LOL Well, I was trying to be 21st century about that. Personally, I think the mayor was flaunting his/her transagener-ness. Maybe he/she was hoping someone would complain so he/she could scream discrimination. Gad, I hate that I think like that! For the record- I have no problem with the mayor showing up in a dress/skirt and heels. It's the type of skirt that I think was inappropriate.oh i agree--what really gets to me is that the mayor is a transgender and would show up dressed like that. maybe i am just getting old but this just is too weird for me.
Wow! That story really reminded me of things Ken told me about Portland (he was out there for work a few years ago). Which also reminded me of Woodstock, NY.no it's not. and it is just a little burg of a place. i always thought it was quite conservative and also, a catholic abbey is not too far away....
LOLone of portland's favorite mottos is--"keep portland weird" you will see it on bumper stickers, signs, etc. i have lived here my whole life but thankfully moved to the burbs about 24 years ago. don't get into portland too often and when we do, we are happy to leave.
Or not! I agree Joann, this is a little too weird for me! I don't care that he is transgender, or gay, Bi, heterosexual, or anything else, the dress was not appropriate for the meeting! I love alot of things about Oregon, the Ocean, the mountains, the rivers etc.. The rain and the politics, not so much- I need to move to Eastern Oregon, Central Oregon, or maybe Burns!!You know what I love is the video that goes along with it. You see him from afar and you can't really tell, then they do a close up and your like "Oh that's a dude!". BWAHHAHAA... Ya have to love Oregon!
LOL I agree! HAHA!He is one ugly woman and I don't think he was handsome as a guy either !!! LOL