Transgender Teen Nominated for Homecoming Queen

Shayn Roby’s Take: The fact that someone would nominate a transgender for homecoming queen is disgusting, but not surprising for California. An airplane trip to Los Angeles is not called the “fruit and nut” flight as a result of little cause for the characterization.

The Book of Jeremiah in God’s Holy Word tells us:

The Lord gave me this message:

“I knew you before I formed you in your mother’s womb.
Before you were born I set you apart
and appointed you as my prophet to the nations.”

Changing one’s gender from the one assigned by God Almighty is the ultimate in defiance.  It is a statement to God that He made a mistake.  God doesn’t make mistakes.


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A transgender teen made history at Marina High School in Huntington Beach last week when she was selected as one of the top 10 finalist for homecoming queen.

Cassidy Lynn Campbell was born, Lance Campbell, but has been living as a woman for the past three years.

The 16-year-old said she has always felt trapped in the wrong body even as a child.

According to Campbell, her shot at becoming homecoming queen isn’t just about a title but a hard-fought token of acceptance.

“Gay people have been brought into the limelight and it’s a very touched on subject, Cassidy Campbell said. “It’s much more talked about than transgender is.”

Campbell, who was also making waves online with her popular video blogs, admitted her sexual expression has come at a price including cyber bullying and even face-to-face harassment in the hallways at school.

“Sometimes they’ll say faggot when…

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