Laverne Cox

An in-depth essay in the Antioch College Review turns the tables on the Transgender debate and illuminates the liberal media's attempt to normalize sexual disorders.

The comprehensive article, titled "The Sacred Androgen: The Transgender Debate" by Daniel Harris, starts off by acknowledging transgenders need protection under the law because their mental and emotional deficits "do not strip them of their humanity."

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R Kelly and Jay Kelly

Singer R. Kelly, 47, is having difficulty coming to terms with the news that his oldest daughter Jaya Kelly suffers from gender dysphoria, a mental disconnect between her biological sex and her chosen gender.

“Well, first off don't start by calling her my son," Kelly told WCGI’s The Morning Riot. ”As far as that’s concerned, always believe what you see—with your own eyes that is. That’s the best way to go about this business. I’ve heard a lot of things about a lot of people and it was never true."

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Jay Kelly

When rapper The Game's friend passed away recently, the father of 3 stepped in to fill his friend's shoes as a father figure to the man's adolescent daughter (pictured left). More than one loyal reader emailed me pointing out the similarities between the girl and singer R.Keliy's 14-year-old daughter, Jaya Kelly aka "Jay" (pictured right), who recently came out of the closet as a 'transguy' -- a girl who thinks she is a boy.

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Jay Kelly

R.Kelly's daughter Jaya identifies as a "transguy" on her social media page. A transguy is a biological girl who is transitioning into life as a boy. Jaya, who calls herself Jay, dresses in boys clothing and emulates the testosterone fueled behavior of boys in her peer group.

Jay's mom, reality TV personality Andrea Kelly (Hollywood Exes), seems to be accepting of her daughter's condition. We don't know how dad R. Kelly feels since he is not a constant presence in his daughter's life.

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Gregg Jarett Bradley Manning

A FOX News anchor is not backing down from LGBT groups who demand that national media outlets refer to convicted traitor Bradley Manning as a 'she' or 'her'.

Manning was sentenced last week to 35 years in military prison for leaking sensitive military documents to anti-secrecy website Wikileaks. The next day, Manning announced he wanted to live his life as "a female" named Chelsea.

Through his attorney, Manning said, "I want everyone to know the real me. I am Chelsea Manning. I am a female. Given the way that I feel, and have felt since childhood, I want to begin hormone therapy as soon as possible."

Unlike the Associated Press and other media outlets where gays wield the most power, FOX News and CNN steadfastly refused to call Manning "Chelsea" or use feminine pronouns to describe him.

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