Two MtTs kiss and it’s a new iconic “lesbian” photo

From Diva Magazine (which is supposed to be for lesbians):

“TRANS LESBIANS KISS ON THE STEPS OF DOWNING STREET

Two trans lesbians shared a kiss on the steps of 10 Downing Street last night following the government’s annual LGBT reception. 

Brighton-based vlogger and activist Evie Andrew and her girlfriend, racing driver Charlie Martin, were snapped by Fox Fisher leaving the prestigious event, held on the eve of International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia.

Downing Street welcomed LGBT people of influence including Stonewall’s Ruth Hunt, trans activist Munroe Bergdorf, Diversity Role Models’ chief Suran Dickson, filmmaker Jake Graf and many more. 

The event, hosted by David Cameron, has been criticised by some as an attempt to “pinkwash” harmful Tory austerity and cuts which have had a devastating impact on many people in the LGBT community.  

But Evie told DIVA it was important for her as a trans woman to be there and to be visible, and to celebrate just how far we’ve come as a community. 

“There’s a real tangible feeling that change is going on,” she said. “As trans people we’ve had a pretty hard time with it up until now, but I think we’re getting the right attention from the right people.”

And the inspiration behind that sassy snap? 

“Kissing Charlie on the steps of number 10 says in a decidedly cheeky way; We’re here, and we are fantastically queer! And I love a little bit of rebellion when it is 100% justified.”

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When two males are in a romantic relationship together, that’s not female homosexuality, that’s actually male homosexuality. Female homosexuality (lesbianism) is something that occurs between females. *headdesk*

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25 thoughts on “Two MtTs kiss and it’s a new iconic “lesbian” photo

  1. Nope, nope, nope. Sorry, not sorry, but these f*ckers do not represent me in any way, shape, form or fashion, and I do NOT appreciate being lumped in with them. They are exaggerations of what they think women are, they are loud, brash, and rude, and they are, still, at the end of the day, the ‘entitled’ males they were raised as.

    I don’t fear trans people, I am angry with them for believing they can ‘come into my house’ and make a mockery of me and the women I love, as if our lives are some strange burlesque show for them to play at, then expect me to cater to their whimsy and call me out because I don’t support them in their efforts to ‘present’ as ‘lesbians.’

    And to those who say ‘not all trans’ I say, “police your own” if you don’t like my responses.

    BD

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  2. Love this! I’m a cis woman and my fiancée is a mtf trans woman and we are out and proud – I kiss her in public and hold hands and am proud of who we are and my love for her all the time. More ppl need to do this to help combat social stigma and keep things moving in and open and inclusive direction

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    • LOL! Silver linings, and all that. But yea, it’s totally lesbophobia. They are both beautiful passing-as-women (I do not know anything else about them, so I can’t comment on their personalities or intelligence), but they’re not lesbians.

      It is only fair for men to want to be more like women, since women are superior to men in most important ways, but it is not fair for them to try to pretend they’re actually women, or even better than women (as many transwomen do).

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  3. Here is the story of a trans-woman, with full grown beard and very low pitched voice, claiming to be a “lesbian”

    He says that he didn’t heard about the word “transgender” until the age of 40!
    People are really, really confused about the meaning of the word “woman”.
    The situation is critical, and getting weirder all the time.

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