For two hours, approximately 150 students stood in front of Hillsboro High School to protest a transgender teen’s use of the girls’ facilities.
Well she’s certainly a tall drink of water, isn’t she? Legs are a little on the skinny side, though, as you can see in another photo.
My comments are in no way directed at the young man himself, who may perchance one day run across this piece. I direct only love toward him. I sense tremendous beauty and potential in him. He has limitless value. He is a diamond.
He will make someone a fine housewife someday. You find that in high schoolers, as they try to sort out their psychosexuality. One boy in my class who was just the gayest, lavender-scented thing later went on to marry a beautiful woman and have children. Another boy who was a star athlete and all-around campus stud later went on to become the total fag he’d always been called to be. It’s a funny world.
The point is, a youth’s desires and aspirations are fluid. When I was seventeen I wanted to be an astronaut. Or maybe it was physicist. I later settled on stand-up comedian. The pay isn’t so good, but it’s a lot of fun.
I’m not sure your society profits by indulging every seventeen-year-old’s every whim.
Someone needs to take him aside and say, “See that? That’s a dink. Boys have dinks. Ergo sum, you’re a boy –at least until such time as you’re off on your own and exploring your sexuality on your own time.”
You are permitting one boy with a psychosexual complexity to confuse the other students.
He is a beautiful young man who is trying to find his way in this world. I have every faith that he will succeed.
I am America’s Senior Comedian. Thank you for your kind attention in this matter.