Wednesday, July 4, 2018

Happy Independence Day!

The Fourth of July is just a reference to a calendar date. No matter how much they try to brainwash us with "Fourth of July," remember it is really Independence Day, the day that the colonists thumbed their noses at the British and said we will do it our way, not your way.

Independence Day was the precursor of our Constitution and the Bill of Rights that some of our current leaders and fellow citizens are trying to amend to better fit their idea of what this nation should be: a nation under their “god.”

Well, their god is not my god. Their god does not have compassion for anyone that does not follow what they consider to be their self-defined "norms." There is no room for transpeople, as well as the other segments of GLBT in the nation under their god.

Our forefathers separated from Britain to get away from people like these so-called theists and it is time we reclaim the real meaning of Independence Day here before it is just a fond memory.

Source: Boston Proper
Wearing Boston Proper (Source: Boston Proper)

Shaun Mitchell
Femulator Shaun Mitchell and girlfriend Mel Wood in 2013. I wonder if they are still a couple today.


  1. Unfortunately not.

  2. I believe I read a follow-up article where the "look-alike couple" had broken up because she got tired of him always trying to look like her.

  3. AnonymousJuly 04, 2018

    Hi Stana,
    I do like your captioned image ('John had doubts about how badly Uncle Sam wanted him.'); It is clean and nicely understated.
    Happy 4th of July.
    Penny Patience.

  4. Well, I have a long ways to match John's svelte figure in your captioned image. I'm trying to win the Battle of the Bulge.

  5. Janet YbarraJuly 05, 2018

    I read your post with interest... particularly the "God" parts. Being Buddhist, I don't subscribe to the notion of God, not in any way that would be familiar to a Western or Christian mindset.

    The Buddhist attitude towards someone being trans is pretty simple and straightforward. The Buddha taught not to get too wrapped up in one's physical body. But if being one gender or another brings you happiness as you walk the path to Enlightenment, that's fine too.