Picture this: it's 2 a.m. and your night is winding down at a popular Atlanta nightspot. The DJ has just announced the last call for alcohol and you realize time is running out for you to make your move on the honey with the light eyes that you've been checking out across the room for the last 30 minutes.
Why hasn't another man tried to make a move on her, you wonder. You dismiss your nagging suspicions that something isn't quite right. Besides, you're feeling super confident: she's been checking you out too. You both maintain steady eye contact as you make your way across the crowded dance floor towards her.
With the bass from Ludacris' hit single "How Low" pounding in the background, you tell yourself she's already yours. You just have to seal the deal. With luck, she'll accept your invitation back to your condo, or at least to breakfast. Your target is within reach when you notice a movement out of the corner of your eye. It's a casual acquaintance you know from the hood and he's moving in on your target. But wait, he now turns towards you and blocks your path.
"Don't do it bruh," he shouts as you strain to hear him over the loud music. "That's a dude!"
Have you noticed that unclockable trannies have been making the news lately? I'm sure you've heard about NFL player Eric Green who was accused of forcibly sodomizing a tranny who filed a $10 million sex assault case against him?
Angelina Mavilia said she met Green in an Arizona casino last year. She said they went back to his condo where Green, 27, assaulted her. He then got "extremely agitated and threatening," according to court documents, and warned: "This never happened. You'd better not tell."
Here's what likely happened: Green found out the beautiful chick that he just brought home for a night of fun was really a man under all that paint and chimera -- and he reacted like any full blooded heterosexual male would - with anger. Green may or may not be homophobic, but it's hard to be politically correct or understanding when the beautiful woman you trusted with your heart turns out to be a dude with the same equipment as you.
This is happening more and more frequently as gender assignment surgery fees become more affordable and trannies venture out of the gay community and into the popular heterosexual nightclubs where they hope to land unsuspecting football players like Eric Green and rappers like Bow Wow.
A production company called Red Label Group is shopping around a new reality show called "Boss Ladies" featuring 5 trannies who hope to open up a boutique featuring their unique fashions. The cast includes rapper Bow Wow's friend Nadia (pictured top and 2nd from left above) who frequents the mostly straight Atlanta nightspots looking for ballers. The thinking is: she's got bills to pay too. And since the ballers won't come to the gay clubs, she'll go to the ballers playground.
There's nothing wrong with being transgendered. It is the dishonesty, the unspoken truth, and the deception surrounding them that is wrong.
The game has just gotten a little more serious for you heterosexual men.