One senator wants to make doing your business the state’s business using bathroom monitors in Target and schools
Here come the bathroom police: Alabama is going after Target by tapping attendants to monitor trans-inclusive restrooms – Salon.com
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25 Jul 2016 Leave a comment
Whether those of us unable to cast a vote for Hillary Clinton are decried as privileged, petulant, tire fires, sexist (because only she deserves to be the …
22 Jul 2016 Leave a comment
Source: The Ralph Nader Myth
In the 2000 Florida election, Ralph Nader received 97,488 votes, while Al Gore lost the state (and, therefore, the presidency) by 537 votes to Mr. Bush.
For many Democrats here on DKos that is all they need to know. Nader cost Gore the election.
But to stop there and decide that nothing else matters is to also leave the “reality-based community” label behind, because there are many other numbers that also matter.
20 Jul 2016 Leave a comment
I offer my line of reasoning as a guide to others who might be agonizing over their decision this year.
An open letter to Jean last name withheld, the person who dumped Cocoa at the pound | A day in the life of lunchy…
13 Sep 2013 Leave a comment
with but a slight change this letter could refer to Rachel and how she treated me and our cats at the end of it all. Two cats, one of them was 12 and the other 8 and she sold them to a clean up person that took them away one morning. i had no idea. of course if she could throw away a person for being sick then i suppose it’s easy enough to throw away animals.
Interview With an Actual Stonewall Riot Veteran: The Ciswashing of Stonewall Must End! | The Transadvocate
16 Aug 2013 Leave a comment
“The Stonewall Inn was made up of the dregs of the community. Transgenders and transsexuals were not allowed in many of the gay clubs. And the Stonewall Inn was mostly prostitutes and drug addicts, and drag queens and transgenders. It was not your respectable gay club.”
09 Aug 2013 Leave a comment
“Anti-trans views ultimately come from a flawed, female-chauvinist analysis that sees sexism as the paramount issue and only weakly, if at all, takes into account how women’s oppression intersects with racism, class, ableism, homophobia and of course transphobia. The solidarity that is needed to win liberation is only possible by understanding that different forms of oppression have a common basis in the private property system and that we have a common need to replace capitalism with a system of socialist equality. Under a socialist system, people will have the freedom to express their gender and sexuality in any way they choose. This is the society Radical Women is fighting for.”
Hurray! finally there is a consistently articulate response to the TERFS.