Ever So Closer

9 07 2017

Ste. Genevieve


Controversy over transgender inmate in Ste. Genevieve County

An investigation is underway at a southeast Missouri jail over a transgender inmate after complaints emerged about inappropriate contact.

This came after April Chambers of St. Louis said her daughter, who is also an inmate at the Ste. Genevieve County Sheriff’s Office and Detention Center, called home to tell her all about it.

“She said, ‘They put a man in here with us,’” Chambers said.

“I said, ‘What do you mean they put a man there?’ She said, ‘He looks like a woman in the face but, he’s having sex with the girls in here.’”

The sheriff’s office said as soon as the office heard about the incident, authorities took steps to separate the transgender individual and the female inmates.

But Chambers said she’s wondering how this could have happened in the first place.

First off, April Chambers is a black woman, and her daughter is also presumably black herself.  So I wonder how it came to be that she ended up in the pokey down in Ste. Gen.

Now, as for “how this could have happened in the first place” — It’s called World War T.

That said, Ste. Gen County is right next to Jefferson County, and Jefferson County has our Lila.  (Here, here, here and here).  Which means that maybe one day, JCSO will have to arrest our Lila.  Oh Puggg…

Speaking of WWT, there’s more news on that front today.  The sort that sorta makes the “World War” figure of speech almost literally true.  Of course, this should not be a surprise, even in the Era of the OCGE, because our OCGE is down with LGBTQetc and the Genderbread Person all the way.  Remember, forget about the culture wars, or something like that.  Which means, ladies, don’t ever drop the soap.



15 06 2017

Social justice keeps on social justicing on.

By now, I’m sure the word “ecophobia” has already been coined as a slur against people who think that “ecosexuality” is silly.

Question:  Where or how does ecosexuality fit on the Genderbread Person spectrum?  Or does it?  Will this mean that SJWs will have to do yet another revision of the Genderbread charts?

I’m waiting for the first video of a three-way between a genderfluid, a rock and a zebra.  Unless I’m not.

Gold Medal Woman

5 06 2017

New Britain, Connecticut

One of my theories about the genesis of man-to-woman transgenderism?

Mediocre men are superlative women.

I figured that as a theory when I found out about Martin(e) Rothblatt.  As a man, he was just another brick in the wall when it came to business executives, but as a woman, “she” is the highest paid “woman” CEO in the country.

I’ll say it again:

Mediocre men are superlative women.

And this one wasn’t even a “mediocre” man, as “mediocre” implies median-ness.  It says that “her” time would have been good for dead last place among the men.

I Thought He Croaked (But No Such Luck)

11 04 2017


I’m referring to the dork in Orlando with a fax machine.

Notice how Breitbart is playing this off, they’re trying to cause an intersectional wreck in Downtown NCAAville, crashing I’m Blickety Blackety Black Y’all against World War T.  Which only goes to prove, contra Barbie, that social justice, and not math, is what’s really hard.

That said, now I think why the NCAA is really circling the wagons around this transgender mess — I think it’s because the more the scream about transgenders, which will put them in the good graces of gay men in the media, as plain ole regular Gs are so defensive of Ts that it comes off as personal, the working theory is that a whole lot of Gs seriously ponder going T, the more the NCAA thinks that the media will ignore the dork’s faxes.

Continuously Variable Social Justice

5 04 2017

Your Blogmeister’s Desk

Does not the Genderbread Person make the Grand Acronym both obsolete and non-inclusive?

With Genderbread, you get to slide five pair of continuously variable sliding scales from zero to either a hundred percent or theoretically infinity to your self-identifying heart’s content.  In contrast, with the Acronym, you have to pick one of only several letter options, and while letters are being added over time, it’s still rigid and uncalculating.

Just think of it as the red-pilled trying to grok the woke.

Or better than that, someone out there is gloating that my social justice is more social justicey than your social justice, so nyah.

What Have I Been Telling You?

3 04 2017


I’ll tell you what I’ve been telling you:

It is a really dangerous game to make forward predictions and inferences about this generation because of the way they are now.  I think Millennials will be the generation that, when all is said and done, will have displayed the biggest Jekyll and Hyde change between their current young years and their middle age years, of all generations listed here.

And in this instance, we won’t have to wait.  They, especially the men, are already there now.

What’s interesting is that it compares 2014 data to 1994’s.  I myself happened to be a high school senior in 1994, more specifically, the ’94-’95 SY.  Depending on when in ’94 this survey was done, it could have been done early in the year and therefore given to the c/o ’94, or late in the year to the c/o ’95.  Either way, we know for sure it was given to people who are 39-41 years old now, Generation X, more specifically, the latter half of them/us sometimes called “Catalano” or “Oregon Trail” or “Xennials.”

And as it turns out, my subset of my generation may well have been the most socially liberal group of people in modern American history.  In other words, we were Peak Fuck Pat Robertson.  Certainly not I, not then, and especially not now, but I’m used to being an outlier.

There’s a saying that a lot of people talk sixties but live fifties.

In more crow eating about Millennials:

“It turns out that we were wrong about millennial preferences, the stories were wrong that millennials wanted to live in a hyper-urban environment and that it would be OK to raise families in a condo,” Micah Weinberg, president of the Bay Area Council’s Economic Institute, said, according to the East Bay Times. “Millennials are putting off family formation, but when they have a family, they want what their parents had: a house on a nice lot pretty close to work.”

Putting this all together, I’m starting to think that we can’t even write anything about Millennials based on “the way they are now,” because “the way they are now” are highly distorted highly outlying individual examples that we make fun of, but are representative and apropos of nothing.

The Unpopular 99% Fringe

3 04 2017

Bozeman, Montana

KRTV-CBS-3, Great Falls, Mont.:

Former MSU student sues school over suspension related to transgender classmate

A former Montana State University student is suing the school for suspending him after he shared his anti-transgender views with a professor in what he believed to be a private conversation.

The lawsuit was filed Thursday in U.S. District Court in Butte by a plaintiff identified as Jon Doe.

Mathew Monforton, who is representing the plaintiff, said his client’s name is being withheld to avoid backlash from the public who may disagree with his “unpopular” views on transgender people.

His “unpopular” views are probably the same views that 99% of people have.  But, that’s why they’re unpopular.  The fringier, the better.

Also notice the whole thing happened because the “prof” (actually, a grad assistant) violated confidentiality.  This is far from the first time I’ve read a story where confidential turned out to be anything but.  When someone is trying to solicit “controversial” opinions from you, the sort that 99% of the people agree with but 1% who happen to be either media, tenured or ((())) don’t, clam the fuck up.