I think the whole poltical correctness Bullshit has gotten out of hand..and the Huffington post band of Selective Moderators must a be group of stick up their asses millenials.. who have issues..they wont post my comment..and it pissed me off...
Arianna Huffington... what is your problem? You let all the straight folks write whatever they want..but NOT ME?
here's what I wrote in response to Bass's Apology:
Our society has lost its sense of humor and political correctness has gotten totally out of hand. WHAH WHAH WHAHHH you bunch of crying babies. .I am so sick of people getting all hurt cuz someone made a funny comment . YES..words can hurt.. and, can be strong..but many words have a double meaning..and if your too stupid to understand the language and decipher its meaning ,,then STFU! I honestly do not think Christian Siriano meant to degrade drag queens. or transsexuals. but sometimes GLAAD and its folks will hop on their big old PR bandwagon and scream for publicity...and milk it for everything it is worth. I do comedy... and I will probably use the word tranny somewhere..but don't expect me to apologize to anyone..cuz..ANYONE who knows me ..Knows i would never hurt a fellow member of the LGBT community..( well maybe, if i'm bashing Log Cabin republicans and GOProud folks. there are exceptions)
Here's the LANCE story that HUFFINGTON POST will NOT allow my comment on the page..
Let me start this off with two very important words that I truly mean from the bottom of my heart: I'm sorry. I'm sorry to anyone who was offended or hurt by my use of the word "trannies" while appearing earlier this week on Access Hollywood Live.
Let me share what I have learned in the last 24 hours. I have learned, thanks to Glaad.org's website, that the term "tranny" is used as a dehumanizing slur to describe transgender individuals and is oftentimes the last word someone hears before they are brutally attacked. Similar to the anti-gay F-word, the term "tranny" is commonly used to humiliate and degrade transgender individuals.
I can tell you with all sincerity that I had no idea.
I often hear the term used on Logo's RuPaul's Drag Race and spent an entire summer listening to Christian Siriano use the phrase "hot tranny mess" on Lifetime's Project Runway. In my definition, I was referring to the flamboyant and hilarious drag queens and transvestites who play on Christopher Street in New York City, some of whom I even call friends. When I use the word "tranny," I am picturing Tim Curry's Frank-N-Furter character in The Rocky Horror Picture Show, or the wildly hilarious Eddie Izzard. I certainly don't think of Chaz Bono or someone questioning the body they were born into.
read FULL LETTER HERE