Bold Question, True Facts – “Is the HRC Transphobic?!?”

*Not knowing a lot about HRC, the case stated is that HRC is indeed
transphobic. I welcome comments and discussions.
-Arlene

Provided By, Written By and Cited By: Arlene Kish

*An HRC Staffer Asked Us to Remove the “Trans Flag”
From the Stage at the Supreme Court DOMA Hearings March 27, 2013.
(After She Asked Us What This Flag Represents)
…actually it isn’t the removal request per se, but that someone who is
allowed to earn a living in Gay, Inc., had to ask that representation question.
Now, here’s another question…

Its a question that I asked well over a decade ago …
Click Here for My Documented Question
in the Texas Triangle – a question that HRC has yet to answer:
Has HRC ever, at any time, accepted any aid or contribution (monetary or
otherwise) the donation of which was conditioned in any way, shape or form,
upon excluding transgender people from HRC-supported national sexual
orientation-based anti-discrimination protection legislation or upon excluding
transgender people from HRC’s mission statement?

The deafening silence then meant that there was only one possible answer,
leaving the only question after that to be whether or not HRC was, in 2000,
still being funded by money with anti-trans strings attached.

Considering HRC’s conduct – and near-genocidal record of employment
discrimination against trans people in HRC’s own hiring practices (and, lets
face it, when even Gay, Inc. tools such as
Dana Beyer & Bill Browning notice it and say something about it, its not
just a pet peeve of mine) – over the past 13 years, the question, sadly,
still needs to be asked.

All of this continued (specifically financed?) transphobia from HRC is
actually a wee bit ironic given that it is in the process of its own gender
transition.

How so?

Well, the flag incident itself – and the fact that someone allowed to earn
a living at HRC was sufficiently clueless about trans issues so as to have
to ask the flag question – indicate that HRC is currently Karl Rove.

How so?

Well, this is not simply equating chunks o’ disreputability (though HRC’s
history clearly qualifies “HRC” as a synonym for “disreputable”) but
rather pointing out that HRC has become Karl Rove – not the
evil-yet-intelligent Karl Rove who stole two presidential elections and engineered numerous
other dirty Republican victories but Karl Rove as he was on election night
2012:  babbling ‘Romney can win’ nonsense despite being told even by
everyone else at Fox ‘News’ that there was no chance for Romney to pull out a
victory. [Karl Rove Live Meltdown]

That’s HRC today – epitomized by the cluelessness of this week – a
product of years and years of intellectual inbreeding and political echo
chambering.

The woman we are referring to Karin Quimby – Email Her! – as well as the rest
of HRC’s permanently-employed, detached-from-reality elites – probably
actually believe not only that the organization has no history of
discriminating against trans people but that the organization currently has no trans
problem about which anyone has any place to complain…
which is why HRC is in the process of Gender Transition!?!

Right now, HRC is Karl Rove, ca. Nov. 6, 2012.
It is seconds away from becoming Sarah Palin, ca. CPAC 2013.
If HRC is, institutionally, as smart as it portrays itself to be (a
stretch I know, but follow me nevertheless), it will immediately begin making
some job offers – not to militarists and/or preachers with no relevant
political or advocacy experience (though, of course, I do suspect that
Bryan Tannehill will be transformed into the next Allyson Robinson within a week,
if the transformation hasn’t been accomplished already) but to the trans people/transgender people who, a decade ago, forced HRC to begin acknowledging that trans people actually exist (after we proved that HRC was lying when it claimed that it was actually working
positively on trans issues.

Absent a legitimate, substantial and non-token
presence of more than one trans person at a time at HRC, the organization will
remain an echo chamber of multiple, overlapping copies of the same sound
bites – and, on trans issues, those sound bites will continue to be 1975 echoes
of HRC founder Steve Endean railing against trans-inclusion in the
Minnesota Human Rights Act….
and the organization will remain a cesspool of clueless elites who
continue to act as surprised as ever when next trans people have to point out the
reality of just how transphobic HRC remains.

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