Being Trans Gender is cool but not if you identify with being a White Male



In today’s world we have even more labels for people to define themselves. The latest one is Transgender.

Transgender people experience a mismatch between their gender identity or gender expression and their assigned sexTransgender is also an umbrella term because, in addition to including trans men and trans women whose binary gender identity is the opposite of their assigned sex (and who are sometimes specifically termed transsexual if they desire medical assistance to transition), it may include genderqueer people (whose identities are not exclusively masculine or feminine, but may, for example, be bigender, pangender or agender).Other definitions include third-gender people as transgender or conceptualize transgender people as a third gender,and infrequently the term is defined very broadly to include cross-dressers.

…Being transgender is independent of sexual orientation; transgender people may identify as heterosexual, homosexual,bisexual, asexual, etc., or may consider conventional sexual orientation labels inadequate or inapplicable.


Universities and other places of tertiary learning are usually very big on diversity and acceptance of every shade of gender or colour under the sun. But in a hilarious twist a woman who is Trans gender is being attacked and is experiencing prejudice because she identifies with being a white male. It seems that despite all the ‘ enlightenment ‘ there is one gender and race it is still not okay to be.



In what has to be one of the greatest examples of the twisted ?logic? of political correctness, a transgender student at Wellesley College has been roundly shunned for a school leadership position. Timothy Boatwright was born a female, and indicated such when he applied for admission to Wellesley. But after arrival on campus, he introduced himself as a ??masculine?of?center genderqueer? person named ?Timothy,?? and asked that folks use male pronouns when referring to him. This wasn?t an issue ? until the day Timothy decided to run for the position of multicultural affairs coordinator.

Katherine Timpf at National Review Online reports: ?

Some students thought that allowing Boatwright to have the position would just perpetuate patriarchy. They were so opposed, in fact, that when the other three candidates (all women of color) dropped out, they started an anonymous Facebook campaign encouraging people not to vote at all to keep him from winning the position. ?I thought he?d do a perfectly fine job, but it just felt inappropriate to have a white man there,? the student behind the so ?called ?Campaign to Abstain? said.?It?s not just about that position either,? the student added. ?Having men in elected leadership positions undermines the idea of this being a place where women are the leaders.?

Boatwright identified himself as female on his Wellesley application ?because he didn?t want his mom to know [about him being transgender].? Nevertheless, one would think that a ?progressive? campus like Wellesley would be welcoming to a transgender student, no matter what gender he or she identifies with. Perhaps one day there will be a manual which points out the politically correct ?hierarchy? ? when it?s OK and not OK to favor/oppose an ?historically oppressed? group. Or something.