Happy G-Day to Me
I know it’s been a long time.
Over a year since I was really around for any stretch of time.
A lot has happened, and I’ve been taking care of myself.
I’m not officially back or anything.
But I wanted to share something with you all.
Today marks one year of me being publicly out as transgender, in my physical life.
There are so many of you who were a huge part of me getting to this point.
I just want you to know that I love each and every single one of you.
I doubt I’d still be breathing if it wasn’t for some of you.
So today is a big day for me, but it’s also a big day for you.
From the bottom of my heart, I thank all of you.
Anonymous asked: Hey Gail, OSC is right. One day soon America is going to wake up and that will be very bad news for followers of the perversion you love so much. You might regret your part in spreading the corruption.
“Kids can’t learn about sexuality and gender because it’s too scary or confusing for them” yeah because YOU told them they there are ONLY straight men and straight women from the age of three and then used that limited scope an an excuse to carry on dodging the subject.
I found the seven times table scary and confusing but I still had to do about 20 exams about it
Getting it Backwards
Full disclosure: this is in response to a parenthetical comment made in an otherwise very good argument about problematic tropes in media. I am not naming it here, because in the context of discussing that piece, it probably counts as derailing. In a broader context of talking about talking about media, I think it’s a valid point, so I’m sharing it.
the tl;dr here is: problematic elements in media are bad because they are destructive to the lives of people, not because they make things boring.
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