Laverne Cox covers Time magazine

This week’s TIME magazine features a black transsexual actor as part of the media’s ongoing Gay Agenda campaign to normalize homosexuality and compare the LGBT community to the black man’s struggle for civil rights.

The media’s “Gay is the New Black” agenda aggressively targets the black community who they believe is the most homophobic and anti-gay segment of society.

In an effort to train black children to be more tolerant and accepting of abnormal human sexuality, the media spotlights openly gay athletes like NFL player Michael Sam and NBA player Jason Collins, and black transsexual actor Laverne Cox, star on the Netflix drama Orange Is the New Black.

Cox, who is described as an emerging leader of the trans movement, travels the country campaigning for trans equal rights.

In a cover story titled “The Transgender Tipping Point,” Cox discusses his sexual identity confusion as a young boy: “I just thought that I was a girl and that there was no difference between girls and boys,” he said. “I think in my imagination I thought that I would hit puberty and I would start turning into a girl.”


A former trans leader who has since fallen out of the media’s good graces is drag queen RuPaul, the star of RuPaul’s Drag Race. RuPaul is waging a one-man war against gay activists over the use of the words “tranny” and “She-mail” on his show.

RuPaul recently went on a social media tirade shaming those who seek to alienate and divide those in the gay community who aren’t offended by the word tranny.

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