Cross Dressing Charity Fun Run Reported As Hate Crime By Transgender Group

A fun run organised by a children’s charity, where fathers dress in drag, has been reported to the police as a “hate crime” by a transgender group. The group describes the event as “dehumanising.”

  • Blacksmith

    Fek off and crawl back under your rocks, nobody cares that you are perpetually butt hurt.

    • Xavier

      God I love double entendres.

  • terrence

    The article has a couple of updates – which say the “transgender” groups are backing off, claiming it was not really them who complained, ….

    • I bet;)

    • eMan14

      I guess their opposition was transitional

      • Canadian

        Is this like some kind of transgendering?

  • Xavier

    Couldn’t women say the same about trannys?

    And why do they tolerate Twisted Sister or The New York Dolls?

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      Who tolerates either?
      They both suck.
      I prefer my boyhood idols to look like this:

      • Justin St.Denis

        David Sylvian was pretty but, it turned out, he was also a musical genius.

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          He had help.
          The whole band was great.
          Mick Karn’s fretless bass is something I can’t too many people to listen to but they’re all listening to 92 SHITI FM.

          • Justin St.Denis

            Yeah, Japan was an awesome band. But I was referring to Sylvian’s solo work. Absolutely groundbreaking. I have it all! 😉

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Actually, I have it all but I’ve never listened to it.
            Kind of like I’ve only listened to the first three Lilac Time albums and there’s another twenty years of work there.

          • Justin St.Denis

            I’m an obsessive music collector. While Japan’s GENTLEMAN TAKE POLAROIDS still gets played regularly around here, the other albums don’t, but I own them all anyway! I always also eclectic. Mad for Chet Baker, Jah Wobble, Dean Martin, Brian Eno, Peggy Lee, Melody Gardot, Piaf, Barbara, Enrico Macias, Dalida, Plastic Bertrand – you name it! It’s a weird thing. Good thing I can afford myself! 😉

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            The older I get the more willing I am to entertain some different musical styles and sources.
            I was listening to 93.7 FM in Winnipeg in the car last week and I heard Sinatra singing The More I See You.
            I knew all the words even though I had never heard that version before.
            My exposure to it was OMD in the eighties.
            One of my favourite things to do is synch up two screens on youtube for my friends and play the Fun Boy Three version of Our Lips Are Sealed and the Go-Go’s version at the same time.
            Sometimes, I’ll mix it up and put Hillary Duff in there.

          • Justin St.Denis

            You gotta love Frank Sinatra, He was THE ONE and ONLY! He could make a snowflake cry.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            If Sinatra was a nazi he would have perfectly phrased that song Jew York, Jew York.
            ‘Staart Kil’ingg the Jews…’
            Nubber one on the hit parade in Tehran.

      • Xavier

        The world is collapsing around our ears

        I sing this when I’m chainsawing firewood, (and if you heard me sing you’d understand why) particularly the Hey, hey, hey bit. It’s my variation on Vonnegut’s triple hand clap in Cat’s Cradle.

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          My favourite REM song is Superman.
          Stalking songs are so much fun.
          See, if the classic rock stations would do deep cuts from the artists they play maybe I’d care to listen.

    • Beats me.

  • ontario john

    In Wynne’s Ontario, that’s how the kiddies raise money at school now for trips.

  • mobuyus

    Didn’t they”dehumanize” themselves when they chose to be “things”the dumb fucks.

  • Gary

    I saw this coming back when we were fed the crap about how Canada is an Immigrant Nation and that ALL cultures are equal.
    The idea that Diversity meant that the Common Denominator for what we all have in common it that WE’RE different.
    Once the Human Rights Commissions started to make the Short tall, the Obese thin, the Weak strong and the Unqualified able ……. I saw a future with competing Rights and how the Haters among Minorities would one day rear their ugly side to attack other minorities.

    Tranny’s had already ticked off the misandry obsessed FemiNazi’s on Campus by their protests to ban the Vagina Monologue because it exclued and offended Trans people that don’t have one but feel they are women inside .

  • Alain

    I spit out my drink when I read that they found it “dehumanising”. If they took an honest and good look in the mirror, they would retract that statement.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      I think they are pissed off because it makes them all look like Will Farrell’s impression of Janet Reno.

      • Justin St.Denis

        And what about Britain? Are all those perfectly nice gentlemen who simply enjoy cross dressing now going to be committing a hate crime? Why, half of the political elites will be in the crosshairs of the TrannyBrigades! Peace will become but a memory.

        No Kinky Boots for you!

  • bob e

    funny funny funny .. we live on fantasy island

  • andycanuck

    “has been reported to the police as a “hate crime” by a transgender group.” … and then they all went to a drag queen show at the local gay bar.

  • Canadian

    Humans don`t care!

  • Xavier

    In the mid-sized east coast city of my birth, drag queens were part of the landscape. Dirt Woman owned a tee shirt shop in the artsy-fartsy part of town near VCU, and there were cabaret shows every weekend advertised in the newspapers. My girlfriend and I used to go to the Sunday afternoon shows for a laugh and cheap beer. There was a live-and-let-live attitude in society and none of the militant “us vs. them” attitude we’ve seen rise after Obama was elected.

    Do people even realize their very lives are being used to further some asshole politician’s career and agenda?