The Changing Storylines of The McDonald fiasco and Maryland Second Chance

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My opinion this whole McD’s fiasco

Claiming the bathroom and/or Trans status was the cause is the one cause that goes best with BOTH sides agenda…that why the story has changed over time on both sides….now that the shit has hit the fan…. They ALL are adjusting

Chrissy claims NOW that its about bathroom because I believe that trans activist are persuading her to tell that lie now…they want it to be blow up about public accommodations….because us trans people want change in the bathroom accommodations department….so it have become political now that the publicity has came

Now the Attackers will say its about bathroom or trans issue  because they will have the “it was pervert CD in the women bathroom” excuse to use in court. They can say she was man dress liek a woman and should have been in teh bathroom so we fought her to protect ourselves cross-dressing pervert..see so if teh court believe that they may get a more lenient punishment if the court sympathize that way of thinking

…unfortunately for Chrissy she already told her side on film that prove AGAINST a race or Gender motivated crime….so the attacker will get there punishment based one a regular assault charge not a hate crime. Fortunately for the trans people this will give Maryland and other states a chance to revamp a REAL trans friendly bill other than the crap they proposed a few weeks ago

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Diamond Stylz is a transgendered entertainer/activist/public speaker. She is pursuing a masters in Psychology.From sharing her sultry voice in song, her comedic antics,to sharing her life & commentary in the online media, she will capture your heart.
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One Response to The Changing Storylines of The McDonald fiasco and Maryland Second Chance

  1. Asma says:

    , with anything, it dpednes on how it is being asked and what the intentions are behind it. As long as there’s no malintent, then I think it’s fine. I’m a firm believer that understanding is what breaks down intolerance and hatred. If a question about hormones can break the ice, then I’m all for it. And I don’t see it as anything wrong if someone is asking questions to satisfy their curiosity. Ever notice that the haters aren’t asking questions? They are just making assumptions and think they already know it all and that what they believe is fact. I’ll take a curious person over that any day. I think that when we shut people down who are curious, then we are running the risk of creating haters from people who otherwise may not have been. Someone’s experience with me may effect how they feel about all transmen. Whether we like it or not, each of us is always representing everyone else who is in whatever group(s) we a part of.As for other trans people asking me questions, I think it is important. As was mentioned, we are always comparing ourselves to one another and seeking information about what to expect and how hormones affect each of us differently. Also, transgender is a very broad term and can encompass people who seek to medically transition, those who do not, and those who want to but haven’t started yet. Are you on hormones? is a question that can tell a transperson if the other transperson is someone they have more in common with in terms of experiences of being transgender. I don’t see it as any different than do you have kids? or what was your major? Also, getting on hormones is a real milestone for many transpeople, so I also see it as being kind of like the question when do you graduate? Personally, I am grateful to people who are willing to share info about themselves because it helps me to gain more understanding, which I think helps me to be a better person. So I am glad to return the favor by sharing with others.

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