By THE OLD BAG –
A press release from the Happy Transgender Center bubbled, “Rizi Timane — recording artist, author, actor, and life coach to the transgender community — has just released three new trans-affirmative singles: “Yeah! It Feels Good to Finally Be Me,” “Let’s Make Love,” and “I’m Beautiful.” Quite honestly, I don’t care if people want to swap sexes with themselves, but let’s get real: these people certainly suffer from a disorder. It’s not normal to change the hammer to the vacuum, and vice versa.
And why do these people – and people from all sorts of odd ball, special interest, racial, ethnic and religious groups – feel the need to constantly proclaim “what” they are?
Note: Jimmy The Saint says “never end a sentence with ‘is” or ‘are’” – whatever.
Back to the Bruce Jenners et al: They’re confused. But I’m also confused. Why do I care that it’s a “transgender”, much less a “happy transgender”, who released these songs? Are these songs somehow better because they come from a sex-changed-individual? What if they came from a normal, run-of-the-mill heterosexual dude? Would they still be worth listening to?
In any case, I wrote about Rizi Timane’s music release, so hopefully it gets him/her/whatever more publicity and accordingly more people (transgender, L, B, G, heterosexual, a-sexual and otherwise) buy her/his/whatever’s music.
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