i think we need to be realistic about certain outcomes.
i know we want to stand on our soapboxes,
but some shit needs to really be thought through. trans swimmer for the university of pennsylvania, lia thomas, has been the talk about her unfair advantage swimming with cis-vixens.
she has been smashing records but folks are pushing back against it.
she has finally spoken out.
per ny post…
*the following entry is rated r for disturbing images. viewer discretion is strongly advised.
there is a reggae song that i heard as a little one in barbados that absolutely disturbed me. it was about a vixen who cheated on her man and told her to strip naked in the middle of town.
talmbout he bought this so…
“TEK IT OFFFFFFFF”
i can’t remember the name of it but as a kid,
i found the song to be absolutely disturbing.
all the straights loved and sung it all the time.
some folks can be really inhumane.
^those trans vixens found themselves in troubleat a straight club. when the jackals in the club found out they were trans, they were stripped naked and…
trans vixens will always let you know they’re real vixens, but they still out males who sleep with them for being “gay”.
i’m often confused when i hear these stories.
there comes a point in your life when it’s time to say:
“I keep getting caught up and it’s with the same scenario.
It might be time for me to live my truth.”
living one’s truth doesn’t mean it’s some declaration on social media.
it simply means:
“I like what I like and I have no insecurities about it.”
is it time for young buck to alleged live his truth?
he keeps allegedly getting caught up with trans vixens and they keep outing him. he had an interview on “vladtv” denying being involved with any trans vixens in the past: