tranny


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tranny

(ˈtræni)
1. n. an automobile transmission. It looks like you get a new tranny, and I get 900 bucks.
2. n. a transgendered person. She said she was a tranny, but nobody could tell.
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I would never impose the labels tranny or shemale onto another person.
However, I've all but stopped using the word tranny myself, not because of the political arguments, but because I see that it hurts people.
It can be argued that the case of the Tranny Cops, and of Annie Britton more than a century ago, reflects an age-old conflict within liberal politics: between political freedoms--particularly the freedom of self-expression--and the demands of State security, or public order.
The reason why I got upset about the tranny chaser question is this: The term tranny chaser usually refers to someone who likes preop (i.
As these details were imparted to us through the tranny everyone listening went wild.
That was a surprise - in full tranny clobber a quick slash ain't easy.
ONE of the big events of this year's Homotopia has to be Tranny Hotel from November 11-12.
Billed as a premium sport utility, it will be powered by a Jaguar-sourced 300 horsepower V8 and sport a six-speed automatic tranny, permanent four-wheel drive and a fully independent electronic air suspension.
But I didn't want to be didactic, so I didn't make Max, the tranny character, a run-of-the-mill tranny.
None of my mates had a tranny - courtesy of an over-zealous cricket hating chemistry master.
I looked at Matt Mullin (the Enjoi filmer) and told him, "There's a reason I'll never film a tranny trick.
This month she steps into the spotlight of Liverpool's Homotopia, as creator and organiser of the Tranny Hotel, a transgender event which will see the iconic Adelphi transformed by artists taking over bedrooms and suites, staircases and function rooms.