Kansas City Trans Day Of Visibility Celebrated In Secure & Safe Event

One last preview of this local party and what is likely your last chance to attend.

Even better . . .


Local news finally picks up the story today whilst TKC readers know our blog community has been noting local participation in trans festivities throughout the week.  

Here are the deets of a party that doesn't really seem that fun . . . In fact, this transgender "celebration" is about the furthest away from a good time I've ever witnessed and not nearly as impressive some of the better Kansas City trans parties that promote bad lip-syncing and boozing rather than political crusades that are ultimately just co-opted by pro-war "progressive" Pentagon operatives. 

Either way . . . Here's the info . . .

This event will start around 3:00 p.m. and will be streamed online; local and national media will also be invited. We ask that media and attendees respect the privacy of those in the audience and focus their cameras to the speakers on stage. This is a safe event, and security will be present to ensure this.

Thank you for attending and supporting Kansas City’s Transgender community.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

Trans Day of Visibility

Eventbrite - City of Kansas City, Missouri presents Trans Day of Visibility - Friday, March 31, 2023 at National WWI Museum and Memorial, Kansas City, MO. Find event and ticket information.

More reading from both sides of the aise for TKC reader edification . . .

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Twitter removes tweets about 'Trans Day of Vengeance'

SAN FRANCISCO -- Twitter says it has removed thousands of tweets showing a poster promoting a "trans day of vengeance" protest in support of transgender rights in Washington, D.C., on Saturday. Ella Irwin, Twitter 's head of Trust and Safety, said in a tweet Wednesday that the company automatically removed more than 5,000 tweets and retweets of a poster promoting the event.

Conservatives blast White House for saying trans community is 'under attack'

Conservatives fumed on Thursday after White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre declared that transgender people are "under attack" just days after a transgender school shooter opened fire on children and staff at a Nashville Christian school.

Peppermint on How We Can All Support the Trans Community: "Make Space and Opportunity"

Back in 2017, Peppermint made history on season nine of "RuPaul's Drag Race" as the first out trans contestant going into the competition. These days, she's a recurring guest star on Michelle Buteau's upcoming Netflix series "Survival of the Thickest" and featured on season two of the Amazon Prime series "Harlem."

You decide . .