Kansas City Hopes For Trans Day Of Visibility Not Vengeance

Allow us a bit of leeway with this one . . . 


Whilst that is an interesting image . . . It might not line up with reality.

During our adventures in Kansas City . . .

We've met sassy trans people. 

Some serious trans people. 

Other hilarious trans people. 

But not once have we ever feared the "vengeance" of trans people . . . If only because we're certain that even in our chubbiest blogging pajamas . . . We can outrun somebody in 6-inch-heels. 

That's our perspective and more than anything else we want our city to keep safe and greet EVERY news story with skepticism . . . 

Meanwhile, it's important to note that not everybody has our confidence in avoiding transgender trouble.

"In the aftermath of the deadly Nashville shooting where six people were killed including three nine-year-olds, a section of the US media is trying to conjure a connection to transgender activism. As per claims made in these reports, the shooting carried out by 28-year-old Audrey Elizabeth Hale, a transgender person, took place days ahead of the so-called 'Trans Day of Vengeance', which was purported to be held on March 31-April 1."

Meanwhile . . .

Like it or not . . . Kansas City is in the center of this debate over trans people. 

Of note . . . In Lawrence, Kansas students are already walking out in support of trans rights. 

As we reported earlier . . . KC will be at the center of the discussion . . . 

"Please join the City of Kansas City on Friday, March 31, 2023, for the International Transgender Day of Visibility. We are proud to welcome Admiral Rachel L. Levine, MD the Assistant Secretary for Health with the Department of Health and Human Services. She is the highest-ranking transgender person in the Federal Government."

Reality check . . .

We are hoping this might be an opportunity for greater UNDERSTANDING, CONVERSATION AND CIVIL DEBATE rather than any sort of unproductive retribution. 

In reality . . . It's just a political press even that's just as boring as the rest of them. 

As for any other trans protest . . . 

Of course we'll blog anything newsworthy but, again, trans violence isn't a trend that we're familiar with . . . Unless we're talking about butchering pop music by way of campy lip-syncing.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com links . . .

How some US media reports are trying to link Nashville shooting to so-called 'radical transgender activists'

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Twitter restricts Greene's congressional account over 'vengeance' post

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"We Have to Fight": LGBTQ Youth Stage Walkouts, Marches Against Anti-Trans Bills

LGBTQ advocates are taking to the streets to protest the coordinated legislative attacks on transgender people nationwide after successfully beating back bans on gender-affirming care for trans youth in West Virginia and Wyoming. Trans activists have organized demonstrations at capitol buildings across the country and are currently coordinating protests for Trans Day of Visibility on March 31 and Trans Day of Vengeance on April 1.

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