Transgendered Man Pleads Guilty to Sh...

Transgendered Man Pleads Guilty to Shooting Death of Girlfriend

There are 18 comments on the WDAF story from Dec 20, 2011, titled Transgendered Man Pleads Guilty to Shooting Death of Girlfriend. In it, WDAF reports that:

HARRISONVILLE, Mo. - A transgendered Cass County man pleaded guilty on Tuesday to charges that he shot and killed his girlfriend in 2009.

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Anon

Clarksburg, WV

#1 Dec 20, 2011
I just wish these news corporations could FINALLY get the terminology right!!! I'm sick of reading things like "transgendered man" and it actually turns out to be a transwoman......ah,$#|+, I just saw it was FUX News, they do that stuff just to incite people, anyways.

Since: Jul 08

Location hidden

#2 Dec 20, 2011
They got it right it's a cross dressing manů. Who will now go to a male prison and be kept in 24 isolation only allowed out of his cell one hour a day for exercise. I am also betting it won't be to long before we read about how he wants the State to pay for his transition.
Jason

Dansville, NY

#3 Dec 20, 2011
Brandi P wrote:
They got it right it's a cross dressing manů. Who will now go to a male prison and be kept in 24 isolation only allowed out of his cell one hour a day for exercise. I am also betting it won't be to long before we read about how he wants the State to pay for his transition.
Brandi - I've seen your posts about how pre-op transwomen are still men because if what is between their legs. This fact does not negate their womanhood. I'm a transman and I am not planning to get any bottom surgery whatsoever. Does this mean I am still a woman? No. Gender is in your head and this "holier-than-thou" attitude of yours really ticks me off.
Anon

Clarksburg, WV

#4 Dec 20, 2011
She's bleach-blonde, don't expect *any* of that to sink through the repeated dyings. More tips for dealing with Brandi: don't try to get too scientific or she will blank out and break down, don't use words with more than 2 syllables when speaking directly to her, and definitely don't try to reason against her ugly, white trash ignorance.

Brandi, is that just your stripper stage name or were your parents that trashy? Brandi was named after the liquor that helped conceive her. Her mother had morning sickness *after* she was born. Her middle name is Busch and her last name is Beam. Hahahaha Screw you, Brandi! >smiles<
Jason wrote:
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Brandi - I've seen your posts about how pre-op transwomen are still men because if what is between their legs. This fact does not negate their womanhood. I'm a transman and I am not planning to get any bottom surgery whatsoever. Does this mean I am still a woman? No. Gender is in your head and this "holier-than-thou" attitude of yours really ticks me off.
Anon

Clarksburg, WV

#5 Dec 20, 2011
Hey Brandi, just got a look at your profile and I don't feel so bad now for making a joke of you....

You definitely look like you can take a couple to that gargantuan chin! Bwahahaha
Jason

Dansville, NY

#6 Dec 20, 2011
Anon wrote:
Hey Brandi, just got a look at your profile and I don't feel so bad now for making a joke of you....
You definitely look like you can take a couple to that gargantuan chin! Bwahahaha
I assume that if she were actually a woman she would have gotten her chin trimmed down to size. I am not accepting her as female until she, cough cough, he has the proper sized chin!!

(I can rant without any just cause too Brandi ;))
A-NonBlonde

Clarksburg, WV

#7 Dec 20, 2011
Jason wrote:
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I assume that if she were actually a woman she would have gotten her chin trimmed down to size. I am not accepting her as female until she, cough cough, he has the proper sized chin!!
(I can rant without any just cause too Brandi ;))
LOL! Thanks!
She is as much a woman as the one in the story or *any* of us transwomen, yet obviously hates her self for it! I was dumbfounded to click on her profile, only to find out she is a transwoman! Talk about TA-WISTED!(all the exclamation points should help convey my surprise here) How did she *ever* make it through the WPATH guidelines, her psychiatrist must have been asleep at the gate!

Due to coming across this self-loathing, blonde treasonist, I am now changing my name. I will no longer be Anon and will now be known as A-NonBlonde, in honor of Brandi the traitor.
Jason

Dansville, NY

#8 Dec 20, 2011
A-NonBlonde wrote:
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LOL! Thanks!
She is as much a woman as the one in the story or *any* of us transwomen, yet obviously hates her self for it! I was dumbfounded to click on her profile, only to find out she is a transwoman! Talk about TA-WISTED!(all the exclamation points should help convey my surprise here) How did she *ever* make it through the WPATH guidelines, her psychiatrist must have been asleep at the gate!
Due to coming across this self-loathing, blonde treasonist, I am now changing my name. I will no longer be Anon and will now be known as A-NonBlonde, in honor of Brandi the traitor.
Haha, I honestly do not understand the trans-on-trans hate! Post-op people railing against the pre-op people... or those who think they "pass well" insulting those who often have trouble passing as their correct gender. Its just nonsense. Some people dont have resources for hormones or surgery but that doesn't make their gender any less real than someone whose had 234238940 surgeries to perfect the form they want. Some people don't want to lose their genitals because of risks associated with surgery. There are multitudes of reasons many transwomen do not undergo surgeries.

My girlfriend is a pre-op transwomen and she is a women. I identify as straight and it honestly makes no difference to me if she undergoes GRS in week, ten years or never. It really doesn't matter what you have in between your legs. If you see yourself as one gender thats how I will see you because I understand dysphoria. You'd think Brandi would understand intense bodily dysphoria and sympathize with other trans people. But her mind, so "TA-WISTED!".

By the way, love the username change. Haha
A-NonBlonde

Clarksburg, WV

#9 Dec 21, 2011
Jason wrote:
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Haha, I honestly do not understand the trans-on-trans hate! Post-op people railing against the pre-op people... or those who think they "pass well" insulting those who often have trouble passing as their correct gender. Its just nonsense. Some people dont have resources for hormones or surgery but that doesn't make their gender any less real than someone whose had 234238940 surgeries to perfect the form they want. Some people don't want to lose their genitals because of risks associated with surgery. There are multitudes of reasons many transwomen do not undergo surgeries.
My girlfriend is a pre-op transwomen and she is a women. I identify as straight and it honestly makes no difference to me if she undergoes GRS in week, ten years or never. It really doesn't matter what you have in between your legs. If you see yourself as one gender thats how I will see you because I understand dysphoria. You'd think Brandi would understand intense bodily dysphoria and sympathize with other trans people. But her mind, so "TA-WISTED!".
By the way, love the username change. Haha
Awww! Reading your two's story makes me melt inside! Your girlfriend is so lucky to have you, you're like a dream come true for a girl like ourselves! I wish the best for you two! Do you happen to have any single brothers? <3

As far as Brandi Iscariot goes, this is my first encounter with a self-loathing tranny! Look, she took her picture down, because she knows that everyone is going to focus in on her Jay Leno chin now! hahaha Looks like I got to her, huh? She is obviously still a bit self-conscious, but it doesn't bother her to trash *other* transwomen for not fitting into her own little ideals for us. She dishes it out and ultimately can't take it. Still, nothing will EVER erase the mental image I got when I clicked on her profile and saw that majorly masculine mug of hers. Sometimes, maybe it's best NOT to put a face to the name.....Good luck with those lesbians, Brandi! Hope they are accepting of a transgirl who will *never* pass.
A-NonBlonde

Clarksburg, WV

#10 Dec 21, 2011
Hey, check it out....Brandi Iscariot has a new pic. She thinks she's going to distract everyone from her jawline with a bikini. That may work with horny straight guys, Brandiwine, but my eyes still go straight to that massive mastoid!!!

Since: Jul 08

Location hidden

#11 Dec 21, 2011
Jason I'll ignore your childish attempts at berating me since I'm much to mature to even address them, however I will speak to other parts of your postings. You stated that you are a FTM and that you have no intentions of having bottom surgery correct me if I'm wrong but I believe any state that does allow a birth certificate change top surgery is all that is required.

@ Aron I have to say that I put very little stock in your opinions since 1) your from WV and 2) you don't have a picture up so that leaves you little room to talk about anyones looks. That fact that you live with another male and stick it up the his butt in no way makes him a women in fact it make you a gay man.

Lastly let that my opinions about the Transgender aren't my alone in fact there are many who feel exactly as I do and who agree with me that the Transgender have NO Claim to the GID diagnosis since the vast majority of them NEVER go to therapy or ever get a diagnosis the truth is most decided for themselves they fit the diagnosis and then proceed to surgery and self medicate with internet hormones never having the first bit of blood work done or meeting any of the requirements for the GID diagnosis. I have no problem with any individual who follows the SOC and proceeds with Transition in an orderly manor after being diagnosis with GID. I do have a HUGE problem with a group who high jacks a diagnosis that doesn't cover them and uses it to vilify their lifestyle. continually spreading the misnomer that Transexuals fit under your Transgender umbrella is only done to give the Transgender a shred of credibility to push their cause of forcing a third gender upon America
A-NonBlonde

Clarksburg, WV

#12 Dec 21, 2011
Brandi P wrote:
Jason I'll ignore your childish attempts at berating me since I'm much to mature to even address them, however I will speak to other parts of your postings. You stated that you are a FTM and that you have no intentions of having bottom surgery correct me if I'm wrong but I believe any state that does allow a birth certificate change top surgery is all that is required.
@ Aron I have to say that I put very little stock in your opinions since 1) your from WV and 2) you don't have a picture up so that leaves you little room to talk about anyones looks. That fact that you live with another male and stick it up the his butt in no way makes him a women in fact it make you a gay man.
Lastly let that my opinions about the Transgender aren't my alone in fact there are many who feel exactly as I do and who agree with me that the Transgender have NO Claim to the GID diagnosis since the vast majority of them NEVER go to therapy or ever get a diagnosis the truth is most decided for themselves they fit the diagnosis and then proceed to surgery and self medicate with internet hormones never having the first bit of blood work done or meeting any of the requirements for the GID diagnosis. I have no problem with any individual who follows the SOC and proceeds with Transition in an orderly manor after being diagnosis with GID. I do have a HUGE problem with a group who high jacks a diagnosis that doesn't cover them and uses it to vilify their lifestyle. continually spreading the misnomer that Transexuals fit under your Transgender umbrella is only done to give the Transgender a shred of credibility to push their cause of forcing a third gender upon America
Straight from the horses' chin......
Let me address these "points".
1) Yes, I am from West Virginia. The fact that I've thrived as a transwoman in a backwards-a$$ red state should tell you something, alone! I pass very well and have not had an issue yet, due to my being trans. Sorry I don't have a picture up to prove it to you....but that leads me to point number
2)Putting a bikini pic up on a serious forum is true white trash! lol Who are you trying to impress? Cause it aint your fellow transwomen, you look ugly to us.....and in all honesty honey,you do not look as good as you think you do. Excuse me for having just a touch of class, I save my exposing pics for DATING SITES!

Now, you made yourself look VERY ignorant by ASSuming that you know where I am at in my transition. ASSuming I even have a penis and especially the ASSumption that I do (or ever have!) used it on ANYONE.
Did you just skip out on the part of therapy where we are taught that gender is a spectrum? You are no better than the fundies and bigots who think that a man is man, and a woman is a woman, NO EXCEPTIONS! I've heard about trannies like you, who think that you are better than those who don't fit into these extreme ideals. They have a label for you all, it's: "TRANNIER THAN THOU!" You are still a transwoman, just like the rest of us.

Yes, you are so much better because you had GRS and others haven't or decide not to. So much better. Phhfffttt......
ANonBlonde

Clarksburg, WV

#13 Dec 21, 2011
Hey, Brandi P, Trannier Than Thou....
I think I'm going to lay off your chinstrap and start making light of your abhorent shoulder-to-hip ratio next....but hey, you're a big girl, you can take it!

“where the wind shines...”

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#14 Dec 21, 2011
Brandi P wrote:
Jason I'll ignore your childish attempts at berating me since I'm much to mature to even address them, however I will speak to other parts of your postings. You stated that you are a FTM and that you have no intentions of having bottom surgery correct me if I'm wrong but I believe any state that does allow a birth certificate change top surgery is all that is required.
So your opinions of trans people are reliant on state law? I disagree with that. I have an FTM friend who has not had any surgeries or HRS. Does this mean he is not a "true" trans person like yourself? I myself have not taken hormones because I already pass as male completely. There are side effects with HRS and I'd rather be financially stable before attempting all that.

I've seen you gripe about people who "self-diagnose" themselves. Didn't you know you were a women before any therapist intervened? I know I was sure of my gender identity way before. I was actually annoyed that people thought I needed to see a therapist before I called myself a transman. I ended up paying for someone to diagnose me "officially" with someone I had already known.

“where the wind shines...”

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#15 Dec 21, 2011
A-NonBlonde wrote:
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Awww! Reading your two's story makes me melt inside! Your girlfriend is so lucky to have you, you're like a dream come true for a girl like ourselves! I wish the best for you two! Do you happen to have any single brothers? <3
As far as Brandi Iscariot goes, this is my first encounter with a self-loathing tranny! Look, she took her picture down, because she knows that everyone is going to focus in on her Jay Leno chin now! hahaha Looks like I got to her, huh? She is obviously still a bit self-conscious, but it doesn't bother her to trash *other* transwomen for not fitting into her own little ideals for us. She dishes it out and ultimately can't take it. Still, nothing will EVER erase the mental image I got when I clicked on her profile and saw that majorly masculine mug of hers. Sometimes, maybe it's best NOT to put a face to the name.....Good luck with those lesbians, Brandi! Hope they are accepting of a transgirl who will *never* pass.
I have three brothers although I'm afraid one is 13 and the other two are douchebags.:p

I do feel a sense of pity for her, knowing thats she's completely forgotten her past and wants to forget those who are pre-transition. No doubt she probably had a rough time getting people to accept her and has tried to force that hurt on transwomen. Hopefully she'll find someone who will accept her mountain-like chin.

“where the wind shines...”

Since: Dec 11

Location hidden

#16 Dec 21, 2011
Also, I just realized I have logged into my account, although I am still Jason, if either of you were confused :p
ANonBlonde

Clarksburg, WV

#17 Dec 21, 2011
psychoman886 wrote:
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I've seen you gripe about people who "self-diagnose" themselves. Didn't you know you were a women before any therapist intervened? I know I was sure of my gender identity way before. I was actually annoyed that people thought I needed to see a therapist before I called myself a transman. I ended up paying for someone to diagnose me "officially" with someone I had already known.
Yes! Exactly!
I don't think she even sees herself as trans anymore, she only sees herself as female and forgets that she had to make changes to finally live as one. She also forgets that she had a penis. As holy as her new vagina is (pun intended), she forgets that it was that *very penis* that was used to fashion her new parts...she is so convinced of all this that I bet she spontaneously menstruates whenever hearing the word "transwoman", just to prove how "real" she is (to herself).
ANonBlonde

Clarksburg, WV

#18 Dec 21, 2011
psychoman886 wrote:
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I have three brothers although I'm afraid one is 13 and the other two are douchebags.:p
I do feel a sense of pity for her, knowing thats she's completely forgotten her past and wants to forget those who are pre-transition. No doubt she probably had a rough time getting people to accept her and has tried to force that hurt on transwomen. Hopefully she'll find someone who will accept her mountain-like chin.
I guess I'll have to wait five years for your younger brother to grow up. Is he into older women? joking, joking....

Don't pity her, she is no better than the other narrowminded and narrowa$$ed individuals that we have to battle for acceptance. I don't pity her, I find her a walking joke.

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