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Todd Kincannon, Former South Carolina GOP Executive Director: American trans people should be interned in camps

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Former South Carolina GOP Executive Director, Todd Kincannon has publicly declared that some Americans should be interned in “camps.” Kincannon went on to refer to a trans person as a “goddamn he-she” and stated that trans people were “disgusting mentally ill weirdos.” While certainly worded with cruel intent, how does Kincannon’s message of exclusion differ in substance…

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Where Your HRC donations are going!

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Back to Oz

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I really do hesitate to even write this post, as the topic is a rehash of one of the ugliest times for GLBT unity I’ve ever seen. Recently Matt Foreman said the following on the Michelangelo Signorile Show concerning the ENDA debacle: I think what really happened is the Speaker’s people said ‘look, Congress has…

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Freak Of The Week: The Tabloid Media

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Give ’em an act with lots of flash in it And the reaction will be passionate Give ’em the old hocus pocus …. Give ’em the old three ring circus” — Richard Gere as Billy Flynn in the song “Razzle Dazzle” from the movie “Chicago” What the hell is up with being trans? Seriously, why…

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Do It for the GOPper: Republican Presidential Politics Plays to the Faithful

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While the Dems got through with their debates a week back, in the interest of fairness it behooves me to at least give the GOPpers a report with regards to Trans America. Two weeks earlier, they had their first network debate with all candidates currently declared (Fred Thompson is not one of those) in Iowa;…

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Bush Doesn’t Care About America

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When Kayne West said “George Bush doesn’t care about black people!” , he was partly right. George Bush doesn’t care about the majority of Americans or what they care about.  From HRC’s “Back Story” blog:  It’s really sad, but apparently Bush never tires of catering to his base, despite the undeniable (and well publicized) loss…

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