Oh, I dunno. But maybe you can tell me why you're such a thug.
Now, I don't recommend giving such an answer. But I certainly would've been tempted to give it were I in Tegan Smith's shoes.
The other day, around 6PM, police boarded a plane bound for Atlanta from Love Field in Dallas and arrested Tegan. They handcuffed her and not only failed to read her Miranda rights; they told her she didn't have any rights. In the meantime, her cell phone, hormones and a few other personal items disappeared. She had only one phone number, she recounted, and got no answer when she dialed, so she had no means of getting help.
In other words, she was at the mercy of those cops. I can only imagine how vulnerable she must have felt. However, she didn't let it show: As she says on her Facebook posting, "No one is going to see me cry."
Not surprisingly, she missed her flight and couldn't fly out of Dallas until the following day. But, at least a ticket was provided to her, free of charge. And she got back all of the items that had gone missing.
So, tell me again: Why are you transgendered?
"Yey, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I fear no evil, for I am the toughest bitch in the valley."
Actually, that "response" was part of Tegan's Facebook posting. Way to go!
And thanks to Kelli Anne Busey for recounting Tegan's story on Planet Transgender.