unclockable

un•clock•a•ble (uhn-klok-uh-buhl) adjective
1. A complimentary word used to describe a F2T (female-to-trans) individual whose masculine appearance is convincing.

“Dri” is a tattoo artist based in Decatur, GA, who identifies as a transman. Her wispy mustache, beard and deep voice will probably fool some of you ladies. Stay alert.

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Transgender model Carmen Carrera shows off her legs as she leaves the Betsey Johnson show for New York Fashion Week Transgender activist and author Janet Mock spotted in NYC's Greenwich Village

Gender confused individuals such as transgender model Carmen Carrera, left, and transgender activist Janet Mock now have 50 new gender options to choose from on Facebook.com.

Facebook.com is adding 50 new options for users who self-identity as something other than what they were born as. Options include the usual pronouns: him, her, or them. Then there are the 50 tangential choices, such as androgynous, bi-gender, intersex, gender fluid or transsexual.

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B. Scott sues BET Network

BET Network will probably never hire celebrity blogger B. Scott to host another red carpet event. The flamboyant, openly gay blogger and media personality slapped the entertainment network with a lawsuit for forcing him to wear men’s clothing.

How dare BET demand that a contract employee dress appropriately on their set?

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Don Ennis

This story is very confusing, so read slowly. An ABC News editor who claimed to be a female trapped in a male’s body now says he was mistaken. Don Ennis lived his life as a female for three months. He split from his wife of 17 years and asked his ABC News colleagues to refer to him as Dawn.

But now, according to a report in the NY Post, Ennis suffered from a 2-day bout of amnesia that made him realize he wants to live life as a man again.

Ennis explained his decision in an email to his ABC colleagues. In the email, obtained by the website Newsblues.com, Ennis said “I am writing to let you know I’m changing my name . . . to Don Ennis. That will be my name again, now and forever. And it appears I’m not transgender after all.

Ennis denies that his mid-life gender switch was a joke or a cry for attention.

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