the truth, that yes I was a guy in make-up. This person started saying all sorts of horrible and threatening things. I responded that what I did was none of his business. He rambled on and on with his threats and accusations.
Two awarenesses came from this encounter. First, judging by what he was saying he knew nothing of what cross-dressing is all about. I'm not a flaming homo (well, maybe a little bi, but that's beside the point), I'm not out to molest his kids or any of the other crazy things he was accusing me of.
Secondly, and most importantly, I felt no shame at being "exposed" as a cross-dresser. I am a transvestite and I am (finally) okay with that. For so many years the thought of being found out or exposed filled me with this terrible dread that many of you ladies know so well. I do like to dress in women's clothes and really, so what? That doesn't make me a terrible person. Just a guy in a cute dress.
Do you have any contact info for this jerk ? If you do, please direct me to him so that I may confront him, do battle with him, and at last best him. If he is within 100 miles of Rocky Mount, NC, I shall also challenge him to come out onto the floor of the Star City roller rink with me at a predetermined time, so that I may play "Roller Derby" with him and put him in the Nash General Emergency Care Center.
(I just love being me !)
Ok, first off the first lady handle the issue very well, why the other is the latter, Yes words can insight violence, but how you handle it says a lot about what type of person you are, planning to put one in the ER simply says that you are a violence person by nature
Saturday, April 10, 2010
After Reading Q-notes this week,actually the events section I have notice a strange pattern of events for our community. It would seem that we have many types of events and social engagements but no true Meet and Greet type of events. No Group or Organization has hosted a simple Community Meet n Greet, where the community can meet and socialize with each other. Why is this? Are we just allowing our local Gay bars and Club to be our only alternative?
“It is, perhaps, ironic in an age when, across the country, police cameras capture and ticket red-light-runners, and many traffic stops are videotaped from the dashboard of a squad car. “Well, all of a sudden when the shoe is on the other foot, it’s, ‘Wait, wait, there’s an intrusion of the wiretap act,’” says Paul Hetznecker, a Philadelphia civil rights lawyer.