Such Fuckery!











I read something today that disturbed me on far too many levels.  I am of course talking about this particular article.

Go ahead and read it (all of it) I can wait.

Well Canada (Transport Canada to be specific) you’ve gone and done it again!  Which is essentially offend me (and countless others) with your bullshit fuckery!  This is also, allegedly new. WHY?!?

What exactly is the point of this?  I have several pre and post op TG friends.  I love them all to pieces, I think they’re awesome.  Also, they’re some of the most tolerant, open minded, understanding people I have ever had the pleasure to deal with.  In spite of the hardships I’ve seen them face first hand.  So now you need to add this into the mix as well?

There are no words for how I feel about this right now, NONE!

So that being said, help fight the good fight.  If human rights are to be respected, it should include everyone regardless of who you are, or what gender you identify with.

Here’s what you can do (taken from the blog post I linked to in the beginning of this post):

To all my TG friends, I’m sorry that in spite of all the struggles you face and the BS you need to put up with that yet another one has gotten dumped on your plate. <3

Hows that Mangina working out for you?

I hate boys that whine.  I really have a deeply rooted dislike for them.  What slays me is that men always complain about how their S/O are clingy, or nag too much.  You know, the usual.

Clearly they’re not acquainted with some of the men that have had the misfortune to cross my path.  First there’s Bryan who really needs to man up and grow a proper pair, also wax his back.  Then Dan who I don’t exactly care for on some level or another.  We just don’t have the right kind of chemistry, yet he keeps trying…

I got an e-mail from him today, said something to the effect of: I’m confused, should I continue to wait for you or just give up?  OK well first of all, I never asked you to wait for me.  I don’t even really like you as a person so why on earth would I say such a foolish thing?  So if anyone’s confused, it really should be me.

Then we have Tom.  I texted him last night, thinking that maybe today was a possibility of us hanging out.  Didn’t hear anything back, didn’t sweat it either.  I’m not feeling well so no big deal.  Except about an hour ago I got a text from him saying the usual ‘hey what’s up’ which I didn’t respond to because I was busy doing other things.  Half hour later: Hello?!? 10 mins after that: well ok than, have yourself a good night.

Dude. WTF?  

Give me some breathing room, time to answer!  Seriously!  I’m busy doing some stuff that really needs to get taken care of, you are clearly not a priority right now.  Had you made an effort to text me earlier then maybe the situation would have been different and in any case I’m charging my phone because it’s currently dead.  Get. A. Grip.  I wasn’t aware that I was to be at your beck and call.  You know what that screams to me:


Do. Not. Want.

Next time we talk, I’ll be sure to confirm that I’m the only one here who has a vagina between the two of us.  Otherwise, I’ll just ask what kind of tampons he prefers. Good lord.

You know what I have to say to that whiny boys?

???(?_?)??? Now go make me a sandwich.

Baby… Don’t sing it! Bring. It.

Funny thing about dating, a large number of guys that I have spoken to or gone out with play the OS card.

I ain’t talking about operating systems either. 

Oral. Sex.  Why, oh why does everyone play that card?  I mean I know men are horribly desperate for blow jobs, however that doesn’t mean that our thighs get all a quiver at the mere thought of someone dining out on us.  I’ve lost count about how many times a guy has claimed that he just loooooooooves going down on a woman. *Insert eye roll here* 

You want to know what phrase actually get’s me hot?

I’ll do the dishes.

So listen up boys, if you’re going to go on and on and on about just how much eating pussy gets you hot…  Maybe you should go to Chinatown .

Prove it.  Don’t fucking sing it honey, just bring it.

Otherwise? Just do my dishes and STFU.


Woman everywhere.


I have finally caved and joined the era of smart phone users.

I have an android, it’s bad ass and I love it!  I’m not a huge app person, I of course have the standards (IE every version of angry birds that there is) and a few choice others.  Mostly though I use my phone for it’s intended purpose: to talk and text and little else.  Mostly texting really.  Anyway, everyone once in a while I’ll stumble upon an app that interests me and the handy thing about having an android is that you can download stuff to your phone through your g-mail account.

Question is, how many of us really spend all that much time reading the fine print or in this case permissions for the apps that they choose?  I always take a quick glance and generally it’s the standard permissions that most apps ask for.  Nothing too un-reasonable or ridiculous in any case, if you have a smart phone then you know what I’m talking about.

Then I stumbled upon an app on the web that I thought I might download, that is until I actually took the time to read the permissions and changed my mind. Behold:

    TAKE PICTURES AND VIDEOS (come again?)
    Allows application to take pictures and videos with the camera. This allows the application at any time to collect images the camera is seeing.  OK so you’re telling me that any picture I take with my phone, you have access to?  I think not!  Granted it’s not that I take the most interesting pictures with my phone but if I wanted to start rocking some naughty images that’s a whole other story…
    Allows application to access the audio record path.
    Allows application to modify global audio settings such as volume and routing.
    Access coarse location sources such as the cellular network database to determine an approximate device location, where available. Malicious applications can use this to determine approximately where you are.
    Access fine location sources such as the Global Positioning System on the device, where available. Malicious applications can use this to determine where you are, and may consume additional battery power.
    Allows application to receive and process SMS messages. Malicious applications may monitor your messages or delete them without showing them to you.
    Allows an application to create network sockets.
    Allows an application to read all of the contact (address) data stored on your device. Malicious applications can use this to send your data to other people.
    Allows an application to modify the contact (address) data stored on your device. Malicious applications can use this to erase or modify your contact data.
    Allows the application to access the phone features of the device. An application with this permission can determine the phone number and serial number of this phone, whether a call is active, the number that call is connected to and the like.
    Allows an application to write to the USB storage. Allows an application to write to the SD card.  <This one is pretty typical of most apps, because of the micro SD card that’s installed in your phone.
    However some of these permissions are seriously messed up.  Why on earth would you need access to my pictures, my contacts and a bunch of other shit NOT relevant to the app in question?  To me that seems far more invasive then it needs to be, so that being said?
    No thank you! I don’t fucking think so!