O'Reilly's Irish Pub

o'reilly's irish pub



o'reilly's irish pub

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Sully said…
wow. as a transgender individual, i really can't ever tell when i'm going to stumble upon something as horrible and offensive as this ad campaign. glad to know how disgusting the general populace finds me, YET again. thanks.
Dan said…
mega lolz at previous comment
Sully said…
and thank you too, d*ckhead.
Joe Shmoe said…
@Sully, the world could care less what gender you are inside, or what you do with your body.....what we hate....sleeping with a "woman" only to find out it is a man. Are you a sneaky tranny prostitute? if you are, then yes, we find you repulsive...otherwise...shut the bleep up....nobody cares, quit trying to make yourself the center of attention.
Catherine said…
If people make fun of Aussies I laugh. Dont be so sensitive cause your a minority it is just a joke which people joke about all types of races, cultures, genders ect ect.
Sully said…
i know it's easy to be dismissive of people who feel that they have to complain about something, but i really don't think the comparison is appropriate. are there entire ad campaigns centered around how unfortunate it is to wind up in bed with an Australian? as an Australian, do you have to worry about being 17 times more likely to be murdered than non-Australian people? when that's the case, maybe your argument will hold water.

my mom was telling me just yesterday that she worries about me all the time... that someone won't be understanding and will hurt me. i told her that that's silly and to not worry so much about it, but the reality of it is that i'm worried about it too. and when there are things as influential as national ad campaigns promoting the idea that trans people are repulsive, it makes it that much more likely that someone will act out violently against me and people like me.

i guess i shouldn't be surprised about this sort of attitude coming from someone from Australia, seeing how y'all behave towards racial minorities in your country. but if you'd like to learn more about trans people instead of spouting nonsense about us online, you should start here:

http://www.hrc.org/issues/1508.htm