There’s so much to talk about today! I’m going to squeeze in at least two or three more posts before the LIVE show tonight, which you can watch here beginning at 8PM EST. The replay will be available there after the show ends, which will be sometime before 11PM EST. Anything more than two or three hours is insanity, in my opinion. I have a hard enough time listening to one hour, much less three. Speaking of hard times, look who stopped by to join us…it’s Liquored-Up Leigh! She’s really scraping the bottom of the barrel now. 

She’s hired an admitted pedophile to work for her site. Although, she probably isn’t paying Sarah Nyberg anything, to be fair. But still, this isn’t the sort of person I would want writing for As you longtime readers know, this person is proud of their pedophilia, going so far as to proclaim it on an open Internet forum. Many pedos know how sick they are, but this one seems to revel in depravity. Then again, so does Leigh Alexander.

Here’s a small part of the Butts piece, which is hilarious for all the wrong reasons:

I remember the moment I realized what the Wall Market section of Final Fantasy VIIwould actually entail. I was thirteen, and I nervously checked to see if anyone else was home.

Being trans brought with it this odd sense of obligation to protect a secret that at the time I wasn’t even aware I had. Looking back, it seems a little ridiculous, but I really was afraid someone could glean something like that about me, just from playing a game where the main character is forced to crossdress.

There is no single, universal trans narrative, but for most trans people, it takes quite a bit of our life before we’re able to conceptualize our experiences in the same way we do once we’ve come out to ourselves. I didn’t conceive of myself as “being a girl” as a child; I didn’t know that was possible. I knew, at the time, that I deeply wanted to be a girl, but I had no idea what that meant, and I had a vague but persistent notion that whatever this feeling was, I shouldn’t acknowledge or discuss it. I know now that I was a girl, but that understanding and framing only came much later.

HAHA, OK, Sarah. Whatever you say, girlfriend. Another point I would like to bring up before tossing this to the #BasedCommentSection: this person also runs a piracy website for profit. How does drunken Leigh turn a blind-eye to this sort of behavior? I guess when your standards have sunken as low as hers have, you’ll take any kind of help you can get. It’s a shame to see Megaphone-chan brought so low.

Ah, who am I kidding? It’s fucking hilarious. Before I go, here’s a video of Leigh talking to our friend Rami Ismail. Turns out, he’s a big fan of my column yesterday:

Here’s the vid. Comment on that, Leigh farming her site out to child-lusters, or the hilarious Rami exchange. I’ll be back with at least one more story before the LIVE show.