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Naval Sea Systems Command Tells Americans to Advance Transgenderism on Old Day of Vengeance

"The US Navy command now seems to celebrate a DAY OF VENGEANCE ( VIOLENCE )in which transgender serial killers are coincidently commemorated for wrecking havoc on America. The current term "Day of Visibility was sidelined after the other title for the same day got bad publicity. But they want us to forget about all the violence." says Eugene Delgaudio, President of Public Advocate.
In 2023, "allyship" is all the rage. And the largest of the U.S. Navy's five system commands hopes you'll get with the times.

Transgenderism is presently seen in sundry sectors - government, media, entertainment, sports, education, and even religion. Still, it's been decided there's a need for advanced "visibility." And on March 31st, America's seafaring branch celebrated supplemental sight.

From the Naval Sea Systems Command, also known as NAVSEA:

[The International Transgender Day of Visibility] provides an opportunity to raise awareness about transgender individuals and their contributions to society, while also drawing attention to the discrimination and violence many trans individuals face.

International Transgender Day of Visibility was founded by trans advocate and licensed psychotherapist specializing in transgender issues, Rachel Crandall. She was motivated to found the day of visibility in response to the numerous news and personal stories about transgender individuals being victims of targeted attacks.