(I originally tried to post this on Facebook, but I'm new to that and I was a little bit too wordy... so I had to post it elsewhere (aka here), so obviously everyone here knows I'm TG. =P)
See if you didn't know (and you really should by now if you're my friend) I'm transgendered. So every now and then someone thinks they're "smart" and outs me as such with such wonderful comments like "Fag!" "That's a man!" etc etc. Brilliant repertoire of linguistics from these blundering dolts. And I got it once before in Ross when I used to live in Pennsylvania, but from a couple nosy bitches thinking their opinions needed to be whispered just loud enough for me to hear.
This time was different, no one in the store had a clue (or said nothing/cared) but when I go to check out the lady was pleasant up until I tried to use my credit card and she had to see my ID. She apparently didn't approve of either my choices, my life, me, or that I was perhaps against "The teachings of the Almighty GOD!" (I do live in the south again, yay Bible thumpers with tiny brains!). But I almost forgot my receipt, mainly because she was so clumsy at working the register (or distracted by her RAAAAGE) she handed me the bag before the receipt printed. So she called me back with "Wait, your receipt!" and I came back and thanked her, when she proceeded to reply with "You're welcome. Have a nice day, SIR." And that SIR part is capitalized because she emphasized it and made sure it was enough for the few surrounding people to clearly hear her.
If you know me well enough, and I would hope you do friends of mine, I don't take crap off anyone. Especially people who think they have a right to mess with me, or tell me how my life is wrong because it doesn't mirror theirs or their beliefs. So as quick as she was to say SIR to me, I was quick back to her with my reply of "It's M'am actually, you ASSHOLE." and I walked out.
I laughed at that on and off all day, that comment just seriously came out of me with no thought involved it was great. Hopefully next time she'll keep her big hating trap shut. And for a lady of African decent she should be very anti-hate, but unfortunately she apparently felt she could dish it out. More people need to be anti-hate.
So tell me, how has hate impacted your life? Gimme a story if you like, a synopsis, etc. I'm trying to be a blogger and maybe a Vlogger soon too (need a monopod and more free time lol) already have the YouTube channel set up, just need those two things.