Thursday, April 26, 2012

Ontario "Human Rights" Tribunal Rules Gender Is a Matter of Choice, Not Anatomy

Here in Ontario, an important "human rights" ruling has liberated people from being narrowly defined by their genitals. So to speak. In honour of the occasion, I re-wrote a song:

I am woman,
Though look below and you will find
From the waist down
I am every bit a guy.
But Barbara Hall is my defender
So I get to pick my gender
And a chick I'll be
Until the day I die.
Yes, I'm a gal,
Even if I stay this way.
I was born as "Hal";
I'm Helena today.
I'll use chicks' change rooms.
They can't do anything.
I've a schlong.
I am invincible.
I am woman...

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