There was a time when tranny trouble meant the gearshift was slipping from "drive" into "neutral," but in this age of 169 genders and counting, tranny trouble can pop up any place and continue to confound and confuse us.
This time it happened when the University of Guelph student association was selling bus passes to students and inadvertently caused a “hurtful” incident.
You see, there was music playing in the background and one of the songs was Lou Reed’s Walk on the Wild Side, a song which is apparently now considered “transphobic.”
An obligatory apology was issued on Facebook and while the actions of the student association are unintentionally hilarious as you’ll see, there is an aspect of this that’s not so funny.
These politically-correct peons will one day graduate and perhaps get positions in law, academia, government and human rights commissions.
And that’s when they can formally change the rules, making it illegal to be insensitive, further clamping down on freedom of speech and expression.
It’s all about using the apparatus of the state to force us to take a walk on the PC-approved mild side.