Friday, November 13, 2009

Two Ignorant People And A Transgender Beauty Pageant.

The bitch that scarred the faces of trans people with her wagging shallow stereotypical tongue.

Nothing annoys me more than stupidity. I can still bear with ignorance, but when too much ignorance bear out the fruits of idiocy, I find that really unbearable. I already have to read idiotic articles written by stupid writers, but today I also have to contend with a sulking sore transvestite loser, Fonseka.

Mr. Golingai, the writer of the article "Roxanne walks on the wild side" within the Star article linked above, endlessly puts words into the mouth of the sulking trans person, but because of Fonseka’s own oximoronic behaviour, we might just as well believe it as the real words. But then again, we can see that Mr. Golingai is also totally ignorant about the differences between a transvesitite and a transsexual, as he explores the journey of a transvestite in a transsexual dominated pageant.

Oh, and he also sees cross-dressing as a fetish, a word he conveniently added into the article, among his other bad and atrocious representations like stating that "Pondan" and "Ah Kua" means transvestite. Excuse me, "Pondan" and "Ah Kua" are DEROGATARIVE terms that are used by some parties to describe transgenders. And Mr. Golingai seems obsessed with the word tranvestite. I do not mind people from Thailand using that term because of their weak English command, but for a so-called writer, he should at least know his English 101 better.

Then we have dear Fonseka sulking about the loss by splashing some of the most stupid and mind-boggling things ever said on the news. Dearie, please do remember that if you lay claim to represent us, please do not make us look like a bunch of total whores. Because that is what you have done. Contrary to your claims darling, most of us, though struggling and still fighting for civility, are surviving and living as normal as any other next person. Your smoking out on the community would not change that.

You are a transvestite, so do not complain. The other girls are transsexuals. They are happy with who they are. They are women, but born differently. They transition to fix that difference. You are a man. You are still proud of your dick. I am not proud of it. So do not call our transition ugly, get that into your head. I will still be a proud woman by 60 years of age. I am not so desperate as to lie to my parents in order to enter a beauty competition. I do not need to be sexy and beautiful, and plastic surgeries are just as normal as any cissexual woman would partake in. Hormones are to change and balance my sexual identity to my gender identity.

And having Gender Identity Disorder means I am looking at a whole life as a woman dependent on medication. I am made of sugar, and now adding spice. You are made up of nothing but clothes and make up. You are being one big bitch in making my transition experience, as many others, looking like a farce and a temporary fantasy. Stop the bunghole attitude, ok?

You lost the pageant fair and square. And by your willingness to get exploited by a stupid writer to get solicited attention, and by misinforming the public about transgenders, and your misrepresentations of a transsexual like me: You definitely deserve it. So go and stuff your RM 800 yellow dress up your ass. I am contented with my RM 10 top which I bought from SS2.


Anonymous said...

Well said Yuki! Well said!

When I read the article I was like WTF?!

I think the poor guy himself is also at a lost. Good thing he didn't win the competition. Otherwise, he would have cast a wrong idea (and image) to the public.

P.S. Since when commenting on a person's dress is considered sabotage? DUH!


Chrissie said...

{“Most of my sisters (slang for transvestite) who are in their 40s regret changing their sex. Yes, you look sexy and beautiful when you are in your 20s, but not in your 40s,” he explained. }
sounds like eithr Fonseka thinks every ts are men in drags or his "sisters" are just fellow cross-dressers who took their "hobby" a tad too far. Surgery for the wrong reason much?