If the fetus you save is gay will you still fight for its rights shirt and women’s tank top
- 5.3 oz., pre-shrunk 100% cotton
- Dark Heather is 50/50 cotton/polyester
- Sport Grey is 90/10 cotton/polyester
- Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves
- Seven-eighths inch seamless collar
- Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
Aren’t gay people and trannies way different from each other. Why would a gay guy care about a transvestite’ s rights …like a straight person and gay are different gay If the fetus you save is gay will you still fight for its rights shirt and trannies are as different. Not saying why care. But just saying black people have to push for certain this. Illegal immigrants same thing….Each group.is different and not all of them care or agree with the other. Strange they lump them all together.
If the fetus you save is gay will you still fight for its rights shirt
It seems that it was too soon for the transgender movement at the time. Just like how at the time of Martin Luther King Jr., it was too soon for gay rights (just ask our dearly departed, Bayard Rustin). What those people said about the trans community is appalling and I hate the term “too soon” because it should have been always for all of us, but the world can only open its eyes so much at a time. I don’t think it was usurped. It seems as though the heteronormative wouldn’t have even given us a shot… And we aren’t the same. Gender and sexuality are different. If the fetus you save is gay will you still fight for its rights shirt We should be and are fighting together but the tables could have easily been reversed. Would gays and lesbians have been part of a transgender only movement?? A great thing here to share. A straight married couple with a son from my church just put out not one but two gay flags outside of their home for the month of June to show and celebrate pride. The three of them also wear gay pride tee shirts to church to show support. Wish we had more people to show support like them.
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There is a big world out there beyond NYC. And this has got to be one of the most vapid minimal descriptions of the queer civil rights movement that I’ve ever seen. Our LGBTQ community has known far too much violence. I recall the first visit I made to Menjos here in Detroit ended with bottles over heads and blood shed. Some straight person was likely rubbed the wrong way. Woah this erases our biggest heros and fighters that made all of this possible with their blood, sweat, faith and works. It is shameful that trans women of color Ms. Major, Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson are erased from our history and so many others. Also hellllo learn some trans 101. That shit is offensive and wrong- words, terms, videos- they all have power. I hope you are learning from all the feedback. ATTN: you gonna re-do this video or naw? Surprisingly? Of course I have met many young individuals in our community who care nothing about hearing where the men and women of this community came from or how they survived so I shouldn’t be surprised I guess