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OK fine another hate crime Hoax. This time by dipshit Nikky Joly (on the left there). They are a “MAN” uh, er.. WHAAAAAA

Why do they have BOOBS if they are a man?

Do they have a penis? No penis = not a man. Boobs  = DEF NOT A MAN

Apparently when women get old and ugly, they just cut their hair short, put on a tie, and declare themselves a “gay man”

Wha wha WHAAAAAAAAAAAAA!

AFLAC!!!!!

This is so nutty and ridiculous I can;’t even believe it’s happening. NO MISS giant balls of flesh hanging down on my chest cause I don’t wear a bra, that does NOT MAKE YOU A MAN.

I do not enjoy gender freaks. That’s my opinon but I find them disconcerting.  If they want to be a man, get their boobs chopped off, go on testosterone, get their ovaries and uterus yanked out, their vagina sewn closed and a numb (YES NUMB!) phallus attached. Why you would want a numb dick I have no idea. But apparently going through the motions during sex is quite important. No nerves CANNOT BE MOVED A FULL FOOT and still function.

Well if he/she wants to run around looking like a genderfreak OK fine so be it, but don’t burn your goddamn five cats to death.

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Jackson — When the home of Nikki Joly burned down in 2017, killing five pets, the FBI investigated it as a hate crime.

After all, the transgender man [i.e., ex-woman] and gay rights activist had received threats after having a banner year in this conservative town.

In the prior six months, he helped open the city’s first gay community center, organized the first gay festival and, after 18 years of failed attempts, helped lead a bruising battle for an ordinance that prohibits discrimination against gays.

For his efforts, a local paper named him the Citizen of the Year.

Authorities later determined the fire was intentionally set, but the person they arrested came as a shock to both supporters and opponents of the gay rights movement. It was the citizen of the year — Nikki Joly.

“It’s embarrassing,” said Travis Trombley, a gay resident who fought for the ordinance. “How do you do it to the community you have put so much effort into helping?”

Why Joly, 54, would allegedly burn down his home remains a mystery. He didn’t own the house, which was insured by its owner, police said.

His attorney said the lack of a motive cast doubt on the case.

Meanwhile, a police investigative report suggests a possible reason for the fire.

Two people who worked with Joly at St. Johns United Church of Christ, where the Jackson Pride Center was located, said he had been frustrated the controversy over gay rights had died down with the passage of the nondiscrimination law, according to the report.