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  1. says

    I thought Stu Rasmussen identified as a woman. Does she not use female pronouns? When I first read the article, I assumed that they had callously mispronouned her. What’s the deal? Seems like a refusal to concede that she’s a woman — she’s _really_ a he. Am I wrong here? Stu can use whatever pronoun Stu wants but usually a physical transformation is accompanied by a linguistic one. Either Stu is really mixing it up (go Stu!) or Stu’s being misrepresented.

  2. says

    I thought Stu Rasmussen identified as a woman. Does she not use female pronouns? When I first read the article, I assumed that they had callously mispronouned her. What’s the deal? Seems like a refusal to concede that she’s a woman — she’s _really_ a he. Am I wrong here? Stu can use whatever pronoun Stu wants but usually a physical transformation is accompanied by a linguistic one. Either Stu is really mixing it up (go Stu!) or Stu’s being misrepresented.

  3. Steven says

    This is fascinating to me, as someone who grew up in a small town in Oregon. Particularly, because I know Silverton isn’t exactly the most liberal place in Oregon. It’s encouraging to me.

  4. le_sacre says

    i assume we can trust Andy to have confirmed what pronoun Stu identifies with, but it is a smidge confusing that he has breast implants. i guess we need to gender-body construct blinders!

  5. WeHo Superhero says

    I’m so proud of my hometown! I lived there for 18 years and, at that point, was more than happy to get the hell out of there. Everyone knows Stu. As a kid, I just knew him as the guy that dressed up as characters outside the movie theater and had oddly long fingernails. Now, I’m very proud of where I grew up!

  6. Tom says

    This guy probably doesn’t realize fully, but he’s a true hero and the definition of what America is about: free, hardworking, and giving back to the community. Don’t let the morality hypocrites rain on this parade!

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