Non-binary transvestite who was recruited to work on nuclear waste at Biden’s Department of Energy, was born into a Southern Baptist missionary family, was forced to undergo conversion therapy in high school but now lectures on “kink activism”, once advocated bestiality. , proudly talked about how they enjoyed sexual “puppy play” and worshiped “Fauci’s dad.”
Sam Brinton goes by the name “Sister Ray Dee O’Active” while in a group called The Order of Eternal Indulgence, a non-profit organization that disguises itself as nuns to draw attention to sexual intolerance and transphobia. Brinton, 34, lives in Rockville, Maryland with her husband Kevin.
Last month, they proudly announced on LinkedIn that they had accepted the position of Deputy Assistant Secretary for Spent Fuel and Waste Management at the Department of Energy’s Nuclear Energy Administration. The White House has not yet confirmed their appointment to this position. Brinton said they were the first “gender-fluid” person to accept a leadership role in the federal government. The Washington Examiner also reports that they served as nuclear waste advisers in the Trump administration.
Brinton’s past is colorful. Born in 1987, their parents Peggy Jo and Stephen Brinton are Southern Baptists who now belong to the First Baptist Church of Perry, Iowa. The couple has three children – Sam, Rachel and Daniel.
They appear to have a close bond with their two youngest children, but did not attend Sam and Kevin’s 2019 wedding.
Brinton is not shy about talking about his sexual inclinations online.
In 2016, they took part in a Metro Weekly article about how they enjoy the sexual fetish genre known as puppy games, where they talked about how to “treat” their Nubi “puppy” and why they feel like their condemned by people who assume they enjoy having sex. animals.
Brinton is featured in social media images. They recently announced that they have been appointed to a position in the Department of Energy.
Brinton in 2018, teaching a course called “Kink 101” at the University of Nebraska, Omaha,
Brinton with Jane Fonda at the 2018 Oscars. It is not clear why they were there, but on the red carpet they posed with many stars.
Brinton is shown as Sister Rae Dee O’Active singing a song in honor of Papa Fauci at the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence Lavender Mass in 2021.
Sam Brinton visits Trevor from The Trevor Project in 2019. They have experienced conversion therapy and regularly speak at events about their experiences.
Brinton with the rest of the Sisters of Indulgence. They say in their biography on the sisters’ website that they started their “journey” as a “changed boy” and are now a proud sister.
Brinton with husband Kevin. They live in Maryland
“One of the hardest things about being a handler is that people honestly ask me, ‘Wait, do you have sex with animals?’
Brinton is depicted in clothes outside the Capitol.
“They think it’s offensive, that it’s the use of someone who may not be up to the level of human responsibility…
“Another misconception is that I have a really messed up backstory, like I had some kind of horrific childhood trauma that made me enjoy having sex with animals.
“I actually have problems when we go from playing puppies to having sex.
Like, “No, I can’t let you whimper like that when we’re having sex” because I don’t want to mix up the world. It’s interesting because he doesn’t have to come out of puppy mode for me to fuck him.
“I personally have to take him out of puppy perception for myself. But then I still treat him like a subordinate to me,” they said.
In 2015, they told the magazine about their decision to join the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence: “I’m a whore. And #sexynerd bore.
“The mission of the sisters is entirely in line with my passion for removing the guilt that people feel every day (unfairly placed on them, let your strange flag fly!), and the joy the sisters bring is so, so, so beautiful.”
Brinton worships “Papa Fauci” and sang a song in his honor at the DC Sisters’ Lavender Mass in 2021.
“I like to think that Fauci’s dad looks down on us and sings songs like this to the young people in his life,” they said.
They then sang a song about being yourself and not apologizing for being sexy.
The Brinton family are Southern Baptists who now live in Iowa. Their mother Peggy Jo (left), father Stephen (right), brother Daniel (second from right) and sister Rachel (far right) seem to share a close bond, but they are not.
Brinton was born male but now self-identifies as non-binary. Their sister Rachel posted this tribute to them in 2017, but it’s not clear if they’re on good terms.
Brinton on her wedding day in December 2019 with husband Kevin (left and right) with another man from Pride. They said it was the “only” photo from the event that they could release.
Brinton wrote on LinkedIn on Wednesday that they had been given the role. The White House has yet to confirm this.
In their biography on the sisters’ website, they say, “Honestly, I didn’t think I could join until I was older and more worthy of the honor of being a sister, until Sister Eunice X smiled at a gala dinner in Boston one night. . and told me that there was no need to wait. That’s when I started my journey.
“My first months as a changed boy for the Boston Sisters of Eternal Indulgence gave me a glimpse into the wonderful world of spreading universal joy and redeeming stigmatic guilt.
“The boy with the red mohawk becomes a perverted sister, and no one will blink an eye, whether it is real or fake.
“I will document every step of my sisterhood and find my special place in the Order of Queer Nuns. I’m a newbie sister of Ray Dee O’Active and I’m ready to bring some radiance to my community.”
Brinton also claims to have inspired young children to wear stilettos at Disneyland, and says they once received a letter from a young boy’s mother who saw them in Florida rocking their heels.
Brinton, speaking to San Diego Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual News in 2016, said the letter read: “When my gay son saw you walking by, he just sat down and started crying a little, I was so confused!
“But then he whimpered, “It’s true, Mom. WE can be our own princess here.”
In a 2018 article for The New York Times, Brinton spoke of the agonizing conversion therapy they underwent as children.
They were electrocuted while being forced to watch gay porn in an attempt to train their minds to associate homosexuality with pain and shame.
They advocate making conversion therapy illegal worldwide.
Brinton has worked for LGBT and nuclear waste organizations in the past.
They say they visited the Obama White House “on their heels” to consult with the then president and first lady on LGBTQ issues.
They did not immediately respond to inquiries Thursday morning, and the White House has yet to confirm their role.