Tuesday, March 06, 2007


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Sympathy for the devil please.

Transgendered people don't all want the sex reassignment surgery. To better align her physical sexual characteristics with her emotional and psychological identitywould be nice. But the thought that might mean having to give up on having orgasms is scary.

Many myths surround the effects of SRS on libido, sexuality and orgasm. Many preop TS women are understandably concerned about whether they will be able to fully enjoy and eagerly participate in lovemaking after SRS. Of special interests and concern is whether postop TS women can fully experience sexual arousal and orgasm. The ability to easily become aroused, to desire intimate and sensual contact, and to achieve sexual release through orgasm is a precious gift to bring into love relationships, especially when combined with a desire to give full and complete pleasure to one's love partner too. A loss of these capabilities could ruin the woman's chances of experiencing her full humanity after transition, especially for finding and enjoying a passionate, deeply-bonded love relationship. However, as we'll see, SRS can provide those for whom it is right the chance to fully experience the joys of sex and lovemaking - and thus to finally enjoy a full human life.

As for the adam's apple removal surgery[PDF]. I don't see why a chondrolaryngoplasty hasn't been preformed.

Hopefully it's something more serious and this is just a burn up as you go out thing. No I don't think anything that heavy so lets keep it lite by looking at another well known trany.

Here she is in her defense of her pointless remark about Edwards. You know these people are kinda like elementary school kids. Name calling and when someone responds they act innocent as though are being attacked for no reason.

COLMES: Ann Coulter joins us now in her first television interview since making those comments, and also joining us is former Democratic pollster and Fox News contributor Pat Caddell. Welcome to both of you.

Ann, you know, your problem isn't with liberals like me, because I was never your audience, but I am getting a lot of emails from conservatives. Like this one that says, "I am a conservative, used to be a fan of hers" — meaning yours — "you are an embarrassment," this person says, "to conservative beliefs, to the Republican Party, to anyone with a shred of self-respect. Do us a favor, shun her."

What do you say to conservatives who respond to you now like that?

COULTER: That's how all liberals begin letters denouncing conservatives. I've pointed this out many times...

COLMES: So a liberal wrote this, not a conservative.

COULTER: And — I mean, this is the same thing we go through every six months. I say something, the same people become hysterical, and that's the end of it.

I mean, I think the lesson young right-wingers ought to draw from this is it's really not that scary to attack liberals. This is about my 17th allegedly career-ending moment. And by the way, also, again, the left has precisely proved the point of the joke, which was to make fun of that actor going into rehab for using a word. This is like the Soviet Union — if you disagree...

COLMES: It would be better if it were a funnier joke, but...

COULTER: ... with the government, you go into — you go into...

COLMES: But Ann, you're ignoring my question...

COULTER: ... you know, a mental institution.

COLMES: ... which is that you are attacking this letter writer for being a liberal. I am getting a lot of these letters from conservatives. You're losing your conservative base by saying the things you're saying.

COULTER: Well, OK, we'll see. That's what has happened every other time for about a decade now.

COLMES: You continue to say...

COULTER: Every six months, I get the same thing.

COLMES: Your answer is, OK, it was a joke. Would you make a racial slur and just say it was a joke?

COULTER: No. That's preposterous, and I think it's offensive that you immediately — whenever you have to go to the argument, oh, would you use the N word, I mean, that is part of this semantic totalitarianism, to compare everything to the N word. No, if you weren't brought...

COLMES: I didn't say the N word. I said a racial slur.

COULTER: ...and you weren't legally discriminated against — you hear this when people say we cannot use the word illegal alien, because that's like using the N word. No, those are words that are specifically used to demean a particular race. The word I used has nothing to do with sexual preference. It is a schoolyard taunt, and unless you're going to announce here on national TV that John Edwards, married father of many children, is gay, it clearly had nothing to do with that. It's a schoolyard taunt.

COLMES: Ann, you are tap-dancing around my question. I asked you a very simple question...

COULTER: No, I'm not.

COLMES: I didn't ask about the N word. I simply said, you write this off and say, oh, it was only a joke...

COULTER: And I just said why I wouldn't.

COLMES: But you used a word that's very offensive to gays. Would you use a word offensive to another group of people and say, oh, it was only a joke? Where do you draw the line?

COULTER: It isn't offensive to gays. It has nothing to do with gays. It's a schoolyard taunt, meaning wuss. And unless you're telling me that John Edwards is gay, it was not applied to a gay person.

COLMES: Was Isaiah Washington wrong to use that word to — when he used it to describe T.R. Knight?

COULTER: Yes. He used it incorrectly, but I still don't think he should go to rehab for using a word. I think that's crazy. I think all of America outside of Hollywood thinks that’s a wee bit crazy.

COLMES: So he used it incorrectly, but you used it correctly?

COULTER: Yes. Yes. I would say that of pretty much every Democratic politician. It could have been John Dean, but he's not running for president. It could have been a different word...

COLMES: So they're all gay?

COULTER: But that's not the word that Isaiah Washington went to rehab for, which is what it was a joke about.

COLMES: Pat Caddell, I'd like to have you weigh in here. You want to respond to what you heard so far?

PAT CADDELL, FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR: Look, I love Ann. I do think that in terms of that particular — I saw the clip. I mean, I can see why she thought it was a joke. I can see why other people did not and why they would have made the reference point. But sometimes people have a hard time with Ann's humor. But I thought the Republican candidates were quick to jump, and the — what I liked best was the Edwards campaign commenting as though Ann was the right wing of the entire nation forcing down upon their campaign. It was very funny. They were raising money with it. So at least you raised money for them, Ann, but I'm sure it won't hurt any of your book sales either.

People take all this stuff far too seriously.
Signs of Drug Abuse:

  • Slurred or agitated speech
  • Sudden or dramatic weight loss or gain
  • Hiding use; lying and covering up
  • Complaints from teachers or co-workers
  • Avoiding eye contact
  • Running away

I am not saying drugs are involved. I am saying it would explain a lot. You got a druggie for President and he brings along his druggie friends.

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