Monday, April 28, 2014

Very Out

tgsymb After work on Thursday, I was waiting at a red light at the on-ramp to the parkway when I noticed two decals on the red Chevy Cavalier in front of me.

I have seen one  of the decals on other vehicles countless times in the past --- the blue and yellow equal sign that the Human Rights Campaign uses as its logo.

On the other hand, I have never seen the other decal on a vehicle in all my life --- the transgender symbol.

I was impressed. Here was someone who was very out about who he/she was, so much so that they were willing to display it on their vehicle.

Maybe the driver was not trans, just a supporter and admittedly, most civilians would not know the significance of the transgender symbol, not to mention the equality symbol, but still...!

I tried to see if I recognized the driver, but I could not get a good look from my perspective and when we got on the parkway, the red Chevy sped off leaving me the dust.

I wish I had an opportunity to talk to the driver and commend him or her on their true grit.





Actor Johnny Depp femulates on television’s 21 Jump Street in 1988.





Source: Madeleine

Wearing Madeleine.

1 comment:

  1. You need to be careful, though. I once spotted a bumper sticker I agreed with on the car in front of me at the gas station. I commented to the driver about their expression of support. He looked at me like I had 3 heads, looked at the bumper and said, "Oh, I just bought this car and haven't had a chance to scrape that off yet." Later, I laughed. At the time, I felt 2 inches tall.