Just chopped off 8 inches of hair.
And feelin’ snazzy and sassy.
(Literally me, with my hair now above the shoulder and you know, not at my breasts anymore).
Also feel really liberated without all that extra weight. 8D
The Maryland House of Delegates today passed a bill that would ban anti-transgender discrimination in employment, housing, credit and public accommodations. The Senate passed the bill earlier this month, and Gov. Martin O’Malley has said he plans to sign it into law.
“I’d like to congratulate and thank Senator Rich Madaleno, Delegate Luke Clippinger, Equality Maryland and the Human Rights Campaign on yet another victory for inclusion and openness in our State,” O’Malley said. “We’re proud to stand with these leaders, the LGBT community, and other allies to complete this major piece of unfinished business — ensuring that everyone is protected from discrimination under the law. I look forward to signing this bill.”
With his signature, O’Malley will make his state the 18th plus the District of Columbia to enact such protections.
WOOHOO! Thank you, Marylanders, for doing the right thing to protect your citizens. It’s a great day.
First final down.
Two and a half more to go.
Then summer vacation baby.