Statement on Pulse Massacre 1

Today our community has fallen victim to the biggest mass shooting in the history of the US. At least 50 people are dead and more injured after a gunman open fired at Pulse, a Latinx-owned LGBTQ club in Orlando, FL. Trans March stands in solidarity and sends our deepest condolences to the victims, friends and families of all affected by this atrocity. In the aftermath of this event we call on our diverse communities to unite in fighting for our right to live safely and openly as our authentic selves. As we continue the struggle to liberate the LGBTQ community from the fear of violence, we call on our communities to refuse to be divided by hatred as more details of this massacre emerge.

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  • John Sheakley

    Invitation for Moral Support and Living Space

    I am sort of asexual and sort of selfsexual, but I am focused on others. I haven’t found a label for my sexuality. I’m open-minded and I want to support non-op men, shemales, and ladyboys that like to cross-dress and feel like a woman. I’m not a pervert; I want to be accepted for who I am.

    If you need a temporary place to stay and moral support until I finish the repair of my lagoon-side wall. you can stay at my place on Mariner’s Lagoon in San Mateo. I estimate that I will finish the wall by January 1, 2018.

    John Sheakley
    1089 Shoal Drive
    San Mateo, CA 94404-1512
    650-315-5301 (PCS mobile)