Everyday is a test for us!
We have to try harder to make it workout, if we did something and it did not come out the way it should have, then, we must try it again.
Have you ever tried something new or have you ever tried to change the things that you do?
We have to deal with this everyday. All we have to do is leave the safety of our home.
Last week we had to deal with Harvey's and the rocks that were thrown at my door, well, all we got from that was "we will take care of it" yet till now we have not heard anything about what they took care of, so as for as we are concerned nothing happen to those that chose to discriminate and be rude to us. It is like everything that happens is just swept under the rug, so we did not win anything, just another waste of time as for as we can see.
For some reason everyday we have people coming to our Shemale pages talking "I am a shemale, I want to be shemale," yet they show a fake photo of some girl that is not their photo, why do you feel that you need to lie, what is that?
You think that if you post a photo of a girl that makes you a shemale, wrong, very wrong, it makes you a liar in my eyes, because you do not have what it takes to be a real shemale.
Do you think that we just woke up and got on Facebook and said we are shemales no, we did not, we were shemales long before we knew
what Facebook was.
My friend was born here in Ga, but as for myself I was brought here to try and change me back into a man by my ex- wife, she thought that if she moved me here to Ga. I would not want to dress anymore, well it was not because of where I lived that I wanted to dress, it was because as far as I am concerned it was for the best.
My heath had placed me in a world where all I wanted was to be a girl, I could not change the way I was feeling and moving me here was just a delay of what was to come. Soon we were not together anymore, now all I had to do was open that door. As I walked out into the public I could see the hate and the cruelness of the way these people think.
I worked here and tried hard to make a living, fighting everyday for my rights as a human being just to live here. I have been refused housing and banned from places to shop and eat, yet I could have just moved away at anytime, but that would have been the easy part. As Madame Jacqueline would say " I never do anything easy," so I stayed here and everyday I try to teach others that we are not some kind of monsters, we are just people living and dressing the way we feel is good for us.
Today sometimes we fight because I have tried to protect her in the name of love, but it is because I don't want anyone to hurt her in any way. I would kill for her if it was to come to that, yet it may have gotten us to where we are at.
Your freedom does not come free, there is always a price to be paid by someone.
I though I paid that price when I went to war, but I guess that was not enough for you, was it?
Today I am still fighting that war for my freedom and I will continue to do so, as long as there is a breath in my heart.
As Southern Acts moves forward toward the future we stand against any and all discrimination from anyone that chooses to step in our way. If for any reason you don't like what I write or what I say, it would be best if you just walk away.
I am not the type of person that will let it go, this is something that you should know. Step into my world and I will surely give you a word.
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