By Sharon Alger
Last night, a new hashtag sullied my Twitter feed: #SuperStraight. I was trying to find the best way to watch the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras at the time. It was obvious to me this wasn’t going to be about something positive. I discovered it was a new way to attack the transgender community. Again. ‘Super straights’ claim their identity centers on attraction to opposite sexed, cisgender people. They want to make sure transgender people know they won’t date them.
They are demanding ‘safe spaces’. Isn’t that everywhere, for a straight person? They’re demanding to