20 Mayfair Lights and some of your finest cracstacy please.
I dunno just wondered...maybe it's just me...
Amuse me. Each year at pride, the big old drag queen boys come out and hijack the show on behalf of everyone else. Please note I only say this with experienced weighting - I did provide voluntary work for a local community prjoect only to be stazi-ostracised for remaining private about my orientation despite my gender identity.8 AnswersLesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender8 years ago
Burgers? Bacon? Steaks? Ideas please.4 AnswersPolls & Surveys8 years ago
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a condom falls out?9 AnswersPolls & Surveys8 years ago
Clouded Leopards, Pandas, Red Squirrels, Elephants, Killer Whales, more Red Squirrels, Snow Leopards, Teddybear-shaped mammals, Polar Bears...even more Red Squirrels! Is there anything darn-right ugly and unremarkable that is essential to the eco-system of life that is under threat that anyone cares about? Save The Lesser-spotted Plankton of The Sargasso Sea! Er...I haven't thought this through...4 AnswersConservation8 years ago
I use the term with myself in a self-mocking way, but I do feel it has been hijacked by Wags & Divas to derogate the transgender community, particularly when referring to other natal-women in a handbag stand-off. There seems to be a divide of transgender people about the word - some feel it is the equivalent of the "n" word in their community, others, like myself don't take it so seriously. In my view, I feel it is just a word that has been hijacked by rich women and thus by allowing it to become offensive, give them power over it. I use it to take it away from them and to show that I don't take my ego so seriously. I am undergoing MTF transition and ultimately, will no longer be termed as transgender when the transition is complete. Anyway, just want to know your feelings on it - do you think it cannot be taken back as a word we can proudly use? I don't write this to cause offence to others, just curious to your views. Thanks for reading.5 AnswersLesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender8 years ago