Worried about what is in someone’s underpants?

While not all Republicans are concerned with other peoples genitalia and what they are doing with their genitals, Republicanazis and Trump supporters are taking a stand against LGBTQ people in all backward low-educated states like Arkansas, Iowa, Mississippi, and others–having nothing better to do to advance the welfare of their citizens and keep everyone safe. Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota and West Virginia can no longer be considered safe for transgenders or LGBTQ: these states have consigned themselves in the gutter with racists, murderers, and rapists.

Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge

Arkansas, which has won the title of being one of the most arrogant, undereducated, and backwater states has the crowning achievement of electing as its Attorney General Leslie Rutledge, a racist1 and homophobe, 45-years-old, who is so unsure of her own sexuality, and was sued for misusing her office to promote her political aspirations and illegally used taxpayer money. The lawsuit asks that Rutledge be ordered to stop exceeding her authority and repay $1.7 million paid for the media campaign.2 To many, Leslie Rutledge seemed similar to Florida’s Pam Bondi who was the 37th attorney general and steeped in plots to propel Donald J. Trump to a life-time position as president of the United States. In 2020, Bondi was one of President Donald Trump’s defense lawyers during his first impeachment trial. Beginning in 2010, Bondi’s association with Scientology and the multiple fundraisers that wealthy Scientologists have organized for Bondi’s political campaigns have provoked controversy. Bondi has justified those contacts and her speeches before leading Scientologists by arguing that the group wishes to help her crack down on human trafficking.3

Matt Campbell of Arkansas

Matt Campbell, a Little Rock attorney and Blue Hog Report blogger, filed the complaint, claiming Rutledge received a $2,700 contribution on May 21 from the “Republican Attorneys General Association Arkansas PAC,” before the political action committee was registered as approved.4 joined with 19 other Republicanazi states to sue the Biden administration for a rule extending federal sex discrimination to protects to LGBTQ people living in her “Deliverance” backwater state. Joining Tennessee in the lawsuit are Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota and West Virginia.5 Iowa is not, yet, in this motley crew of civil rights violators as Iowa’s brain dead governor got such discrimination based on a party-line vote by the enfeebled Republicanazi legislators who see an LGBTQ person in every bathroom, classroom, and threatening to vote them out of office because of their homophobia. The lawsuit asks a judge for a number of declarations about Title IX in schools and Title VII in the workplace: that they don’t prohibit schools and employers from having showers, locker rooms, bathrooms and other living facilities separated by “biological sex”; that they do not require employers, school employees or students to use a transgender person’s preferred pronouns; that they do not prohibit having school sports teams separated by “biological sex”; and that they do not prohibit workplace dress codes based on “biological sex.” The education directive reversed President Donald Trump-era policies that removed civil rights protections for transgender students.

In June, the Department of Justice filed statements of interest in lawsuits that seek to overturn new laws in two states. In West Virginia, a law prohibits transgender athletes from competing in female sports. Arkansas became the first state to ban gender confirming treatments or surgery for transgender youth.6 The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), its West Virginia chapter and LGBTQ interest group Lambda Legal challenged the athlete ban on behalf of an 11-year-old transgender girl who had hoped to compete in cross-country in middle school.7 In Arkansas, the ACLU filed a lawsuit last month challenging the transgender youth prohibition,8 which is set to take effect on July 28. It prohibits doctors from providing gender confirming hormone treatment, puberty blockers or surgery to anyone under 18 years old, or from referring them to other providers for the treatment.9

Gov. Asa Hutchinson (R-AR)

Gov. Asa Hutchinson vetoed the proposed law,10 with some arguing LGBTQ people posed a threat to the “christian family” similar to Paragraph 175 of the German Empire’s criminal code of 1871.] Paragraph 175 before the Nazi Regime that was part of Section Thirteen of the German criminal code regulated “Crimes and Offenses against Morality” (Verbrechen und Vergehen wider die Sittlichkeit). The 1871 version of Paragraph 175 read: Unnatural sexual acts (widernäturliche Unzucht) committed between persons of the male sex, or by humans with animals, is punishable with imprisonment; a loss of civil rights may also be sentenced.” Other crimes in this section included bestiality, bigamy, incest, and sexual assault.11 After vetoing the discriminatory law, Governor Hutchinson was drenched with hate  male from Arkansas’ white christian evangelicals that saw him as a traitor to the “white” race and not sufficiently behind their god’s Chosen One: Donald J. Trump who has been more like the Fuehrer Hitler than any other American politician.

Chart of prison markings used by Nazis.

Adolf Hitler was appointed chancellor of Germany in January 1933. It was expanded by the Nazis in 1935.12 but some of the men  were sent to concentration camps wearing a pink star, and were given indefinite sentence and many were starved to death or killed by guards.13 Scholars estimate that this group numbered between 5,000 and 15,000 men. Not everyone arrested under Paragraph 175 identified as a man. During the German Empire and the Weimar Republic, Germany was home to a developing community of people who identified as “transvestites.” Magnus Hirschfeld coined the term “transvestite” (“Transvestit”) in 1910.

Trevone Miller(R) convicted in the killing of Brayla Stone (L)

Arkansas does next to nothing to protect Transgender people, The murder by 20-year-old Trevone Miller, brutally executed 17-year-old Brayla Stone in a van in Sherwood, Arkansas.14 The media blamed the young girl for her own murder and deadnamed her. According to the Arkansas Times, Miller killed Ms. Stone to “keep Ms. Stone from revealing that they were  having a sexual relationship.” She was a minor but authorities publicly claimed that they believed her death was not biased in any way–even though Arkansas does not recognize hate crimes on the basis of gender identity even if they acknowledge it.15 Miller was previously charged with participating in the murder of 17 year-old Bryan Thompson in 2016.16 That victim was also shot and left for dead in the passenger’s seat of a van.

Arkansas’ LGBTQ prohibition has already caused pain and confusion for families in the state whose children are receiving treatments. At least six transgender adolescents in the state attempted suicide in the weeks after the ban was approved, according to the lawsuit.17 Many transgender youths are threatening suicide, believing it is better to be dead than living in Arkansas.18 Scientific studies and psychological reports state that the Arkansas law, and similar laws, endanger youth.19 The Republicanazis in the Arkansas legislature do not represent their constituents. Ideally, people will boycott all entertainment and vacations in Arkansas, boycott all food and food products (especially, Tyson) and purveyors (including Walmart and Sam’s) and all industrial goods made in Arkansas to register their strong objection to the Republicanazis inhuman and outdated laws.

Arkansas lawmakers override governor and rifle in on transgender Arkansans.



  1. https://twitter.com/AGRutledge.
  2. https://www.4029tv.com/article/arkansas-attorney-general-sued-allegedly-misused-office/35243725#.
  3. Childs, Joe (June 30, 2014. Pam Bondi’s Clearwater fundraiser organized by Scientologists.” Tampa Bay Times. Bleyer, Jim. (October 6, 2015). “Donald Trump, Pam Bondi, and the Church of Scientology”, Tampa Bay Beat. “Trump contribution to Pam Bondi’s re-election draw more scrutiny to her fundraising. Tampa Bay Times (October 17, 2013. “Trump’s $25K to A.G. Bondi merits probe.” Orlando Sentinel. April 2, 2018.
  4. https://www.facebook.com/PinnacleLawFirm/, and https://katv.com/news/local/ethics-complaint-filed-against-arkansas-attorney-general
  5. https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/20-states-sue-over-biden-admin-school-work-lgbt-protections/2021/08/30/b2fe2b98-09e3-11ec-a7c8-61bb7b3bf628_story.html.
  6. https://apnews.com/article/college-sports-west-virginia-laws-sports-education-a3e8852ced2bf0c3bd8ce546bfe70d2b.
  7. https://apnews.com/article/college-sports-west-virginia-sports-education-11624df85a6ffb62768fe87073b7fa93.
  8. https://apnews.com/article/arkansas-lawmakers-enact-transgender-youth-treatment-ban-dce1d5ca9450b255caabc18f547f7b9b.
  9. https://apnews.com/article/arkansas-business-lawsuits-health-government-and-politics-296daadb3b59a04da2222a45f9ef8991.
  10.   but the Republicanazis in the legislature, over-rode the veto, [1. https://www.nbcnews.com/feature/nbc-out/arkansas-passes-bill-ban-gender-affirming-care-trans-youth-n1262412. Cp.  https://apnews.com/article/arkansas-legislature-us-news-legislation-asa-hutchinson-83d07a502678f9745bb00f91aa4865f6. Cf. https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-56657625. Sv. https://www.npr.org/2021/04/06/984884294/arkansas-gov-asa-hutchinson-on-transgender-health-care-bill-step-way-too-far; and, https://www.nytimes.com/2021/07/21/us/politics/arkansas-transgender-law-block-bill.html.
  11. https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/en/article/documenting-numbers-of-victims-of-the-holocaust-and-nazi-persecution?parent=en%2F45421.
  12. The 1871 code criminalized sexual relations between adult males. The 1935 revision targeted women as well as men, and increased the number of sexual acts that would be considered criminal. The Nazi version of Paragraph 175 read: A man who commits sexual acts (Unzucht) with another man, or allows himself to be misused for sexual acts by a man, will be punished with prison.” Most men under Paragraph 175 were given prison sentences,[1. https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/en/gallery/gay-men-under-the-nazi-regime-stories?parent=en%2F45421. Cf. https://encyclopedia.ushmm.org/content/en/gallery/gay-men-under-the-nazi-regime-photographs?parent=en%2F45421/
  13. Scholars estimate that there were approximately 100,000 arrests for violations of Paragraph 175 during the Nazi regime. Over half of these arrests (approximately 53,400) resulted in convictions. However, it is important to note that these numbers do not tell us the total number of individual men arrested and convicted for violating Paragraph 175.
  14. https://www.metroweekly.com/2020/09/suspect-charged-in-murder-of-arkansas-transgender-teen-brayla-stone/.
  15. https://www.lgbtqnation.com/2021/08/man-admitting-murdering-trans-girl-gets-sympathy-50-year-sentence/.
  16. https://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2017/may/24/teen-gets-20-years-for-sherwood-rec-cen/.
  17. https://apnews.com/article/us-news-arkansas-0a59b635628c91419b537f393bc51077.
  18. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2021/04/12/arkansas-trans-minors-law-endangers-lives-snubs-doctors-experts-say/7144794002/.
  19. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/new-arkansas-law-and-similar-bills-endanger-transgender-youth-research-shows/.

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