Happy Canada Day TransGriot readers!
Today is Canada's 146th birthday, and it would have been an exceptional and more joyous one for my Canadian trans cousins had the Senate not succumbed to its Conservative leanings.
It should have brought the Trans Rights Bill up for a vote before they went on summer recess.
But despite that, your home and native land has made some fantastic progress trans human rights wise that your south of the border trans cousins are envious of.
And on the day your nation was born, I want to thank all you readers north of the 49th parallel who surf to my blog on a regular basis and read what I have to say about various issues and let me know how much you appreciate an American taking an interest in what happens in Canada.
As a child of the African Diaspora, what happens in Canada is also a major concern to me because of my African descended brothers and sisters up there. As a member of the international trans community, what happens in Canada also affects me so it is important for me to keep up with developments that affect the trans community in the Great White North.
I'm also continuing to think about and pray for the rapid recovery of my Timmy's IceCapp loving homegirl as she continues to recover from her health challenge
Going to miss the post in which she does her usual Canada Day bragging that I have to rebut three days later.
And no Renee, no proposed trades accepted for Alberta. I have enough problems with the conservafools here in Baja Alberta (AKA Texas to the rest of y'all) and the rest of the Confederate flag waving South.
I don't need any more, so y'all deal with the Sweater Vest, Little Alberta and all those Conservatives in the prairie provinces.
Happy Canada Day!