Blaire White: My Favorite Tranny

Blaire White: My Favorite Tranny

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Blaire White is a young Youtuber who is vocally against feminism and other liberal ideas and policies. She is avidly against politically correct, or "PC" culture and she breaks down barriers by calling out hypocrisy withing political and social issues. What makes Blaire so interesting is that she is openly transgender and is very vocal about her nontraditional views regarding politics. Her first video was entitled "Female Privilege | Antifeminism" and was released on her channel on December 2nd, 2015. The video discussed her opinions and experiences with the idea of "male privilege" and why she does not think it is fair to say that women do not have certain privileges over men. She compared her experiences as a male from before she transitioned to those as a female and discovered that she was in fact treated differently, but not in a way that many may think. "The term 'ladies first' is definitely something that is actually implemented." Said White in her video. She also mentions how our society is generally more welcoming and kind to women as opposed to men. "I think these are things worth noting even if they are small things because I do think it effects their quality of life." Blaire goes on to say that she does think women have privileges over men. Some of Blaire's other videos are on male issues where she uses her platform to spread awareness on issues that effect men, such as male suicide. These issues are not prominent in the media and since White once lived as a male, she feels a personal connection to these issues.

Blaire defies typical LGBTQ community norms by calling herself a "tranny" (which is typically considered an offensive slur) and aligning with predominantly conservative values. She does not think gender is a social construct and does believe that there are only 2 genders. This is contrary to popular belief within the LGBTQ community in which gender is a concept that has nothing to do with biology but has to do with the way society assigns characteristics associated with sex. Many trans people also believe that they are aligned with neither gender so instead of being referred to as "he" or "she," they prefer the singular pronoun "they," "zi," "zim," or "zir." Blaire believes that these terms are invalid and should not be used.

As a trans woman, many would expect Blaire to consider herself a feminist. This could not be further from the truth. Throughout her many videos, you can easily tell that Blaire despises feminism. As an advocate for men's issues, White believes that feminism is mainly focused on man-hating. More recently, Blaire has posted videos where she speaks out against the Black Lives Matter movement as well as her disapproval of the ideology of Islam with regards to it's philosophy on women and LGBTQ individuals. Blaire's first video on the Black Lives Matter movement was entitled, "Black Lives Matter is Trash." This video resulted in her being doxed, which is the "intent to search for and publish private or identifying information about an individual on the Internet, typically with malicious intent" according to Google. Blaire had to temporarily deactivate her Twitter due to the death threats she was receiving from BLM activists. Even though her message resulted in these threats, she never took the video down and she event made more videos regarding her opinions on BLM. Here's her original video on the movement.

If you're interested in learning more about Blaire, visit her Youtube channel or follow her on Twitter and Instagram! @msblairewhite

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10 Things I Threw Out AFTER Freshman Year Of College

Guess half the stuff on your packing list doesn't really matter
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I spent the entire summer before my freshman year of college so WORRIED.

I also spent most of my money that summer on miscellaneous dorm stuff. I packed the car when the time finally came to move in, and spent the drive up excited and confused about what the heck was actually going on.

Freshman year came and went, and as I get ready to go back to school in just a few short weeks (!!), I'm starting to realize there's just a whole bunch of crap I just don't need.

After freshman year, I threw out:

1. Half my wardrobe.

I don't really know what I was thinking of owning 13 sweaters and 25 T-shirts in the first place. I wear the same five T-shirts until I magically find a new one that I probably got for free, and I put on jeans maybe four times. One pair is enough.

2. Half my makeup.

Following in the theme of #1, if I put on makeup, it's the same eyeliner-mascara combination as always. Sometimes I spice it up and add lipstick or eyeshadow.

3. My vacuum.

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One, I basically never did it. Two, if I REALLY needed to vacuum, dorms rent out cleaning supplies.

4. Most of my photos from high school.

I didn't throw them ALL away, but most of them won't be making a return to college. Things change, people change, your friends change. And that's okay.

5. Excess school supplies.

Binders are heavy and I am lazy. I surprisingly didn't lose that many pens, so I don't need the fifty pack anymore. I could probably do without the crayons.

6. Cups/Plates/Bowls/Silverware.

Again, I am lazy. I cannot be bothered to wash dishes that often. I'll stick to water bottles and maybe one coffee cup. Paper plates/bowls can always be bought, and plastic silverware can always be stolen from different places on campus.

7. Books.

I love to read, but I really don't understand why I thought I'd have the time to actually do it. I think I read one book all year, and that's just a maybe.

8. A sewing kit.

I don't even know how to sew.

9. Excessive decorations.

It's nice to make your space feel a little more cozy, but not every inch of the wall needs to be covered.

10. Throw pillows.

At night, these cute little pillows just got tossed to the floor, and they'd sit there for days if I didn't make my bed.

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What It Means To Be Nonbinary, From 5 People For Whom It Is A Reality

The future isn't binary.

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Until college, I had never met anyone who did not identify with the gender they were given at birth. When I met my first friend who was nonbinary, I had a lot of questions.

Not wanting to be disrespectful, I kept a lot of them to myself, but after reflection, I realized that I would rather ask questions and be informed in order to respect my friends.

Recently, when the topic of being nonbinary has come up in conversation, I realized that a lot of people I know ignore it because they are confused by it. I find that completely ignorant. There is no excuse not to respect how your fellow humans identify.

I decided to write this article to spread awareness and help people understand what it means to be nonbinary. I am not nonbinary myself, but I have many friends who identify as nonbinary. It is not a phase or a trend, and they are real people.

When you google "nonbinary," this is what comes up:

Everyone expresses gender differently, so that is why I decided to interview a few of my friends in order to get a full understanding. Gender, just like sexuality, has no right or wrong answer. It is a spectrum.

A few of my friends have taken new names, which means that the name that was assigned to them at birth is now their "dead" name.

(Some of the interviewees are not publicly out, so I am writing under a fake name for them!)**

I hope this has given you a better understanding of what nonbinary is. Just remember to be kind and respectful of one another.

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