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  • n. Plural form of tranny.


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  • Last week, a writer from LA. MetBlogs used the term trannies in a piece, and I wrote about my objection to using the term here, and in the comment section of the piece where use of the term offended me.

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  • Elsewhere, Hewer showed his erudite side with Latin and law references we didn't get that from Des O'Connor, told a wartime anecdote about a friend who cracked codes at Bletchley, admitted to goofy teeth in his youth and nearly resisted an opportunity for humour when the word "trannies" was found among the letters. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Those who identify as trannies are a subset of broader transgender community

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  • But I and many transwomen have a major problem with peeps ignorantly calling cisgender women 'trannies' to be insulting.

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  • Last year, only 28 per cent of radios sold were digital, with many people still buying analogue "trannies" or clock radios, or hi-fi systems that included analogue radios. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • The new policy has stunned the "trannies", who say the ban affected a night out in which some members of their party were seated inside and others were refused entry. | Top Stories

  • The organisation also objected to the use of the word "trannies" in the title.

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  • (GLAAD), who are offended by the use of the word "trannies" and claim the film wrongly represents transgender females.

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  • AFTER 10 years of performing exclusively for women and "trannies", Gurlesque has decided to opens its doors to people of all sexual orientations at this year's Feast Festival. | Top Stories

  • Transvestites are not transsexuals and nobody should be calling them 'trannies' and even then, if you're going to use a derogatory term, you might as well spell it right.



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