Tuesday, August 14, 2018

it's called acting for a reason

Someone named Jack Whitehall - he's not a household name - is facing a backlash after news broke that he'd been cast as Disney's first major gay character in Jungle Cruise, a film based on Disneyland's theme park ride where a small riverboat takes a group of travelers through a jungle filled with dangerous animals and reptiles, but with a supernatural element.

The film is due to be released in October 2019.

Some gay blogs and writers are asking why a gay actor wasn't cast for the role.
Seems none of them hadn't heard this thing called acting, a concept that involves males and females taking on roles that push one outside their comfort zones.

I imagine these people are hoping Mr. Whitehall will withdraw the same way Scarlett Johansson did in July after transgender activists had an apoplectic fit over news she was going to play Dante “Tex” Gill, a lesbian who dressed as a man and was heavily heavily involved in the underworld in Pittsburgh in the ‘70s and ‘80s.

Whether he does nor not will be up to him. Simply put, it's a sad reflection of the times and where society is further heading.

Nobody complained when two straight actors were cast as gay lovers in Call Me By Your Name. Well, to be clear, there was a complaint raised, but it came mostly from Chad Felix Greene, a gay conservative political and social writer.

Greene doesn't (or didn't) like Call Me Your Name; specifically, Greene likened the film to sexual exploitation which is odd given the film isn't predatory nor pedophillia.

Then again, what would one expect from Greene? The guy is well known for his fake outrage and virtue signaling and he's managed somehow to fool The Federalist in making him senior writer, that in of itself, a bewilderment.

Nonetheless, the whole idea or notion heterosexual actors must not be allowed to be gay roles, is stupid.

What's to come next? Gay actors not being allowed to play straight roles?

It's called acting, stupid. Disney has every right to cast whoever they want in their movies. Movie studios have no obligation to the gay community. If the film sucks, it'll be on them, not us.

Saturday, August 11, 2018

It's not bigotry to reject transgenderism and all its inconsistencies and contradictions.

Short and sweet, trans women are men. Trans men are women.

Easy-Peasy.

And yet, as simple as it sounds or reads, the LGBT establishment seems to not understand that man cannot arbitrarily decide to become a woman by simply "identifying" as one, and a woman cannot arbitrarily decide to become a man by identifying as one.

Nope. Uh-uh. Not possible. Transgenderism is a construct built on a foundation of contradictions and inconsistencies. The idea or notion trans people have anything in common with gays and lesbians is an idea or notion meant to de-legitimize our lived, and all too real, experiences.

Gay people do not want to surgically alter themselves. We are not at war with the "gender binary" or whatever faddish term they're using today.

On the other hand, the transgender lobby has waged war against our rights. They've engaged in a years long slow motion coup against human rights and reality. They've managed a few wins under their belt. The Human Rights Campaign, GLAAD, The National Lesbian and Gay Task Force, SAGE, and The National Lesbian and Gay Journalists Association are just a few of the many organizations who have abandoned gays and lesbians to their fate. It's leadership now behave like leaders of a cult, brainwashing its followers into believing the forceful establishment of a world-wide queer-transgender caliphate is the answer to all our problems.

We cannot rely on the media to explain the rights and wrongs of trangenderism. They no longer value or recognize truth. The media wants to call gay people and women opposed to transgenderism bigots and transphobic for accepting our sexualitIes and our truths.

Facts are not transphobic. Women and girls have a right to privacy and to be free from harm.

Gays and lesbians have the right to be comfortable in their private spaces and not have anyone imposing their sexual fluidity on us.

So why has it gotten so hard to understand transgenderism hostile and compulsory?

For that we'll have to look at our culture and history. It has been and always will be rife in hypocrisy and double standards. It wasn't that long ago when gay rights activists used reserve the labels “bigot” “hater” and “homophobe” against Christians, conservatives, and Republicans they claim were spreading hate.

But hate, bigotry, and homophobia doesn't occur unless a homosexual or gay person does something with bad intent. Otherwise, who cares what those fools have to say? They think Q is real and in the invisible sky daddy.

Unfortunately our history and culture requires there be a bogeyman to keep things from getting awkward. Who better the better the bogeyman than ourselves?

Gays hate their culture and history. It began the moment the 1969 Stonewall Inn riot became a symbol of the fight for equality. The original people who participated never cared one way or the other of the legacy they were about to create and later, leave behind. Had they, there wouldn't be any myth-making over who did what first.

If our gay and lesbian leaders of the time done their job right the first time there would be no transgender problem, let alone this problem we're having on social media where women can be arbitarily banned on Twitter for tweeting "women don't have penises," or gay bloggers smeared for refusing compulsory ideologues.

Transgenderism has become a monster and it's all our fault. We owe the blame to ourselves and our repeated failure to hold the orgs and the media and others responsible for creating this monster to account.

In April, 2007, Democrats introduced the Employment Non-Discrimination Act or ENDA, a bill which included gender identity. For the record and for what it's worth, I supported passage of this bill. But then Democrats realized gender identity and expression was a problem, so they dropped it. One now former Congressman made the announcement on what was then a gay advocacy blog.

I posted the following comment there:

"It would seem, Sir, you have forgotten your history and just who it was that paved the way for you to become an openly gay Congressman from Massachusetts."

To be clear, had I known then what I know now about transgenderism and all it's works, I wouldn't have wrote it. That's a mistake I''ll have to live with. 

But let's be clear about this too: I wouldn't have said it had equality advocates not become lazy and lethargic.

Would it have hurt an author and historian or someone else to email or hit me up on social media and say the transgender identity didn't exist in 1969, that those troons who say they caused the uprising weren't there until hours or days later or explain with clarity why sexual orientation and gender identity and expression are two different issues and should be in separate bills?

Not at all.

And yet they have. Makes me wonder if there's anyone out there really cares if my gay community is going to hell in a handbasket.

Is there a gay community to speak of?

In a way, it's sad and embarrassing that I had to go on some bizarre journey to uncover the truth about transgenderism. But I can only accept so much responsibility.

Transgender doesn't belong here with gay and lesbian. It's a medical condition, not a sexual orientation. Saying so is not bigotry or transphobic. Those LGBT bloggers, activists, and writers who say women and gay men are bigots for refusing transgender demands, are co-opting terms that have been used to oppress and marginalize blacks and latinos.

Transphobic is not a real word because transgenderism is not a real thing. It's a psychiatric disorder; it should never have been celebrated or accommodated.

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

#walkaway proves snopes is not always and entirely trustworthy.

Following news reports Facebook removed 32 Pages and accounts from Facebook and Instagram because they were involved in coordinated inauthentic behavior, Brandon Straka implored his followers to sign up for an email list in the event Facebook deemed his page inauthentic.

That I know of - Facebook has never been an option for me, thus I've never experienced any of its addictive properties - his Facebook page is still up.

How so, despite evidence Russian bots have co-opted the Walk Away movement to breed division?

That's a good question and I'm glad I asked it.

In short, he's received alot of help from Trump supporters and ironically, online fact checking websites including Snopes.com, the latter who couldn't seem to prove or disprove #WalkAway used stock photograph models from Shutterstock.com to make it appear Democrats leaving the party.

To be fair, there's no evidence -- not even anecdotal -- Straka created those memes.  However, as I noted in an earlier post, Straka did use stock photograph models from two other websites to promote his online store.

Ironically, Snopes has yet to update it's original post on the #walkaway meme controversy.  Apparently, it's not that all interested in uncovering all that's wrong - or right - with the #WalkAway campaign, but more in helping Straka hide behind the claim #WalkAway is a grassroots movement.

Spoiler alert: It's not.  

When he's not getting his rocks off  on appearing on conservative media outlets,  Straka is Vice President at The Sumner Group, a marketing and advertising agency based in North Carolina.

Update: Perhaps coincidental or perhaps not, following my expose, Straka changed vendors, dumping teepspring.com for ohshirtyeah.com.

this week in peak trans (and it's only tuesday)

Jess Bradley, a trans identified male and - wait for it - "first ever" elected Trans Officer in the UK National Union of Students, was suspended from his post earlier this week after his not quite so private Tumblr blog - go figure - was exposed on Twitter.

The blog, according to sources, was called Exhibitionizm, and it featured pictures of Bradley revealing his erect genitals in public spaces such as train stations and bus stops, and his desk at work at the University of Manchester.

His blog is also said to contain other posts that include themes of rape, pedophilia, and incest.


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On December 20, 2017, Tre'Von Howard told his mom that he was going out with a who he had met on Instagram. But the "woman" turned out to be a trans identified male named Chanel whose legal name is Quinton Lonnel Harris.

The next day, Tre'Von was found deceased in a hotel. An autopsy later revealed Tre'Von had alcohol poisoning and suffocated after choking on his vomit.

"Chanel," a 30-year-old convicted sex offender with a rap sheet full of felonies, including a 2010 case where Harris was charged with raping a 15-year-old boy at a local hotel in Cleveland, Ohio, was investigated but never charged with Tre'Von's death, this despite evidence that includes text and photo messages, and an admission from Harris he provided alcohol to Tre'Von.


Moral Of The Story: Other than perhaps encouraging parents to be extra vigilant when it comes to checking children's social media habits, transgenderism has become a real life sci-fi horror story, demanding all access to children for their own personal recreation. 


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An appeals court in Midland, Michigan has ruled in favor of Yvette Cormier, the woman who filed a lawsuit against Planet Fitness over their so called transgender friendly locker room policy.

Yvette Cormier's lawsuit against Planet Fitness was filed in Midland County in 2015 after her membership was canceled because she complained to fellow gym members over several days about seeing a trans identified male using the locker room.

The man, who calls himself Carlotta Sklodowska, is a fetishist and crossdresser who seems to have a thing for elderly women over 75.  But of course, the LGBT media is calling the decision "transphobic,"  because, after all, why not?  LGBT media wants everyone to believe what they're doing is prudent and reasonable. In their world, they believe truth is irrelevant, and as such can say and print whatever they want with absence of malice.

That includes the great big lie about trans identified males and females being a misunderstood, persecuted minority.

Do they care they're being used as pawns by the transgender lobby? Of course they don't!  They seem to believe they're serving democracy.  What do they care about some woman confronting a creep in a Planet Fitness locker room?

Wednesday, July 25, 2018

#walkaway really is more than a hashtag




Ever since his campaign mysteriously went viral in June, Brandon Straka hasn't been able to shake off allegations his crusade to make liberals leave The left and join the Republican Party is not an astroturf movement.

His biggest fans are black conservatives, all of whom appear to be vying for the title of #WalkAway's official house negro and internet startuppers hoping the magic will spread their way.

For reasons that can't be explained, none of those people seem to notice how they're using used and exploited by a grifter who lives off gofundme campaigns, or care, perhaps.

Nor can they explain why anyone would want to leave liberalism and hook up with a party whose leader betrayed America.

But its like that on the right, I suppose.

Yet their numbers are small compared to the Russian linked social media accounts posing as disgruntled Democrats driving his campaign...

And fake models.

In addition to learning the recently converted  are actually Shutterstock models, @ngblog dig some digging of his own and learned the people who are helping Straka disprove #WalkAway is not a bot driven movement are also models from a marketing website.












How unfortunate. As I've been saying for weeks, Straka's original message is true, definite, and based on facts. The left has indeed become “intolerant, inflexible, illogical, hateful, misguided, ill-informed, un-American, hypocritical, menacing, callous, ignorant, narrow-minded and at times blatantly fascistic.”

My so colleagues here in gay media constantly want to discredit me badly because they know I know what they're doing is unethical and wrong.   I don't get much help because there's really no one out there to offer any help.    

But unlike Straka, I or we don't need to lie or bullshit, let alone, become part of a party who is homophobic,  divides families, and openly discriminates against blacks and Puerto Ricans.

I might be foolish and naive, maybe, but I'm not stupid.

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

#PoseOnFX: better this than another unwanted reboot.

It's hard to believe Pose, a show about A show about black trans women and queer men living through the AIDS crisis in ‘80s New York, set against the backdrop of ball culture, got a second season pickup.   


Pose with rife with cheesy dialogue,transgender dogma and lazy tropes. 

We can perhaps credit the trans lobby for manipulating Rotten Tomatoes and Metacritic into giving the show high approval ratings; and, of course, LGBT Inc, the latter whom these days are scared shitless to say no to troons.

Forcing everyone into accepting their compulsory ideology has been the one thing they're good at and they're not likely to change their behavior and ways anytime soon, if ever. 

Nonetheless, and just so everyone knows, I wasn't part of ball culture back in my day.  I had other priorities and limitations, some forced upon me and others by my own mind and imagination.

So I can't say for sure what was depicted in Pose is factual.  I suppose I could ask, but that would mean seeing people I really don't want to see again.  Better to leave the past behind, and trust in new beginnings.

And sure, call me a hypocrite and fool for donating so much time into reviewing this show, but if I'm to write smack about a TV show, better I watch first before I go in on it.

So I have.

Now that I have, well, it wasn't that bad.  There's a few things I don't get, as in was it really necessary include or feature a Trump subplot - Evan Peters played a gay or bisexual man striving to work his way up the ladder of the Trump Organization who has an affair with a trans identified male sex worker and ballroom participation - but then what would a TV show be without drama?

Truth be told, I sort of related to Mr. Peter's character than anyone else in the show: An unfulfilled man doing what everyone else is telling him to be, all the while denying his own truth.

The rest of the cast, however, not so much.  But there are eight million stories in the naked in the city and whatever is being depicted in Pose is one of them.

Pose was sometimes cliche and homophobic, but of course! The show's writers include Janet Mock and "Our Lady J", two xenophobic trans identified males, whereas there seems to be some love hate thing going on with Ryan Murphy and the gay community.

That gay bar scene appeared to be more an indictment against the gay community more than an reflection of the period.

Full disclosure: A few years ago, I met another gay blogger and his husband at a gay bar in The Village. It was my first time in a gay bar, ever. I don't drink or socialize. I'm not into small talk either.  I've no regrets.  I haven't missed anything.

Wait, is this a review or what?

Doesn't matter; Despite it's flaws, the show has received tremendous acclaim, and dserves another season.  Besides, better Pose than another unwanted reboot.

Sunday, July 22, 2018

this week in peak trans


Better late than never.  Not my fault.  It's been cray all week long and with the rain cooling things down, I finally have a break from all the madness.

Avery Edison is a trans identified male who fancies himself a comedian. When he's not telling jokes, you can find him on Twitter selling dick pics and raging about gay and straight women who refuse to let him insert his penis into them.

This week, and for reasons that are rife in hypocrisy and double standards, Edison had most of female Twitter in an uproar after he told a lesbian vlogger her being gay is her choice.

To the surprise of absolutely no one, there hasn't been a hint of outrage from The Human Rights Campaign, GLAAD, the National Gay Lesbian Task Force, National Center For Lesbian RIghts, Lambda Legal, or anyone in LGBT media... but of course.

Sure, they'll pitch a fit over Trump allegedly being anti-gay or anti-transgender, piss themselves into a corner when some ignorant mom and pop store owner puts a sign on his door refusing to service LGBT's; but when it comes to trans activists and their insane list of dictates and demands, it's pretty much anything goes at this point.

Kind of disgusting, isn't it? Yeah, it is.  Thing is, this is not a new concept or directive just now being put out by the trans lobby.  Trans activists have been pushing for compulsory conformity for years and have gotten away with it thanks in part to the LGBT establishment, the latter whom are now, for all intents and purposes, anti-gay and anti-lesbian.

The onus is on the feminazi's who indulged this guy; They are the same ones known to scream and shout at men they falsely accuse of talking down to them.  They have no problem calling men on the right side of the spectrum sexists, accuse [us] of mansplaining, whatever that is.

Yet they don't apply those words to Avery Edison, or Riley Dennis, or Zinnia Jones.

In as much as people argue about Trump being transphobic, they're just like him in many ways.  They, like Donald Trump, can say and do anything they want with impunity and they won't lose any customers or fan support..

Meanwhile, Hand across the water and heads across the sky, Liam "Lily" Madigan, a transgender identified Labour activist is mad at The Sun, a British tabloid after they published an exclusive story about a transgender prisoner who sexually assaulted four females while on remand. 

Madigan accused The Sun of outing him after writing a followup on him and the criticism he's recieved for calling their original story fear mongering. Madigan appears regularly on British media and espouses pro-transgender views.  If I'm not mistaken, he's often introduced on air as the first transgender person to hold the title of Woman's Officer of The UK Labour Party.

He should be so lucky they haven't called him a troon.