As many of my friends from Muncie Central and Ava’s long-time friends know now about Ava Zinn’s decision to auction off her virginity as a male. Within a week, the decision literally blew up Vote for the Girls after my DUI arrest and getting shoved to the floor by a black woman named Khayla (Kayla with h silent.) It was a few weeks that Ava had threatened to do a porn site called “FILF AVA” (aka Ava Zinn is a Father I’d Love to Fuck) and auction off her virginity, the latter of which Ava said would happen if all available female contestants on American Idol were eliminated or in danger of being eliminated.
After hearing Jessica landed in the bottom two for the first time and when Ava addressed Kellie (Rock), Kathi (Jameson), and myself, I knew I saw something in Ava I hadn’t seen in 15 years — a sign of desperation and what I think Rush Limbaugh’s FemiNazi quote and Glenn Beck call Vote for the Girls “New Afghanistan”
From reading Ava’s tweets below, I already knew what the shocking announcement was…
Then Ava’s Announcement that she was selling her virginity as a Vote for the Girls Punishment.
After the announcement, I had a feeling that I wasn’t surprised that as I have known Ava Zinn longer than anyone. As a woman now 34 years old from the 10th largest city in Indiana (Muncie), watching that announcement made me realize there’s a major male demon in Ava that she wants to get rid of before her gender transition is final. What I think a few of Ava’s friends didn’t realize is that only one of Ava’s male friends has truly seen her nude as a male, yet that was some 15, 16, 17 years ago–Ava’s gonna correct me if I’m mistaken.
I commented on the Facebook profile of Allison Abercrombie, a friend of mine from Muncie while I was on my way to Marion from Castleton, and I after hearing from Ava that she had to deactivate her Facebook as a sign of walking away. For me, it felt unreal and surreal.
There’s pretty much nothing anyone (Ava’s friends, my friends, etc) can do at this point besides accepting this #VotefortheGirls#PunishmentForFailure
Ava posted this on her Facebook (and before she deactivated her account) right before she made the announcement Friday
Thank y’all so much for your kind words and support over the five years on Facebook and 20 plus years I’ve been friends with a majority–especially Holly Everman Willis, Alec Dailey, Karly Cope, Elaine Ellis, Ramona Reed Tyler, Ashley Dawson, Wendy Becker Simpkins, Telissa Hunt, Justin Planck, Veronica Schmerber, and Kayla Battishill,
Though many long-time friends will be critical of what I will announce on YouTube Friday, I know the true meaning of friendship lies in the heart and being loyal. Since 1994, a dark secret desire of mine was hidden of what eventually lead to this ongoing gender transition (and since the transition began 10 years ago this December, I’ve been more successful as a woman) and a clear evidence is Vote for the Girls USA which has had success last year. Before I came out as #MtF in 2003 Megan Stone and Blake Pattison were the last individuals ever to see me as a male (as far as living as a male) and today had I not came out back then I would have taken my own life.
I am so much more than what you hear or see on Vote for the Girls and online (of which I often curse, occasionally bullying, telling those who to vote for) – it’s about being passionate, it’s about fulfilling a goal, it’s about fulfilling an obligation.
Everyone that I have met over the years have proven that to me since my kindergarten year over a quarter-century ago. Thank you for the support over the years allowing me to be far more successful as a woman
Whatever the consequences and repercussions of what I announce on YouTube Friday, I will always become a woman of my word and remain hopeful the best is still yet to come. Thank you all so much for your understanding!
I am not at all surprised unlike many of Ava’s friends that I’ve met over the years I’ve been friends with Ava and I’ve met a few since I went to Muncie Central and Ava went to Mississinewa. I do remember the first time Ava ever visited me in Muncie back in 1999, Ava was wearing a grey sweater and black leggings (which kinda indicated to me at the time I really had no idea) when her mother, Margaret, was at Ball Memorial Hospital. I was a sophomore at Ball State while Ava was a junior at Missisisnewa High School. I was 19 that had just broke up with my first boyfriend after 8 years and Ava was a 16 year old boy dating my 20 year old sister, Elisa, and they were expecting what eventually became my pet niece 15 years later (Tiffani). At that point for me, I started to realize Ava and Elisa were basically on the rocks. My late brother, Garfield, both my sisters, Elisa and Lynsey, another close friend of mine and Ava’s (Robyn–the oldest of the group) and I went to what was Carlos O’Kelly’s restaurant one night in October 1999–I had asked them to keep a secret until I told my parents myself. I really no idea at that time, from what Ava told me that night of what her words “Muncie Mob” meant. It wasn’t until when I learned about the death of Margaret and really shocked that Ava was “passed over” (until Ava’s brother killed himself three months to the day of Margaret’s death) because Margaret believed in 1999, that Ava would “fuck things up” and I knew every time Ava was telling the truth when Margaret accused Ava of something she didn’t do. What I did not realize back then was that I saw signs Ava really failed as a male over the next several years and at the conclusion of my sophomore year at Ball State in 2000, I came out as a bisexual to my parents, and they would eventually understand some years later after I met my future wife Veroncia a year before Ava came out as a transgender female.
What I think Ava Zinn will gain from this (other than being called a prostitute, spending time in jail, or paying a fine–the latter of the two is what she’s always trying to avoid) will pretty much have her reputation get hit, if her reputation hasn’t already been declined since her fateful prom night back in 2001.
What I think many, if not all of Ava’s friends have to remember (and I said this on Facebook), her decision to auction her virginity may be 20 years in the making. It’s not like Ava’s going into the sex industry, but for her it is something she’s doing as a last resort after years of what she says has to failure and pretty much is seeking revenge for let’s say elimination of Pia Toscano, Angie Miller, Malaya Watson on American Idol.
After learning Jess was in the bottom 2 again..
Now what? Kellie Rock, one of my colleagues on Vote for the Girls USA commented: If I were Ava’s position, I think Ava should have made a Hell of a better decision that doing this virginity auction over American Idol.
I mean, I’ve never seen Ava drop that low ever. I mean Ava even told me she’s been through two sexual assaults both as a male (in July 2002) and as a female (in June 2010). You probably didn’t know both her assailants were both BLACK MEN.
Holly, that was the reason Khayla (Chow), a Black woman shoved you, a white woman got into that clash a few weeks ago.
I spoke to Ava in person tonight, she has been kinda busy with Vote for the Girls (behind the scenes), yet don’t be surprised if you see Ava on the Vote for the Girls episodes on the YouTube channel in pretty much her dark side (worst case scenario, it’ll be Ava wearing a bra in her 36 AA breasts). She’s pretty much turned VFTG into “The Morton Downey Jr Show” if you remember that particular program back in the day.”
For the most part, Kellie does raise a good point. Ava has been sexually assaulted twice in her life and both her assailants pretty much fondled Ava inappropriately, and worst case scenario, I think there is a theory why Ava never has been in a relationship with males and the reason people call Ava Zinn a Man-Hater.
What the important thing that I think all of Ava’s friends have to understand is that she didn’t commit suicide, but has came close on seven occasions. She has been through years of bad luck and last year she pretty much bounced back in 2013, of which turned out to be her perfect year. The last time that happened was 1995.
If being friends with Ava for 24 years now do indicate one thing, when Ava has a perfect year like in 1995 and 2013, the following year tuns real bad. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see how this virginity auction of Ava Zinn’s all this pays out. Not to be a gossip queen, ladies and gentleMAN, I think it will be 2016 once Ava truly bounces back and lucky if she avoids jail time or pay a fine once this is all over. But if she does end up in jail, which I think if Ava plays her cards right, and doesn’t go to jail since it would be the first time in Ava’s life she’d be in jail.
As I close I did notice the date of the virginity auction announcement was April 18, 2014–it’s exactly 18 years to the day that many of Ava’s friends (that have since unfriended Ava on Facebook) said back in 1996 she should have been expelled for breaking a classroom window that happened on April 18, 1996. Yet, a majority stuck with Ava though that and I think that Ava may gain new friends in a few years if and when she does relocate to Indianapolis with some of Ava’s long-time friends deciding to end the friendship altogether. I do expect at Ava have least 20 unfriends when she does reactivate on Facebook. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Ava make some close friend changes, yet Ava did say that she’s a woman of her word and invite Alec (Dailey) and Justin (Planck)–they’re the only remaining males that are Ava’s 12 closest friends while the remainder of the close friends (including myself) are all female, and Ava has invited Telissa (Hunt) and Veronica (Schmerber) to Ava’s wedding (if and when that happens.) Now with the announcement of Ava auctioning her virginity as a male, this is going to be interesting on how all this plays out since Ava’s virginity auction, according to the virginity auction site, also includes what Ava defines as the start of a Long Term Relationship and leading to marriage between a transgender woman and a biological woman–to put it more bluntly that would potentially be Indiana’s very first unofficial same sex marriage.