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How to breed the wrong type of transvestite

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As a photograph of Simpson was shown, announcer Alan Kalter shouted, “What? Amanda? Amanda used to be a dude?”

“Oh my God!” he shouted, before running off stage, with audience laughing.

In a letter to Letterman and CBS Entertainment President Nina Tassler, Human Rights Campaign called the bit “inappropriate and incendiary” and said it reflected “transphobia,” a fear or hatred of transgender people.

“Your skit affirmed and encouraged a prejudice against transgender Americans that keeps many from finding jobs, housing, and enjoying freedoms you and your writers take for granted every day,” HRC’s Allyson Robinson wrote in the letter.

It sounds vaguely like Letterman and his friends were remarking about how hot Simpson is. I tend to agree. The dude turned into a hot chick after he had surgery, and he knows how to do makeup. I mean she. I never get the pronouns right with transgendered people.

The Human Rights Campaign believes it’s acting in Amanda’s interest by defending her, when:

1. Letterman’s comment is the single best compliment a tranny can get.
2. Amanda is a politician and therefore gets humiliation since we pay her salary.
3. Is Amanda actually gay? Because I can’t find any info about this.

Human Rights Campaign seems to have no sense of humor, which is the first thing any transgendered person should have. A coalition with at least some sense of humor would do more for a tranny’s self-esteem than this strange lobbying/protection racket.

Written by xout

January 8, 2010 at 2:08 pm

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