Kat over at Enda Blog is righteously “fucking mad” that New York gay’s are continuing to place Marriage equality over GENDA.
I couldn’t agree more with Kat on that count but what makes me really “fucking mad” is a that queer rising, a New York Gay advocacy organization is using Rupaul’s misappropriated brand trying to embarrass their opponents with MY transgender expression.
Ok, you’re thinking, so maybe Queer Rising has a history of transgender activism and being populated by trans people this transgression might not seem as offensive. Viewing the video of past actions I see no obviously trans peeps so we’ll dig a little deeper, there still might be some trans in the woodpile.
Well, Queer Rising’s Facebook page and web page listing past actions doesn’t have anything in support of the most vulnerable of our community, inner city transgender people. Neither does Queer Rising cofounder Natasha Dillon Twitter account nor does Queer Rising.
But Queer Rising’s Tweeter stream overflows with tweets by gay people celebrating Queers Rising dehumanizing of transgender people for GAY MARRIAGE!
Queer Rising WHO THE FUCK DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? TAKE THE “T” OUT OF YOUR NAME! you have done nothing to earn it
So, I painted myself into a corner you think defending RuPual of all people!
Number 1. RuPaul is a transphobic cisgender gay pig who’s monetarily capitalizing on the transgender expression which tragically simultaneously assimulates our expression. (we got him, like it or not)
Number 2. That said, drag does fall under the transgender umbrella as much as I don’t like it and you’re using it to denigrate our expression is an attack on our physical welfare.
I got a better idea! Why don’t we place your senatorial opponents on top of your gay fist and humiliate him with the idea HE MIGHT BE GAY? *GASP* Just leave transgender expression and identity alone. I’ll tell you why.
You are gay and lesbian misogynist and did not want to denigrate the gay experience. Becuse transgender people are easily accessible less respected minority EVERYONE can laugh at, one that gay people feel they have some claim to. YOU USED US!
We are not less than you, damn it.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org and/or call Co Founder Natasha Dillon at 917-520-8554.