Daily Archives: September 21, 2013

Transgender Teen Named Homecoming Queen

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Cassidy Lynn Campbell

n-TRANSGENDER-HOMECOMING-QUEEN-largeOn Friday night, transgender teen Cassidy Lynn Campbell was crowned homecoming queen at a California high school. Campbell, a 16-year-old student at Marina High School in Huntington Beach, was shocked when blue and gold balloons revealed she had won the crown on Sept. 20, according to KTLA. “I instantly just dropped to the ground and started crying,” she said. She is the first transgender homecoming queen at Marina High School and hopes that her win echoes outside her town. “I realized it wasn’t for me anymore and I was doing this for so many people all around the county and the state and possibly the world and I am so proud to win this not just for me, but everyone out there,” she told KTLA. Campbell began taking hormone blockers and estrogen injections in high school to transition, according to the Los Angeles Times, and has documented her journey in videos on her YouTube channel, LanceMize. She decided to run for homecoming queen this year to make a statement.

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Get ready, here it comes: Another ‘HollaQueen’

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gregorysshocktheater

Americans love a good scary movie, particularly around one of our favorite times of the Year, Halloween. YES !!!. We LOVED it as kids cause of all the candy soon to make us all diabetics. But we really, really like it as adults ’cause we get a chance to scream the ba-jesus out ourselves with the help of ALL those Bad, oh so very BAD, Horror Flicks. So. Why disappoint yourself and miss out on all that foolishness? Join the rest of Gotham and get your annual SCARE in at your local Movie Theater this year for Halloween. Or. Better yet. Stay home and frighten ALL those little, precious, costumed monsters that will be arriving at your doorstep at this year’s Halloween celebration. And. Perhaps if you’re in a major city as I am, prepare for a Night of Celebration with the rest of your city’s Ghouls. Go out in the Streets on Halloween Night, October 31st & Scream your pretty little head off. You’ll feel so much better. Later…..!!!