Tina K. Russell

May 13, 2008

Awesome Cissexuals: Students of Brewster High School

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , — Tina Russell @ 3:46 pm

High school students crossdress to support transsexual sophomore

At least a dozen students at a Putnam County high school are cross-dressing to support a sophomore boy who wants to become a girl.

Boys wore skirts and wigs and girls wore caps and cargo pants to Brewster High School. One senior says the students wanted 17-year-old Michael Loscalzo to feel more comfortable.

Rock on.

(Note that a transsexual is not “a boy who wants to be a girl,” or the other way around; when you’re transsexual, you believe you already are a boy or girl, and want your appearance to reflect that and for other people to respect that. Anyway…)

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2 Comments »

  1. I’d been going out with Myke for a month before he told me what happened last year. I’m from new jersey so I didn’t hear about it before.
    I think it’s absolutely awesome what everyone did to make him feel more comfortable at school and I think everyone who has to say something negative about him is a fucking cunt and should go kill themselves.
    he really is an amazing person and I love him with all my heart- regardless of whether he’s amelia or myke.

    I love you baby<3

    Comment by Kelsey — September 24, 2008 @ 9:58 am

  2. That’s wonderful. I know from experience that kind of support means a lot.

    Thanks for commenting!

    Comment by Tina Russell — September 24, 2008 @ 9:56 pm


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