A tale of USC — Major, Ali Aintrazi, SCG Syracuse, and myself.
Amanda Stevens

You ask Fenix Moore where you ask for further punishment. You did that when you demanded he be tossed from the venue and when you became upset over your agreement with Ali about you not contacting tcgplayer.

Also, his assumption that you’re just a dude in drag and not a trans individual does NOT make him transphobic. If that were the case, then every dude who laughed at my halloween costume of a fat female stripper is transphobic also even though i’m not trans.

In your article you state how Ali got a match loss for his actions, but then reply to Vane in the comments how Ali wasn’t playing in the events. This is slightly confusing.

Ali’s FB post must have been sufficient for folks to hear about it as i don’t follow him yet i still found out about this incident via that post being shared and liked by many in the mtg community.

What he said was rude, but i equate it the same as assuming a woman with a large stomach is preggers. He thought you were a dude who lost a bet and wanted in on it. Bad guess on his part. You have every right to be offended, but it seems like you are trying to make this a rallying point for trans folks in the mtg community.

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