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The EEOC has decided that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 now applies to trannies. If you discriminate against them, or refuse to hire them, you will be in violation of federal law and the government will surgically remove your penis punish you.

I have a lot of questions here, and seeing as the EEOC no longer accepts my calls, I’m not sure how to get answers. Does this apply to both post-op and pre-op trannies because there’s a huge difference? A pre-op tranny is just a cross-dresser, and if you make out with him you’re gay. A post-op tranny is a whole different animal, and if she’s at least a c-cup, and possibly even a big b, you’re definitely not gay.

Even before the addition of trannies, I felt the EEOC’s interpretation of Title VII was far too strict, and there should be room for at least some discrimination. For example, fat women should not be covered by Title VII because unless they’re mocked and ridiculed, they’ll never develop the eating disorders that will allow them to become hot.

The same goes for those women who are flat chested. Since our corrupt insurance companies won’t cover breast augmentation, we need to be allowed to wage a campaign of encouragement to let those poor women know how much better off they’ll be when they no longer have the bodies of pre-pubescent boys.

I think taking pictures of them at work and using a Sharpie to draw big round boobs on them is perfectly acceptable, and I should never have been fined for leaving these pictures taped to their work-stations.

This same line of thought applies to trannies. If all of them looked like Canadian Miss Universe contestant, Jenna Talackova, we wouldn’t have any problems. But if a dude wants to become a chick, he needs to accept that the formerly acceptable male traits of being fat and hairy are now strictly forbidden, and if I see even the hint of a back pelt, I will publicly shear you like a sheep.