Transgender DiscriminationThere's a disease going around (or at least it seems like a disease) called "Pointless Hate". This disease is the damnation of the human existence.Transgender Discrimination9 years ago in Editorial More Like This
Here in Jackson, Michigan I've learned there is no such thing as tolerance or love. The majority of the population in this speck of dust town considers itself christian, however, they are far from what Jesus would have wanted to see. Infact I do believe he'd be ashamed.
Spring Arbor college is located a few miles out of town; it's considered a christian college. Julie Marie Nemecek is a professor there. Everything seems normal about what I just wrote, but there is something else--Julie Marie Nemecek was formerly John Nemecek. Spring Arbor college is not renewing his contract despite the fact he's been with them for 16 years. Why, do you ask? Because Spring Arbor college is intolerant of John's (Julie's) gender change.
Julie Nemecek did not undergo surgery to change from a man into a woman. She simply wants to go about wearing women's clothe
Transgender RespectThis is something that saddens me, I hear it every day.Transgender Respect6 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
There is no love in the world any more, they only want their pay.
But what is even sadder, and you might not have guessed.
Is those who are brung so far down, simply for their chest.
Their genitals don't matter, and it never really should.
Transgendered people, are really misunderstood.
I kills me to think, that people are so stubborn to see.
They are who they are, just like you and me.
Though people take one look, then turn away.
They never really listened, to what they had to say.
They are people too, just born in the wrong gender.
They are kinder then you, I hope you will remember.
I love how strong they are, because I know it's hard.
To go through so much, and even then an extra yard.
What you might not realise, is that unlike you and me.
They have to go through so damn much, to be who they want to be.
I love each one of them because they try their best.
To be who they want to be and not stand out from the rest.
I adore them f
A Day in The Life of a TransgenderWhat does everyone think when they take off their clothes?A Day in The Life of a Transgender4 years ago in Emotional More Like This
When they take a shower or get dressed every day?
What do you feel?
Do you want to be able to take a zipper and zip off your top layered body like in cartoons?
Do you sit in your bed crying refusing to look in a mirror?
To those who still don't know what I'm trying to get at:
Stop right now and think.
Think of who you are.
Name everything that makes you you.
Now picture everything that makes you who you are and change it to the polar opposite.
Yes, even gender and sex.
Boys, look into a mirror and imagine you have DD breasts.
Girls, look into a mirror and imagine you have no boobs, but are growing a beard.
Think of how turned upside down your life would be.
All the medical procedures, mental torture, bullying, the wrong kind of puberty.
For me, I have to tape down my breasts and wear tight spandex to hide my curves.
And worst of all I have to wake up every morning and take a shower looking the way I do.
My school is all girls,