Milo Yiannopoulos at Breitbart

Spring being a tough act to follow, God created June. Regular readers of this column will recall that the author bravely came out of the closet as trans-black in April, following years of misery in which my innate blackness felt like a complete mismatch for my white body – or, as I refer to it, my honkyself or crackersona.

In my case, I had to rely on my natural charm and joie de vivre, sharp intellect and stunning good looks, quick wit and natural comedic timing, and of course my substantial modesty, to effectively shed my white dead-race and embrace the beautiful black man that was inside me. (Minds out of the gutter, please!)

Despite the pain from my own heroic struggle for acceptance, it is with joy that I can share the strides my trans-black brothers and sisters have made in society just within the past few weeks. On 3 June, a caller to the Rush Limbaugh radio programme in the US came out as trans-black live on the air.

Just look at the emotion expressed in this transcript of the broadcast from Rush’s show, which has the largest radio audience in the United States:

RUSH:  ….And yet you’re African-American.  In your heart, in your mind, you know you’re black.
CALLER:  Apparently.  That’s the way I felt since I was 10.
RUSH:  You felt African — what does it feel like to be African-American? I can’t understand.
CALLER:  It’s just hard to explain.  I’m not white.  I don’t fit in with my family, you know, it’s —
RUSH:  Do you hate the cops?  Do you have an animus against police officers?
CALLER:  Well, that’s been building lately, as I see how other people of my color treat the cops and feel towards them, that’s kind of been building in me, so, yeah.

As if this wasn’t amazing enough, there are signs that the BAB (“Black At Birth”) community, referred to in the established social justice literature as “cis-raced,” is also beginning to accept their “stealthy soul brothers”, the trans-blacks – or, as one brave sista refers to herself, transn—-rs.

Rachel Dolezal became a national sensation in the US on Thursday after local news stations KXLY and KREM reported stories about her trans-blackness, which was later picked up by Buzzfeed and spread throughout the internet faster than a trans-black who hears a police siren.

Dolezal is the real deal when it comes to trans-blackness. A less enlightened writer might suggest she has gone full native. She has apparently altered her appearance through atomic tanning sessions and a pact with the devil for kinky hair – which, ironically, cis-black women spend their entire lives fighting against – all in an effort to embrace her inner blackness and reject her German and Czech dead-ethnicities.

Of course, not all cis-blacks have welcomed Dolezal with open arms.

What’s funny is that under current PC rules, which forbid challenging anyone’s body identification, she didn’t have to lie about her father.