“You should have seen what happened yesterday. This lady comes down the street, you know, shaped like a woman and everything, and I say: ‘Good morning, ma’am.’ So she stops and looks at me and comes right up to my face and says: ‘I’m not a man and I’m not a woman — and you don’t need to apologize to me.’
“So I’m standing there puzzled and she goes and walks off. A while later, she or he or whatever I’m supposed to call that person, she walks back up and this time I say: ‘Good afternoon.’ And she looks at me and says: ‘Don’t start with me. I already told you that I’m not a man and I’m not a woman — and you don’t need to apologize.’ And then she walked on up the street.