Real stories like all this transgenderism crap we gays have had shoved down our throats, because you know the trannies are such special snowflakes, and we need to walk a fine line between conformity and invisibility as far as they're concerned.
But his response, which came originally via email, was tantamount to a blow off.
If memory serves, because I've no need to create a paper trail with anyone, it was something along the lines of "Yeah, sure dude. Offer your suggestions on Twitter."
So I did. And no surprise, I heard nothing from the man because the reality is Twitter only exists to create content, not conversation. And because I am one of the most reviled people on the internet, I was convinced he was baiting me into saying something online so he can block me. The gay blogs and writers have a tendency to do that alot, especially when yours truly says or writes something someone considers unacceptable, never mind it all be true, but whatever.
So Imagine my surprise this morning when I receive a tweet from him asking me to send him links about this issue.
I suppose I should be flattered, but I'm actually pissed off. Don't they do any research over there at the Huffington Post? It's not like they're out of the element because alot of people there have written stuff about transgenders. And some have been villified for it.
How would I know? Because I read! I know for a fact Michaelangelo Signoriile, and Noah Michelson, and James Nichols have had their asses chewed out on social media, as have many of their celebrity and non celebrity writers.
And who exactly are all those people in the background, running around frantically with their laptops and iPads as if something important just happened? Are they actors or is that CGI?
Here's the thing, people: You can't have it both ways, shaming, ridiculing, and dismissing this writer and his blog as being irrelevant or worse one minute and the next you're asking me to bail your ass out because now, the trans Qaeda are at your door step, and they want you to adopt their beliefs and act they way they think you should, or else.
And I remind, again, I was the guy who stood up for the transgender community when everyone else was throwing them under the bus. What happened? They happened. And I've been trying to do something about it, not to much success because the people you see on Wordpress and Twitter and Facebook who share, supposedly, the same belief transgenderism a disease not a right are only interested in winning. They don't want to follow or email or be friends. And frankly, they've become part of the problem, not the solution.
All they want to do is score points with whomever is the most popular on unpopular tranny on social media.
Fuck that. Fuck you. Fuck everything.
Josh, if you're really interested in doing something or saying something, forget Twitter. You know where to find me.