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May was the 5th month of 2015. Chris's fourth court date for the events of 26 December 2014 occurred on 7 May, and it was delayed yet again for 11 June 2015. This was a quiet month in Chris's life, as he spent most of his time with Facebook and his iPhone camera.
Events of May
- 5 May - Chris signs a petition to let rock singer Melissa Etheridge into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. While Etheridge is a great musician, it's certain he only signed it because she is a lesbian.
- 7 May - Chris's fourth court date. It is continued until 11 June.
- 10 May - Mother's Day.
- 12 May - Chris posts some new Facebook pictures. Comments from Kim Wilson indicate that he believes he is undergoing hormone replacement.
- 15 May - Chris uses Facebook's note feature twice and continues to beg his fans to get Sonichu into Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U.
- 15 May - Chris writes a new note on Facebook pimping himself out to the lesbian ladies.
- 16 May - Chris leaks a series of disturbing sex texts for an unknown person on Facebook.
- 21 May - Chris uploads a photo on Facebook revealing that he has changed Chris Chan Sonichu into a female Sonichu (or Rosechu), as to better fit his comic book persona and his transgender identity.
- 23 May - Chris posts a Q&A on Facebook answering some questions (which nobody would have ever wanted to ask him, let alone have him answer) about being trans. That night, he goes to a gay club and feels the bass resounding in his manboobs.
- 24 May - Chris predicts "Riots and Catastrophes" if Derpy's name is changed.
- 24 May - Chris watches a PBS special with Barb, and reminisces about Bob.
- 25 May - Memorial Day. To celebrate, Chris posts two pieces of clickbait on Facebook.
- 30 May - Chris takes a "What kind of person are you the most attracted to?" quiz and gets "Kind Soul."
- 31 May - Chris posts two videos on his Facebook page that attempt to describe what it would feel like to live as a child with high-functioning autism, as well as describing "breakthroughs in autism."