After Advocate.com and freelance writer Parker Molloy quietly parted ways this month, it took less than three weeks for her to go on the attack. Molloy’s latest tirade was apparently triggered by a phone call in which a customer service rep mistakenly assumed Molloy was male. Molloy took to Twitter to vent, first trolling SNL comedian Michael Che before trolling Advocate.com editor Lucas Grindley and his staff with a profanity-laced diatribe.
In addition to going after Grindley, Molloy slammed Grand Editorial executives Matthew Breen and Aaron Hicklin, as well as Here Media’s Diane Anderson-Minshall and Tracy Gilchrist, claiming their “transphobia” and coverage of celebrities associated with trans issues are “on par with Breitbart,” the right-wing news site. Molloy also criticized their coverage of Apple CEO Tim Cook’s coming out column:
Hey, gay media throwing a fit because Tim Cook didn’t come out during a product launch (instead, choosing some personal tact), fuck off. Also, fuck all of you (looking at you, @outmagazine) who have outed him without consent for years. Oh, BTW, I’ve chosen to not write at explicitly LGBT outlets like @outmagazine (only 1 piece there) or @TheAdvocateMag anymore bc this shit.
Molloy has a history of lashing out at former colleagues, including editors at HuffPost Gay Voices and Thought Catalog.
Grindley had welcomed Molloy back to Advocate.com in October following Molloy’s one-month suspension. Although the nonprofit Trans Violence Tracking Portal issued an advisory about Molloy following her verbal attacks on a trans woman, Grindley’s team assigned Molloy to cover anti-trans violence anyway.
Other reports of Molloy’s behavior began to surface after her advocate.com return, including an incident where Molloy was enraged at a nonprofit that honors trans community members. Molloy vowed to punish the nonprofit, saying she’d be “freezing them out of anything I ever write” for not acknowledging her journalistic efforts.
According to Molloy, her “publicly calling out an employee” on October 8 was the final straw. Grindley defended himself and his staff, saying, “That’s not what you told us when you left. I thought you explained your resignation well on [Facebook].” Grindley quoted from an October 10 message Molloy published, which said in part that her attacks on colleagues and LGBT leaders “have given way to distraction that overshadows the topics I took so much pride in covering.” Molloy’s message continued:
Anyone can rant and rage. What I’ve found is that universally denouncing someone, that ‘calling someone out’ just for the sake of calling them out, does little other than cast others as pariahs. Lately, I’ve been trying to promote a message of inclusivity, rather than division, and I’m the first one to admit that I’ve been guilty of fostering attitudes of division and anger in the past. […] Hopefully you can see the marked change in attitude and tact.
In March, I said that I ‘f*cking hated’ someone. […] In August, I responded to a critical comment by calling someone a stupid c*nt and telling them to ‘drink bleach.’[…] All that’s left is for me to never ever make that sort of mistake again, to grow, and to learn from it. […] my future writing will no longer feature the ‘rage-y,’ ‘call out culture’ style some love and some hate. […] you’re not going to see me launch personal attacks on anyone.
Less than three weeks later, Molloy resumed her pattern of behavior, concluding that her departure from Advocate.com was “fine by me.” Shortly before deleting the entire rant, Molloy said that she did not appreciate “the transphobia by HERE Media honchos” who she claimed would “shit-talk” her in public.
Molloy then accused Grindley of a “major violation of privacy” and begged him to delete his responses to her, and she did the same. Below are copies of Molloy’s deleted posts.
Wow, setting the politics aside, that woman is a basket case. Hope she finds a good therapist.
You could have just said “Parker Molloy Resigns. You didn’t need to add the part where she lashes out at former colleagues.
Us assuming Molloy lashed out in any situation is pretty much a given at this point.
Parker Molloy is some sort of psycho drama queen. I suppose Ms. Molloy is the first person to ever have their gender mistaken over the phone because of how their voice sounds! Grow up. I got ma’am’d all the time, so I grew a beard. You want to sound like a woman on the phone, pitch your voice higher or soften your timbre. Molloy has to participate and be proactive if she wants the world to perceive her as she is.
Or, you know, she could just take a chill pill and disappear.
Waiting patiently to see how many of these 100 folks reconsider their support for Molloy’s brand of dramactivism:
I’m a cis-gendered gay guy, and I get accidentally called ma’am on occasion. It happens, and it’s not necessarily an intentional slight.
I sincerely hope she seeks the help of a competent mental health professional. One licensed to prescribe.
I see that Molloy is as batshit crazy as ever. I was really hoping that she had meant her pledge. Ha. And her fit over being accidentally misgendered over the phone is ridiculous. It happens to cis people ALL the time. Its not an issue of transphobia for God’s sake. And in fact most Transwomen that I have heard of this happening to are usually quite gracious about it. I think Molloy just wanted a pity party from her minions, that’s all.
@LishLash: LishLash, most of them are just as batshit crazy as she is.
PRINCE OF SNARKNESS aka DIVKID
Say what you like but anyone who dresses up on Halloween as a cabbage patch doll is all right by me.
The gay media is on the way out. It’s become corrupted. When you read gay websites these days, it’s all about celebrities who are simply using gay people to make money. Pathetic.
It’s like she stars in her own internal soap opera. What a mess. She is just… so awful and immature. Once she burns ALL the bridges, she won’t have any left to hide under. If she ever gets another writing job anywhere, ever again, I’ll be shocked. Also, I feel bad for that poor Verizon customer service rep. I bet you anything Molloy was a total dickhead to that person.
OMFG, she is already bitching about this post. Talking sh!t about Jeremy Kinser.
Sweet, wondrous, scrumptious, delicious, glistening, dewy, honey-coated, oven-baked karma!
Parker is a witch-hunter in the classical Stalinesque, Spanish Inquisition style—a hateful individual who’s always seeking to cast their own inner turmoil onto others in the vain hope that it will work. Always looking for “evil,” Parker has attacked people for alleged anti-trans “hate” and “violence,” yet none of Parker’s targets ever did anything remotely as hateful and implicitly violent as telling another transgender woman to cut herself, drink bleach, and die in a fire.
This ongoing meltdown of Parker’s is absolutely delightful to watch. A couple months ago, Parker wrote an article denying allegations of being mentally ill. Since then, Parker has done everything to solidify the impression that every pore in Parker’s body exudes psychological instability. Good job actively reinforcing negative stereotypes about trans people, Parky! The witch-hunter is being burned at the stake. Happy Halloween, everyone.
Parker is also apparently using a sock puppet to keep purging Parker’s Wikipedia page of any references to the “Drink Bleach” controversy. Looks like this one will have to go to Wikipedia’s editors, who will undoubtedly restore them, because they are fully and amply sourced. Even Parker admitted to the incident but is now wishing it will all go away.
I’m getting so tired of this loser. I can’t wait for the final crash and burn.
Psycho is as psycho does Forrest.
Sounds like they are better off without that nut bar.
And besides, Parker is a man’s name – like Robert or Edward. She needs to go by a nickname if it offends her to be mistaken for a man.
How does she keep getting jobs?…It just seems it would be so much work to have her around…No matter how talented of a writer she is….I bet everyone has to walk on egg shells with her around
Trans activists are insane. They use politics as a way of distracting themselves from their many emotional and mental problems. As long as they are constantly on the attack against an endless roster of enemies, they never have to look at themselves. If that is how they want to spend their lives, I have no problem with it. But it is a disaster for LGB people to identify ourselves with this loony bin. Acquiescing to the fiction of “LGBT” is the worst mistake that LGBs ever made.
So… I just found this. Parker actually said this to someone on Facebook.
“Seriously, if you have the viewpoint that having surgery matters to anyone except you, the people you f*ck, and the doctor — if you believe having surgery “makes you a woman” then not only do I say “Go f*ck yourself” but specifically, “Go f*ck your post operative self with your pre operative self.” F*cking HBSer piece of HBSing sh!t.
I have no idea when this all happened but, wow she has a nasty attitude.
Then today she started freaking out on twitter. This tweet is from a few hours ago, about Queerty. I guessing that we are the a-holes.
Parker Marie Molloy [email protected]
Have I mentioned that these a-holes had the gall to do all this as I recover from surgery? Class. Act.
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The gall? THE GALL? To re-post the terrible things that you have said and done? Whatever.
How does Parker Malloy get out of the woods? She takes the psychopath.
@Will L: You’ve heard of Parker Posey, right? Parker is a gender neutral name.
@Jacob23: Jacob, I really wish you would rethink your statement. Making a sweeping generalization like that is not helpful to the trans cause, nor is it even helpful to the LGBTQ cause. That is the kind of statement that fundamenalists make about gay and lesbian people, too.
I can guarantee you that not all trans activists are insane. And I can also guarantee you that more than anyone, trans people have to look at themselves. I have to look at myself every day, and it’s hard. I really don’t care for the word activist – I think there is such a negative connotation with it, such a stigma. I suppose I am technically a trans activist, although really, I am just a person using my talents to help change the way trans people are seen by mainstream society – I just want to be seen as a person. I would encourage you to check out the Transcending Gender Project.
Molloy is now just one more person that I’m sure I don’t want to meet before they die. We all know people like Molloy and they aren’t just transexuals. The name “professional martyrs or victims” only partially defines them. I don’t spend a lot of time wondering what makes the tick but do void them like lepers. The best explanation of them that I’ve come up with is they first define themselves by their real or imaginary obstacles in life and then blame the world for not accommodating them and their real or imaginary obstacles.
*** a brilliant guy with mild diagnosis aspergers who cannot have five minutes of conversation without injecting his lowly position in society as a second rate citizen and how everyone makes his life harder than it “should” be.
*** a morbidly obese female who reviles all men (gay and straight) for being animals who are only interested in sex and beautiful bodies.
*** an otherwise excellent minority journalism student kicked out of a university for plagiarizing who blames failure in journalism and his career in fast food management on white racism.
You know them as well as I do and most likely you do your best to avoid them as well. The worst thing Queerty could have done for Molloy was give any attention to this.
Sounds like the usual mess at the Advocate. I stopped dealing with them back in the late 1990s when they took forever (months of pleading!) to pay me for a freelance article. Never again with that sorry gang!
@jason smeds: You can just picture Jason Smeds aka Micheal Mellor aka Jim Bryant sat at his lap-top in his skin suit culled from the bodies of several recently deceased women, fondling ‘his’ breasts while he muses that now he will finally gain the love of a Real Man.
Obviously, another trans child who transitioned without appropriate mental health care.
She probably just walked into an LGBT center and said “I’m trans” and got an instant referral or script for hormones.
She probably isn’t even truly trans, more like a sociopath, or borderline personality, or possibly in the early stages of paranoid schizophrenia.
You know who I feel sorry for in all of this? The everyday transgenders trying to live their lives, when THIS is the example that people read about.
It’s like when gays read about that nutcase in Canada who ate his boyfriend, or lesbians have to read a sensationalized account of a jealous woman who murdered her former girlfriend and the press just laps it up.
Ugh, imagine being transgender, just trying to go about your daily life and this Parker Molloy person is out there in the press purporting to represent you.
Quick message for Parker Molloy. FIGURE OUT WHAT YOUR PROBLEM IS, if it is chemical, then get on some medication. If it is emotional, then do yourself and the world a favor, and shut the F**k up for a while, see a therapist and deal with your shi*t.
I would not make any presumptions about what care Parker did not receive or about her treatment for transition. I would not denounce her as “not trans” even though she is showing sociopathic tendencies in her diatribes. Transpeople have been convicted of actual crimes in the past just like anyone else. We are amiss to simply declare them as never have been trans in the first place. If we commit to a people, we must take the bad as well as the good.
It pains me to see this latest meltdown. I had looked up to Parker before she started posting some crazy rants like the town bully. After that I stopped following her on Twitter.
I hope the Advocate will take greater care in the future on whom they welcome back. This latest set of tirades will no doubt preclude that. She has probably permanently discredited herself in the public mind. I don’t expect a full recovery in social media now even if she changes her name.
I fear the tragedy of Parker Malloy is only just beginning.
The point is that too many providers play fast and loose with the Standards of Care for Trans Health. If Parker had the appropriate mental health care that is strongly recommended in the standards of care, I doubt any competent provider would have approved her transition until she resolved her obvious mental health issues.
Too often providers (often those that serve the LGBT community) assume that other mental health issues with resolves themselves during transition.
@Jacob23: This is what straight cisgender people used to say about the LGB community 20 years ago. The ‘T’ community was there for you when you were fighting for your rights, it’s only my hope that you can stand behind us while we get recognized for who we are. We are not the “loony bin” of the LGBT spectrum, nor is the L, The G, or the B.
My favorite part: “what can you do to ensure that I’m never EVER called “Mr. Molloy” again? I’m a wkman!”
She’s a wkman, dammit! She’s a wkman!
Anyway I hope she applies for a job at Verizon. Just for the fun and the inevitable lawsuit.
Correction: Breitbart is not a “right-wing” website, it is and always has been hardcore Libertarian. Big Difference.
I feel sorry for Molloy. In recent years she’s been overshadowed by better-spoken and better looking trans women. So she’s gone all Howard Beale on us, but even that’s gotten old.
Jay, you’re full of shit. Your own bigotry is stapled to your face. Sit down and shut up.
And Claire…actually, while the LGBs were fighting for their rights, the “T” was living stealth and avoiding “the movement” like the plague, because it had nothing to do with their lives.
@jayj150: Do you have one thought you can call your own?
Jay is obviously a TERF hoping to be mistaken as a gay man.
Regarding my comment above to Claire: I misread her comment, and replied in error, and I apologize to her. The entire LGBT acronym belongs together. The same forces driving homophobia are the ones driving transphobia, and we’re all only as strong as our weakest link. As Priscilla said above, the TERFs are as bad as the worst non-TERF transphobes and homophobes. Whatever anyone’s views on any one individual, those views should not be co-opted or exploited by people who wish the entire LGBT spectrum would just disappear.
@Saint Law: LOL, I can see that happening. 😀
@Cam: I agree completely. The ordinary and unobtrusive don’t ever get seen, because the media (and to be fair, the public) love salacious stuff. That includes massive misbehavior.
@jayj150: That is horrifyingly bigoted.
@Cam: Thank you. Seeing outrageous drama like this really makes me worry that this is the primary example that cis people will think of when it comes to trans people. I remember when the story came out about Donna Perry killing three sex workers and then blaming it on her old self and I just thought to myself “dear God please let those three sex workers be trans so everyone will stop paying attention”. :/
@ClaireKohner: I have nothing against trans people and I think LGBs and Ts could have been decent allies. But unfortunately, T people have consented to be led by trans activist nutters. These activists did not seek out LGBs as friends and allies, but instead schemed to co-opt our identity and our movement via the phony concept of LGBT. Once LGBT was jammed down our throats without debate or discussion, these activists demanded part ownership of LGB organizations which they had no role in creating, funding or maintaining. Eventually they demanded that LGBs not only support T rights, but that we actively and vocally oppose LGB rights bills if those specific bills don’t include T provisions. This isn’t an alliance, it is a hijacking. So don’t be surprised when the passengers you have taken hostage are less than friendly towards you.
@BJ McFrisky: said…..”Correction: Breitbart is not a “right-wing” website, it is and always has been hardcore Libertarian. Big Difference.”
And what a shock, BJ comes in and desperately tries to deflect from the actual topic of the posting. Interesting that your problem is with Breitbart being classified as a hard-core right wing site, when it’s author in his book “Righteous Indignation” not only uses a play on the word “Right” in the title but has throughout attacks on the “Left” and support for the right.
But please, continue to make-up any fact that will somehow not have anything to do with the subject at hand if it pleases you.
Hi Jay, I think my issue with your post is, I’m not sure why you care all that much. IF somebody wants to do something that I have no inclination to do, why would I get upset? your post reminds me of those Mormon leaders or the group NOM who are constantly screaming that gay marriage is somehow going to affect THEIR lives. IF somebody wants to transition to another Gender I’m not sure why you think anybody should be bothered by it. At a certain point it’s all just people trying to live their lives. If you want to really go after people for making gender roles exaggerated and forcing people to abide by them, then go after the people that keep putting photos of Pamela Anderson’s tits in pictures. When you have that image as the image of the female gender, it isn’t transpeople who are messing things up. And I think we have Tori Spelling’s breast implants as proof that trying to match that image can be disastrous.
Interesting how you consider it a “Hit Piece” when the article reprints Molloy’s exact comments and actions.
If you consider simply posting Molloy’s actual words as being a “Hit Piece” against Molloy, then that says a lot right there. If her worst enemy is her own words then that is a MAJOR problem wouldn’t you say?
It seems that in YOUR world, Molloy should be able to say every single ugly, attacking thing she wants, but anybody who mentions it is somehow attacking her. How convenient for you to create your own version of reality.
@Cam: Who’s Gina?
@ClaireKohner: I am with you there, Claire.
@DuchessOfMilton: Jesus Christ the bigoted stupidity that bubbles up now and again. There have always been LGBT people living stealth lives and NOT just Trans people. There are gay men to this DAY who play it off like they are heterosexual. Politicians, actors, singers, etc. This fact does NOT in any way negate those LGBT people INCLUDING Trans people who HAVE been fighting for rights for ALL LGBT people. Trans women have been with us since Stonewall.
@Gina: You are clearly a minion of Molloy. Snore.
Yes, DZ, as you might have read (had you read all the way down) I misread the original comment and qualified my response to it with an apology to Claire and a clarification. Don’t blow a valve. 🙂
@Cam—brilliant. Thank you. I wish there was a “Like” button.
“(instead, choosing some personal tact)”
The word you’re searching for is “tack,” not “tact,” you dizzy psychopath:
tack…noun…a course or method of action; especially : one sharply divergent from that previously followed
“Tact,” on the other hand, basically means “good judgment,” of which you obviously have none.
The worst part of this is how it brings out the TERF scum in swarms.
@Merv: said… “@Cam: Who’s Gina?”
Hi Merv, she wrote a bizzaro comment saying this was a hit piece. (So repeating somebody’s own words is a hit piece??)
She was probably Molloy under another name or some friend. It was a weird post and kept naming the name of some person that apparently she hated. It was most likely pulled for sheer weirdness.
Where’s the ignore button? Her 15 minutes were used up long ago.
Hope Pukester Malloy enjoys unemployment. At least now the rest of us won’t have to listen to her rants about how “unfair” she sees the world.
@DarkZephyr: Have any of the drag queens that were at Stonewall since come forth as transgender? Or is this revisionist history?
@DuchessOfMilton: How terrible that some women are critical of their sex being reduced to a costume and a sexist gender role.
This person started out as a straight male and even though this person wears women’s clothes, they still have a straight guy bullying attitude. If they weren’t trans they’d be considered just another boorish straight dude that likes to gaybash.
@Cam: Um, no Cam, believe what you like, it was pulled because Queerty doesn’t want you to know who actually wrote this sleazy piece for them. And my comment was pulled because Queerty (despite what they’ve claimed in the RuPaul situation) really doesn’t respect freedom of speech all that much. And no, I am absolutely not Parker Molloy… heh, I’m at least 30 years older than her for one thing. Btw, the person who has all the markings of having actually written this anonymously posted piece goes under the Twitter name of “Jokestress” and has written similar negative pieces about Molloy on this site and that very insecure person is posting them here because no other LGBTQ sites want to deal with this imposed drama. Btw, I’m no big fan of Molloy’s (and yes, I think she has very real impulse control issues), nor do I think she’s any kind of leader or spokesperson for the trans community. She’s just some freelancer The Advocate hired for half a year over whom everyone is having a huge hissy fit and making a way bigger deal than she is.
The reason I had the impression I did of your previous post was because you only stated that it was a “Hit Piece” and then named off the name of somebody you said most likely wrote it.
The topic is Molloy, if it is a hit piece then point out where you thought it was unfair. i.e. in the post on openly gay David Catania running in DC, I said I thought it was a bit of a hit piece, but I pointed out why and posted some stuff about his opponent. Just saying something is a hit piece, but not negating any of the statements or pointing out any falsehoods would seem to indicate that you are supportive or and/or agree with the person the piece is about.
Hence my reply to you.
@Gina, your comment was pulled because a number of people reported it as a violation of the stated Terms of Service, to which you are signatory. The same with the comments from the TERFs. You people need to try to get it together.
With regard to your comments, Cam is 100% correct. Posting someone’s remarks verbatim, and letting them hang by their own petard with their own words, cannot, by definition, be a hit piece, unless the person who made the comments generated the “hit” on themselves.
Any attack on someone (no, I’m not talking about Hitler or Stalin) which is posted anonymously is, IMO, a hit piece. If it’s fair you can put your name on it.
But to be specific…The article says Molloy has a long history of lashing out at her former employers. First of all, HuffPost Gay Voices doesn’t pay most of its contributors at all. It’s a corporation… not a non-profit yet they fill Gay Voices with people who don’t get a cent. A lot of their contributors have left it with complaints and also how the editor of that page treated them, Molloy isn’t alone in that at all. Diane Anderson-Minshall (who has a trans man partner) has a horrible rep writing about trans issues. Several of the ones she wrote for The Advocate were disasters which were roundly thrashed in the trans community and anger over them led to two trans freelancers (one of them Molloy) being used by The Advocate online (they had zero trans freelancers or staff before that). It’s my understanding she’s never been an actual employee of The Advocate’s online site. As to her opinions about the treatment of Tim Cook… I agree with her and many people in the gay community do too. Cook is not a homophobic politician or someone on the right and has a perfect right to not be outed unless he’s creating negatives for the gay community. I personally dislike Out Magazine and it’s snooty upper class white pretensions… why should anyone respect it? It ignores large sections of the gay men’s community and focuses on the WestHo, Palm Beach, & Chelsea crowd. The Advocate likes to play down their ownership of that rag… and they should, it’s a joke.
Nor is this post’s mention about the “Trans Violence Tracking Portal” terribly honest. That is a Facebook Page and a web site run by one person which haven’t been around for even a year. It has little to no standing in the trans community, are never quoted (except in this situation), aren’t in any way connected to the Trans Day of Remembrance and the Molloy situation was used by its creator as a way of drumming up PR for her little site. This post tried to make it sound as if they’re some major organization and they aren’t. As to the Michael Che situation, it’s not as if Molloy was the only person “trolling” him. Many feminists were angry about his comments and there were a lot of negative articles about him on feminist sites (and Twitter feeds condemning him)… but this article tries to make it sound as if it was only Molloy. Her argument about SRS was with someone who’s a total troll from the trans community… one of the “have SRS or you aren’t a women crowd.” Yes, clearly Molloy has both boundary and anger issues, that’s pretty obvious, but knowing persons like that in the trans community, I don’t think “I had SRS and am now a real woman” trolls deserve respect. They DO however, deserve to be ignored.
To go back a month or two, her ugly exchange with another trans woman where she told her to “drink bleach” is clearly unacceptable and shows a need for therapy/meds/anger management… whatever. But, that other person involved has as many issues as Molloy and having read all of their exchanges, is equally at fault with what happened. She could have just left Molloy alone… but she tried to cling onto her and obsess over what Molloy said. If either had any maturity or sense they would have disengaged and “unfriended” one another. To make it sound as if Molloy verbally attacked her out of the blue is totally disingenuous. Look, I could go on. Then there’s the entire issue of saying “she hates RuPaul.” Well, a lot of people in the trans community dislike things he’s done. For that matter, I’ve seen what I assume were gay men here on Queerty repeatedly ripping both him and drag queens. No one is excusing Molloy’s rude behavior. But let’s not pretend she’s a bigger deal than she is. Also, let’s not assume the person who wrote this post is any more mentally stable than Molloy because she has a history of bizarre vendettas, and attacking people with cheap shots whenever they disagree with her. Just because she’s tighter with the gay men’s community doesn’t make her any more stable or right.
@DuchessOfMilton: Just because she said those remarks doesn’t mean that how they were framed or put into context wasn’t with malicious intent. Last time I looked they have video on all sorts of topics on broadcast and cable news all the time, but how it’s edited, introduced and commented on, not to mention what was left out or not even dealt with, has EVERYTHING to do with how content appears. I hope you’re not so naive as to believe this post (and several previous ones about her) where attempting to be objective?
I don’t excuse Molloy and some of her behavior. But it’s the gay community which made a too big stink about her and blew her import waay out of proportion… so is the problem with her or with that aspect of gay media?
Gina, with reference two your two comments above: first off, while you could “go on,” please don’t. Thank you. With regard to your second comments, it’s not your place to decide, or tell “the gay community” how much of a “stink” they’re entitled to make about a straight male privilege-larded homophobe writing in their own media, especially one with a history of rage issues, hypocrisy, and a spot on an anti-transgender violence list.
@Gina: said… “Any attack on someone (no, I’m not talking about Hitler or Stalin) which is posted anonymously is, IMO, a hit piece. If it’s fair you can put your name on it.”
So let’s see, anything that is apparently unflattering is a hit piece, unless it is about Hitler or Stalin.
Once again, most of the piece used her own language. And the piece and your posting actually left out the things Molloy said about RuPAul, and even after Logo changed policies, did Molloy stop? Now she continued attacking even though she got what she claimed she wanted. (You probably left out that part because it would start to look bad for Molloy if it was pointed out just how MANY “Incidents” she has been involved in over just this past year.)
Oooops, I just posted something Molloy actually did, is that a hit piece? I would HATE to be accused of posting a hit piece by actually talking about something that somebody actually did.
So your main issue is that Molloy was ok to attack her former employer because you and others don’t like him because he works for a company that only focuses on white gays in places like WeHo….hmmm, funny then that they HIRED Molloy. Is she a gay man from We Ho? She isn’t? Well isn’t it odd that a publication you say only cares about that would hire somebody completely outside the parameters you claim they set.
As for the person who wrote this article, if he or she DOES have some odd history or something bizarre about them, that is completely irrelevant to the subject at hand because no matter what THEIR personal life is like, it doesn’t change the fact that the quotes from Molloy are real as is the timeline of her behavior.
Again, all of your posts seem completely designed to pull attention away from the simple fact of the article, and that is Molloy’s words and behavior. If there are lies about what Molloy said, fine point them out. If there aren’t, then trying to attack the author for writing something that actually happened just looks like an attempt to bury the actual topic.
@lesbionic3000: Marsha P. Johnson was a Transgender woman (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marsha_P._Johnson) as is Jayne County (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jayne_County).
“How terrible that some women are critical of their sex being reduced to a costume and a sexist gender role.”
Could you explain yourself here a bit more clearly? I don’t want to misunderstand your intent or jump to conclusions about your words.
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