Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Fit into a gender role, NOW!  

Well, Caster Semenya has fallen out of the media, but luckily people have yet another public figure to impose gender upon. A Filipino singer, Reggie Ramirez, from "Pilipinas Got Talent" has become known for his ability to sing both "female" and "male" parts of songs, and his tendency to perform in both women's and men's clothing.

And inevitably people MUST KNOW! Is it a tranny? A dragqueen? A hermaphrodite? WHAT IS IT?!? WE CANNOT ACCEPT THIS PERSON UNTIL THEY FIT INTO A GENDER BOX! AGGGHHHHHHHHHHHH!

Methinks people should save themselves a whole lot of trouble and just realize it's none of their damn business.

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5 comments: to “ Fit into a gender role, NOW!

  • April 12, 2010 at 12:34 AM  

    WOW! As much as this is weird, I'm totally impressed with this Reggie dude/dudette. Hahahah. He's got talent alright. I agree, it's none of people's business. Obviously he's a guy, but if he likes to perform as both, so what? Yes I know, you're curious and so am I. But let him be. This is his specialty and not everyone can perform like him. Just accept things the way they are.

  • April 12, 2010 at 5:46 PM  

    I think its awesome that he is showing there are no gender boundaries to what a person can do. Just like a woman can do anything a man an do, men should also feel free to show their "feminine" side, and not be judged for it.

  • April 12, 2010 at 5:46 PM  

    well i personally think this is awesome! What a talent this person has. whether he is a tranny, hermaphrodite or a drag queen, I dont really care! I think that this takes a lot of guts and personality to do. Way to go Reggie!

  • April 14, 2010 at 8:24 PM  

    I agree with everyone. I think it is amazing that Reggie can have his feminine side and be comfortable with it. He has a talent. It is no ones business to know how he is able to sing as a man and as a woman. It's talent. not a question about one's gender.

  • April 20, 2010 at 11:52 AM  

    I think he should be able to choose whatever he wants. I'm shocked but impressed that he has the nerve to do something like this. He obviously is just trying to show both sides of his personality.
    Most women complain about how their man isn't sensitive enough or how they dont care enough, well maybe he is trying to show that he can be, yet women are complaining about how he should fit into his gender role. come on make up your mind. Just accept him for who he is.