This article is, among other things, an indictment against progressive activist/thugs: MIDDLEBURY — A memorial on the Middlebury College campus to those killed in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks was vandalized this past Wednesday, shocking many on campus. A leader of a group that pulled up 2,977 American flags placed in the lawn between […] . . . → Read More: Activists/Thugs ‘confiscate’ private property
Two years ago, 17-year-old Arin Andrews was a girl named Emerald….and 19-year-old Katie Hill was a boy named Luke. The two Tulsa, Oklahoma teens, who met at a transgender workshop became very close to each other. And after Katie underwent gender reassignment surgery a year ago, Arin likewise decided to take the plunge and undergo the surgery as well, getting his breasts removed.
“I hated my breasts, I always felt like they didn’t belong. Now I finally feel comfortable in my own body. Now when I’m out in a public pool or lifting weights, no one raises an eyebrow. They just think I’m a guy. I can wear a tank top, which I couldn’t before, and I can go swimming shirtless. I can just be a regular guy. And I’m so lucky to have my family and Katie to rely on.”
“To me, Arin’s just my Arin. He’s always looked manly to me. But now he’s had the surgery he’s much more confident and comfortable with himself. Being transgender myself, I understand Arin better than anybody else — how good he feels and how complete he feels.”
They’re now just your average teenage couple in love:
Yeah,love always finds a way. Shakespeare would have written this one up in a heartbeat.
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I watched substantial portions of both the RNC and DNC Convention. My first observation was that the conventions contained almost no new information. Both conventions were about positioning their presidential candidate, while framing the opposition in… . . . → Read More: Idea Free Zone
Why yes, yes he is Reacting (probably) to the Clint Eastwood speech, B. Hussein Obama (or likely his media-savvy crew) tweeted this picture: But it’s okay, cuz this guy fixed it for him: You’re…ummm…welcome Mister (temp) Presi… . . . → Read More: Arrogant much, MISTER (temp) President?