Perez Hilton Defends Trump and It doesn’t End Well
I sometimes think that certain people do things like this because they’re not getting enough attention on their own. I could be wrong, but I can’t help wondering.
From what I gather, in very simple terms, Perez tweeted something about Trump and birthright citizenship, which has been trending all week, and no one was pleased.
After receiving nothing but backlash, Hilton released a seven-and-a-half minute video, further defending his position.
“I am not of the school of thought that I have to disagree with everything that Donald Trump says,” he said.
You can read it all in full, here. They have the tweets and the video. I found a few of the comments interesting, too. Perez also mentions he doesn’t like Donald Trump.
Giant Transgender Flag At Lincoln Memorial
I’m always careful to treat these links with caution because I’m not trans and I don’t want to overstep the boundaries. It’s just that I see a lot of discrimination toward people who are trans, and I hope that by sharing things like this it might help people understand more.
Local activists joined forces with the National Center for Transgender Equality to pull off an amazing display of defiance. They unfurled a 150-foot trans flag on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to protest the Trump administration’s attacks on transgender people.
Trans Man Kicked Out Of London Gay Sauna For Not Having A Penis
You’d think by now these things would have stopped happening in all LGBTQ owned and operated businesses. You’d think by now all gay men would all understand trans people and treat them with total equality. Evidently, according to this article, not so much.
A London gay sauna kicked out a trans man for not having a penis.
26-year-old Jason Smith (not his real name) identifies as bisexual and says he’s a ‘very passable trans man’.
Here’s the rest
. The business gives an explanation about why they rejected this guy. They claim it had something to do with their licensing, and now they claim trans men are welcome. There are a lot of comments with this one.
In Their Prime by Ryan Field
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