Monday, June 15, 2015

NAACP Transracial NOT Transgender but IS Bisexual

The media frenzy over Spokane NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal is eager to expose her as not authentically of the black race, but is obviously reluctant to discuss her claim of being bisexual.
"As a single mom who has lived on the poverty line and identifies as bisexual, perhaps some of my other demographics are also a first for Spokane."
-- Rachel Dolezal, (now former) President of NAACP Spokane, WA
For background, click headlines below to read previous articles:

NAACP Helps Boot Pro-life Teacher in Georgia

NAACP Helps Boot African Christian Critical of Homosexuality

Black Pastors Split with NAACP and Obama on Gay Agenda

Also read NAACP Endorses 'Gay Marriage'

In addition, read how the Gay Agenda transgender objectives are being advanced by President Obama and across the Obama administration; and by private businesses; as well as via public schools and throughout academia -- and funded by taxpayers.

-- From "The surprising ways Caitlyn Jenner and Rachel Dolezal are now linked" by Justin Wm. Moyer, Washington Post 6/15/15

Why is Caitlyn Jenner treated as a groundbreaking cultural hero and Rachel Dolezal condemned as a charlatan? If it’s okay to be transgender, what’s wrong with being “transracial”?

Many in the mainstream took the bait, and the cases of Jenner and Dolezal were forever intertwined. In People, for example, a psychologist explained why “Rachel Dolezal’s Case Can’t be Compared to Caitlyn Jenner.”

“‘Most people who are transgender, [when they are] as early as 4 or 5, believe already that at some level that they are a child born with the wrong anatomy,'” Derald Wing Sue said. “I don’t see this” with Dolezal.

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From "White NAACP Leader Rachel Dolezal Is BISEXUAL Too!" by Patrick Howley, Political Reporter, Daily Caller 6/14/15

Dolezal, who was born white but became the leader of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People’s (NAACP) Spokane, Wash. chapter after representing herself as African-American (her supporters claim she’s “transracial“), is fluid in other ways, too [Dolezal said in a December interview with the publication Spokane Faith and Values].

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From "An interview with Rachel Dolezal, the new Spokane NAACP president" by Kelly Mathews, SpokaneFAVS 12/2/14

Rachel Dolezal agreed to an interview for Spokane Faith and Values since her election as president of the Spokane NAACP.

Kelly: When did you first decide to run for president?

Rachel: A few months ago, members asked me to consider running. . . . My candidacy was really a response to requests for me to run for the position of president. My candidacy was not originally my idea, but a request from officers and members in the branch frustrated with current leadership.

Kelly: Rachel . . . Can you please tell us all about your life and all that you do so people understand your level of commitment and passion?

. . . Historically in Spokane, I’m in a very small minority of women presidents of the NAACP. I believe I’m the third or fourth female president since the Spokane NAACP’s inception.

I’d guess I’m also one of the youngest presidents. As a single mom who has lived on the poverty line and identifies as bisexual, perhaps some of my other demographics are also a first for Spokane. I know there is a strong majority of older straight men with strong church ties leading many of the branches nationally.

I’m a spiritual person, but not someone who belongs to any specific church in Spokane.

Nationally, as well locally, there have been very few presidents who are female throughout history.

My leadership is relevant to people who have lived experience in various historically oppressed groups, those who don’t have enough resources, those who have experienced a need for support emotionally and psychologically, and single parents and young leaders who have fought hard to gain respect.

To read the entire interview above, CLICK HERE.

From "Rachel Dolezal Quits N.A.A.C.P. in Spokane" by Richard Pérez-Peña, New York Times 6/15/15

The head of the N.A.A.C.P. chapter in Spokane, subjected to national scrutiny and ridicule after it appeared she lied about her own racial background, announced Monday that she was quitting that post.

It was not clear whether Ms. Dolezal would also give up her part-time teaching position in African-American studies at Eastern Washington University, or her membership on the Spokane police ombudsman’s commission.

. . . N.A.A.C.P. officials and other community leaders said she had represented herself as being of partly black ancestry, and she checked boxes for white, black and Native American on her application to the city for the ombudsman commission, where she was appointed by the mayor. Reached by reporters last week at their home in Montana, Ms. Dolezal’s parents — from whom she is estranged — said that in fact, she has no black background.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

Also read Transgenderism is a 'Delusion' According to Victim