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Stop The Madness Please


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I spent a lot of time having to put out fires, explaining things to people and trying to express my core beliefs and views. First of all I want to say, I don’t want any harm to come to anyone in the trans community, nor do I want any rights taken away, and especially not have their medical access removed. What I do want is people to wake up and realize the truth. Yes the truth, not my truth but the universal truth that says we are not a mistake, our bodies are not wrong, our brains are not gendered, in fact here is the latest study that proves that we all have bits and pieces of male and female components in our brains, not one gendered glob of delusion.


People are born with all sorts of different corks and differences, some men love to wear dresses, some more than others. Some men were de-masculinized while growing up and are dealing with all sorts of skeletons in their closet. It’s hard I know, it sucks, but the reality is everyone has issues and problems they are dealing with and the world is not making concessions for them, they just live. I truly believe that the real issues here are childhood traumas that are showing their ugly heads as gender dysphoria, it feel nice to run away and be another person, or should I say gender. Yeah its great to start life over and leave everything and everyone behind, kind of like a witness protection program when they change your identity and move you away to a new place never to be found, but unfortunately we can’t run from our true sex, no way, uh uh..

Whether you were told to man up, or act like a lady when growing up because you didn’t fit into the gender box you were born in, doesn’t give you the free range to switch your gender, even the doc who operated you knows he only performed a cosmetic procedure that really doesn’t function as the sex organ you wished to have.

People need to start facing their challenges, be truthful and stop living a lie, this community has gotten so bizarre that they are actually believing their BS.

The time to come to grips with this disorder is now before we literally turn the earth upside down. There are no objective findings to believe the trans plight of being born in the wrong body is true only subjective feelings from a person. Harry Benjamin created this night mare by allowing a few to have SRS, because he felt sorry for them, and could not change the way they thought, these individuals where actually intersex who rightfully had a plight, but trans folks are just confused individuals who need help yes, but not the kind they are getting.

I know I am harsh in what I say, but I know that happiness does to come by changing gender, it gives you a bit of relief, because what is actually happening is, for the first time in your life you are being allowed to express your other side, to play, wear dresses, see your creation in the mirror, but once the fun ends, reality kicks in and you have to clean up one hell of a mess. Till next time…


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About Mark Angelo Cummings

Maritza/Mark is walking the path of healing, she/he is a broadcaster, musician, writer, and educator. As a Certified Nutritional Consultant, Master Personal Trainer and Occupational Therapist, she/he has taken wellness one step further. Check out our website http://www.gypsybluenomads.com/ Follow our journey: The Travels of 2 Truth Seeker and Their Car. Check out our live Programing Tues & Thurs @ 6 PM MT on RealTalk With The Cummings https://www.youtube.com/c/GypsyBlueNomads


8 thoughts on “Stop The Madness Please

  1. As a male of trans experience, I do not agree with what you are saying. You are entitled to your opinion but do your research before writing things that are indeed not facts…I come from a pretty “normal” upbringing with 2 heterosexual parents and no exposure to the lgbt community until my teenage years. I do however know how I felt inside. I have always been a male and it’s such a relief to my psyche to have my body fit the mind inside. It may be hard to fathom from someone on the outside of the community but this is the truth. Do your own research and don’t just follow what is publicized on television.

    Liked by 1 person

    Posted by Suites | December 8, 2015, 9:23 pm
    • As a trans man you mean? A woman born with XX Chromosome and female DNA, a woman who took on male hormones and had a doctor remove her female breast to live a lie, that is you and all transmen, including me in the past. I want say that I have done the research, years of it, have interviewed hundreds of trans people, worked with doctors, led seminars, and so on. You may have had heterosexual parents with zero exposure to lgbt and that means what? The majority of us did the same. How you felt inside is different, that you were a masculine girl and didn’t fit in, many women feel that to, but they don’t go taking dangerous hormones or removing the female breast to be able to sport a bare chest and call themselves male.

      What is publicized on TV is all lies, I have been in the trenches, this is nothing more than a neurological condition that has many characteristics ranging from asbergers, anxious behaviors, depression, suicide ideation, anger, lack of social skills, addiction and so on. I not only have done research but I lead seminars, have been on countless documentaries, tv shows, written books, you name it, I have done it. So pardon me if I say, you can disagree all you want, my fact are legit. Sorry you don’t agree. Just because you now get to show a chest that is scared and have muscles like any other female bodybuider, does not make you a man. Hey I fell for the delusion myself for years.


      Posted by Maritza Cummings (Ritz) | December 9, 2015, 12:29 am
      • First of all I’ve never been tested to see what my chromosomes are and I’m sure you haven’t either. Do some research before you put your foot in mouth. There are people on this planet who are walking around with a multitude of different possibilities. I was not a masculine female by any means. I know how I feel inside and my truth…I’m living it. I don’t expect you to understand nor do I care but just know this is a clinical medical condition. Unless you’re a doctor with a background in gender studies don’t sit here and try to tell me your unproven facts to any scenario. Again you’re entitled to your opinion so I’m not doubting that but I’m putting my two cents in to school you right quick. Have a good evening


        Posted by Suites | December 9, 2015, 12:46 am
    • This is not a medical clinical condition, this is a joke that has been promoted by big pharma and now surgeons to increase their revenue. Even if you were intersex, and I doubt you were, the justification of hurting your body to fit in what you feel you are is not only wrong but dangerous. You are entitled to feel and say what you want, but as a medical professional, an Occupational Therapist with an amazing back ground in psych, I can tell you that the doctors leading this know nothing about this disorder, the blind leading the blind. I challenge any doctor, including the many gender specialists who are unable to totally explain this, because there are zero objective findings, only here say from those with the condition. Enjoy your class.


      Posted by Maritza Cummings (Ritz) | December 9, 2015, 1:05 am
  2. As a trans woman who was socialized female and experienced female puberty I take offense to some of your stances. I think you may just be angry because in reality you weren’t a trans person who chose to go through transition while in reality you were searching for something else.


    Posted by Sabrina | December 8, 2015, 10:19 pm
    • You are entitled to be as offended as you like, as I am entitled to write my experience, research and interaction with this community. I am not one bit angry, and was just as trans as any of you in this community. In fact, I can securely say, that there is no such thing as trans, it is just a label created to fit in those that don’t fit in. The gays that don’t want to be seen as such, and want to have straight men as sexual partners who are not gay. The autogynephile who creates the woman he wants to love him, who wants to be adored by men, but still enjoys intimacy with women. You see not only have I lived as a trans person for the past 13 years, and felt the same story of I knew when I was 3 years old, yada yada… I hated girl things, and so on, you know the narrative. I stand by what I am saying and will continue to say it, because I know exactly what this community is all about. I have interviewed hundreds, received emails from countess trans individuals, studied them, lived with them, you name it. This is neurological condition and it is being treated all wrong. Agree or disagree it matters none to me, and I have the right to my views and opinion, as well as to share my research and observation. I am not the only one that feels and thinks this way either.


      Posted by Maritza Cummings (Ritz) | December 9, 2015, 12:23 am
  3. Just wanted to stop by and say that I love what you and your twin are doing. I also totally get the twin reference…my spouse and I are both 40 y/o with PTSD from childhood abuse…we both survived multiple attempts on our lives from our mothers plus religions abuse and my spouse was also sexually abused…in my experience, I only truly click with the people who’ve “been there.” Is this too personal? If so, I understand. Your words really got me thinking.

    Anyway, the service you two provide is priceless. I have checked out your videos and articles on and off for the past two years and was really impressed by the collection. You’re discussing things a lot of people NEED to hear, but otherwise would never discover, thanks in no small part to a media that corroborates the delusion and can be counted on to assist with spin/damage control. As I am a software developer myself, I often think about the AGPs at the highest echelons of companies like Twitter and Google, who literally have the power to control what information the rest of us see. I wouldn’t dare discuss this at work or with professional colleagues, but on a site made by someone who understands exactly what I mean, I have to say that this really scares me. I don’t like living in a world where some people are granted the power to control and micromanage reality for the rest of us. It’s evil.

    There’s no coincidence, in my opinion, that when I search for “autogynephilia,” I always get that B.S.-laden, neoliberal “RationalWiki” entry served up alongside a lot of Julia Serrano word vomit. When I google “women murdered in 2016,” the only results on offer are about transwomen. And when I wish to cite hard proof of AGP crimes committed against females in women’s restrooms, I must link to sites specifically dedicated to collecting and managing that info, since it’s been otherwise “disappeared” completely from the search engines. FWIW, I’m still asking around for just ONE example of a man harming an AGP in a men’s restroom—and it seems way too convenient that over the past two years, nothing’s come up and no one’s been able to cite a thing.

    Thanks for being a voice of sanity and humanity in a world where both are getting harder and harder to find. I’m mortified to admit that just 2 years ago, I supported the “T” of “LGBT” because I bought the Big Lie, the one where all the guys becoming “ladies” are these tiny, delicate, super-feminine gay men who feel life would be better for them if they lived as women. The Cotton Ceiling debacle got me started researching, and upon hitting the absolute nadir of the movement, I sank into a deep depression. Any info about childhood transitioning made me positively ill, while reminding me that if I was born in 1998 instead of 1978, they’d have marched me off to the gender clinic for T shots. The “gay press” coverage of David/Dana Rivers’s slaughter of an awesome lesbian couple and their son also took its toll—reading again and again that Rivers was a “victim” of a trans-hating school district (or, for repeatedly talking about adult, sexual topics with minor children…same thing, yeah?) and that the REAL tragedy of this case would occur if the public used “the wrong pronouns” for this cold-blooded killer.

    Watching sites like The Advocate call pre-teen girls bigots for asserting what should be their god-given right to shower or change away from the boners of a couple of 50- or 60-something dudes who “feel like women today” somehow felt like one of the worst betrayals. After all gay men have been through these last 50-some years, their media presents training little girls to enjoy showering with penis as an item of top concern? Who can say what company the editors of The Advocate, OUT, etc. keep—but every gay man in my life is repulsed by this crap. Which reminds me: anything that smacked of gay conversion therapy got me good and blue, as did the relentless barrage of woman-hating that seems to be a feature, not a bug, of the transgender movement. Once you learn about all this stuff, you sometimes feel like the only person in the world who sees this insanity for what it is. How nice it is to find others who see, too. So thankful to you both. Maybe it’s just the prospect of NYC’s nasty subtropical summer coming to an end, but lately, I feel like the clouds are lifting, like the majority has come around, and that your work has done a lot to help with this process. Have you perceived any changes in the public mood lately? Or is this just my wishful thinking?

    Great blog, great shows, great stuff! I will be back!!


    Posted by Maria Rodriguez | September 24, 2017, 6:09 am
    • Hello Maria, thank you for your kind words and support. I too am hopeful and that is why I will never give up the fight. But there is still a long road ahead and lots to be uncovered, one day at a time.

      Thank you for sharing, and nothing is too personal, we are transparent and truth seekers and tellers.

      Thank you once again, much love Mark/Maritza


      Posted by Mark Angelo Cummings | September 24, 2017, 4:12 pm

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