A few people have told me that I’ve been quiet lately. It’s true. I occasionally go on twitter and facebook, generally just to post something unrelated for what I’m “known” for. I treat my Birthday as my new year, so any resolutions technically go into effect on that day, and this year I just want to do more, but not in the way that many may think.

I use to write poetry, I use to draw, which made me happy. I use to have a deeper appreciation for dialogue and conversations that now easily annoy or bore me. I think this is latter is the result of the burnout I’ve felt for much of this year. I grow weary of all of the arguing that I do online with strangers. I’m tired of dealing with people so angry at my opinions, I’m tired of giving them any of my energy.

I want this to be a kinder and gentler year in all ways possible. A part of that is to work a lot on myself and how I react to, and let these little online encounters with trans activist affect me. A part of this is to look critically at how I approach the topic, is what I’m saying relevant? Is it un/intentionally mean spirited? How can I approach all situations and conversations with more empathy for who I’m talking to or about? And how can I balance that with my arguments, which I understand are hurtful to a few people. How can I minimize that pain while remaining steadfast in my convictions? without budging? I always feel like I can explain myself well enough, but when attacked I want to be able to deflect better. I use to go the route of extending kindness, but I simply grew irritated at how often that kindness was shit on. You can’t always shut them up with kindness it turns out, they will hate you anyway. ultimately it’s best to just not invest in the opinions, good or bad, of strangers.

There is a lot going on in this world of ours, and there is only so much one can do, but I want to try to do more. For the last couple of years or so I’ve been so focused on a singular topic. I think I’ve essentially said everything I have to say about it, and I have a calling to speak about other injustices/ problems/ topics here in my home state, my country and worldwide. All of which leads me to this…the last post on Whoiscis. Thank you all so much for reading this blog over the past two years. Much love my friends! See you around!


Trans people have federal protections gays and lesbians don’t.

It’s becoming increasingly common to see a loud stream of ramble rousing from the trans community in regards to their rights. Trans rights headlines are quickly replacing gay rights headlines. We are being flooded with individual’s stories emotion provoking plights. It’s emotional manipulation, but as the gay community knows, that is an effective tool.

Trans activist are screaming that “The fight is not over!” and “Don’t forget the T!” lamenting how they feel that gay men and lesbian women have reached their goals.  How that gays and lesbians can now openly serve in the military (Oh boy, more bodies for men’s wars!) How DOMA was struck down. How marriage is now a right for same sex couples. I often see gay and lesbian people being told to take a seat because trans people have something to say, after all they just have it  SO. MUCH. HARDER. I mean…people look at them funny when they go into spaces designated for the opposite sex, and they of course, wrongly receive abuse for their gender non conformity (As if gays and lesbians haven’t been gender non-conformist for ages.).

Bullying is wrong, I don’t think that assertion is an emotional plea, and I’d be hard pressed to believe that anyone would advocate for the bullying of anyone, unless one is a bully themselves, and yes, to be honest, there are plenty. I think that a version of bullying is to take space away from people with legitimate concerns and force those people to center you. The trans community employs this bullying against female people first and foremost with the huge male (trans women) push to invade any and all female spaces (bathrooms, locker rooms, women only events, women’s sports, dyke march, even women’s prisons.) and secondly it’s directed at the lesbian and gay community from sexual coercion to this narcissistic Me me me attitude.


While the Transgender community would like to play the most oppressed and the most victimized out of all LGBT alphabet, you will rarely hear them mention the fact that transgender people have federal protections never afforded to gays and lesbians. They are federally protected from employment discrimination under Title VII

A trans person (That is a person of a certain biological sex who attempts to present and live as the opposite sex.) can’t be fired for their gender expression. This is great. I’m behind that 100%.I don’t believe that trans people should be fired from their jobs for being trans. it goes against everything I believe in. However to have the trans community continuously berate the gay community for not centering their bathroom woes to their satisfaction, or focusing on the “large” number of trans people murdered this year (seemingly overlooking the fact that 100’s of actual women have been murdered this year. without an inkling of that outrage.).


So while Trans people rightfully enjoy employment protection, it is important to point out that is an achievement they have made on the coattails of gays and lesbians who still don’t have that much needed protection.

From the article linked below:

“A Missouri man who was fired from his job for being gay, after allegedly enduring seven years of harassment at work before the dismissal, is not going to be able to sue for discrimination.

A 2-1 decision in the Western District Missouri Court of Appeals ruled that the state law that protects against discrimination at work only covers gender-based issues.”

So the next time a transgender person or their ally wants to tell you how bad they have it, be sure to remind them that as a gay or lesbian person, you are still at risk for being fired and employment discrimination is a little more relevant than sideways looks one may receive in a public restroom,

I will Be on Transition Radio Tonight live at 9pm Mountain time.

Looking forward to it, I will post the link to the video of it here after the fact as well.

Tonight live at 9 PM Mountain time Transition Radio Industries presents: Real Talk With The Cummings, Special Guest Justin Allen Norwood

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We Are Homosexuals Not Homogenderuals

Shortly after posting evidence of Sherrie larch’s new found ties with Trans activist my facebook page, “Homosexuals Not Homogenderuals” was removed due to the reporting of that specific post.  As I’ve stated in the past, I intend to keep this page going, though I’m disheartened that everytime we are around 1,000 the page is removed by Facebook. Oh well, the page and myself refuse to be silenced on this topic and we will relentlessly continue. Do your best.

Our new facebook page will be located here:

Please like the page and spread the word.

Sherrie Larch reaches back out to Trans Activist.

Sherrie Larch was involved with The Terf Tracker, and various trans activist projects before defecting from those groups after the outing of one of her associates, Allison Woolbert, as a child rapist. I gave her the benefit of the doubt, foolishly, but now, about a year later…she reaches out to trans activist to bring down Gender Identity Watch.


Trans Vandals Deface the Gay “Stonewall Monument” with Insane Blackface to protest a Movie they Have Not Seen

When will the gay community wake up??


blackface stonewall “Trans Woman of Color”?

A gaggle of deranged caucasian Tumblerites (or as I like to call them, Brooklyn Genderqueers) has painted ghastly blackface on statues commemorating the historic gay riot at the Stonewall Inn, turning the figures into the most offensive lawn jockeys* imaginable. They were protesting a film that has not yet been released, and that they have not seen: the upcoming Hollywood drama “Stonewall”. Based on movie trailers, Transgender activists complain that they anticipate the film’s depiction of events that occurred at the predominantly gay white male establishment might be too gay and too white.

The 1969 Stonewall Riot occurred in New York’s Greenwich Village when gay patrons spontaneously refused to submit to a routine police raid of the venue. Lesbian and Gay public establishments were illegal back then and those caught in them were arrested, prosecuted for “indecency”, and their names published in the newspaper, “outing” them…

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