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A Retraction and Apology To Fred Sargeant

| May 4, 2021 | Reply

In the June 8, 2020 TWIT news post (The Week In Trans) our news compiler Cecilia Barzyk included a story from Pink News concerning a person known as Fred Sargeant. The Pink News story alleged Mr. Sargeant had lied about his role in the 1968 Stonewall Riots. Based on the Pink News story, written by […]

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The Week In Trans 5/3/21

| May 3, 2021 | Reply

What’s new? President Joe Biden in a speech to Congress said, “To all the transgender Americans watching at home–especially the young people who are so brave–I want you to know that your president has your back.” Meanwhile more states pass laws against transgender people’s interests. Pennsylvania’s governor vows to veto any such laws in his state. The governor of Louisiana has said he will veto a bill restricting healthcare for transgender minors. Suicide prevention groups have come out with a request for lawmakers to stop interfering with trans healthcare for minors. The AMA has urged governors to veto these bills. A professor from the University of Kansa writes about why the GOP has picked trans people as an issue requiring legislation. A trans woman who was raped while incarcerated in a male prison gets help from the Justice Department. Elliot Page sits down with Oprah Winfrey to talk about the effect of coming out. A study shows that socially-transitioned kids have the same degree of depression and anxiety as other kids their age. Laverne Cox wears a stunning gown to the Oscars. Janet Mock speaks out about problems working on Pose. Patti Harrison stars as a cisgender woman in an award winning film. A soccer referee from Israel comes out as a trans woman. Caitlyn Jenner’s run for the governorship of California gets little support from the trans community. There’s all that and a lot more waiting for you in TWIT!

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Dina’s Diner May 3, 2021

| May 3, 2021 | Reply

Dina Amberle assembles the finest ingredients and every month she cooks up tasty dishes that are sure to satisfy. Today she mixes up a springtime entree filled with her spicy commentary on breastplates, and then she lets that bake in the oven while she prepares some makeup for men who want to look better in Zoom meetings. While that rests prior to sauteing Dina looks into the spice cabinet and pulls out some commentary about Poppare culture–much more dark and mysterious than a yogurt culture. Then comes the strange case of the shoe swaper thief and a dessert of men who love to wear pantyhose. Your table is waiting at Dina’s Diner and it’s 100% open.

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Creating a Feminine Voice

| May 3, 2021 | Reply

Sabrina Symington continues her series of voice training videos that give you the vocal tools to sound in a way that matches your look. Whether you crossdress now and then or live fulltime in your preferred gender speaking as a woman can boost your confidence when you interact with members of the general public. Sabrina has a lot to say on the subject of sounding like you look.

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TransTainment for 5/3/21

| May 3, 2021 | Reply

Transtainment brings you news about transgender people and themes in the arts and entertainment. Today we look at Elliot Page and his great relief after coming out as a dude. Pixar is searching for a young actor who can be the voice of a transgender teen girl character for an upcoming production. Singer/songwriter Ezra Furman comes out as a trans woman. There’s a trans character on an ABC drama. One of the Backstreet Boys drop a track in praise of transgender women, and that’s not all. Give Transtainment a read to stay informed about the trans entertainment scene.

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Julie’s Triumphant Return to Boystown

| May 3, 2021 | Reply

Boystown in Chicago is one of the most country’s inclusive LGBTQ+ communities and the oldest officially recognized gay neighborhood in the country. It’s known for its welcoming vibe, nonstop nightlife, LGBTQ-owned businesses, and excellent dining options. Covid-19 put a damper on that nightlife and Julie Slowinski, a normally enthusiastic patron of the area’s offerings, was reluctant to return to her usual haunts over concerns about the lack of social distancing. Last weekend she decided it was time and returned to Boystown. Triumphantly.

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1956: Sweet Sweet Little Ramona, page 27

| May 3, 2021 | Reply

It’s 1956 and we’re transported to New York City where a trans woman works to make a living selling what she’s got in the nighttime and tries to find a way to become a fashion model. Click to meet the various characters, from hookers to fashion buyers for the chic department stores, as Ramona makes her way toward the glamorous life. Last week Ramona sat down with a table of gentlemen with instructions to cozy up to one of them. But the guy she’s supposed to fluff up looks as if he might have anger issues.

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Trans Spirituality – Second Issue

| May 3, 2021 | Reply

Rabbah Rona Matlow writes about the continuing killings of Black and brown people by law enforcement and finds a link to the radical views of some Christian sects. What faith do those who do these shootings follow? The Christian Bible has clear statements that say killing people is a sin. Are some Christians misinterpreting the Bible or maybe they’re not getting the whole story?

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Reflections on My First Mammogram

| May 3, 2021 | Reply

Trans women long to have bodies that fit them and that means they want to have breasts. Very often HRT produces lovely results, depending on their genetic heritage. Others feel they need to enhance what they’ve grown and opt for implants. In either case, as long as HRT is going on it’s important to take care of you new breasts. Especially if breast cancer runs in your family. Claire Hall recently went in for her first mammogram and in this blog she shares what that experience was like.

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A Sabrina Symington Cartoon: Priorities

| May 3, 2021 | Reply

Once again our cartoonist Sabrina Symington wields her mighty digital pencil to poke some fun at a serious issue.

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The Week In Trans 4/26/21

| Apr 26, 2021 | Reply

Time for The Week In Trans! All the news you need for the transgender community! Today we find there’s so much news about state legislatures introducing anti-trans legislation we have to put it on a separate page. In the main section of TWIT we learn that the Biden administration is rolling back and shutting down anti-trans rules imposed by the last administration. Some ministers are condemning anti-trans laws. Laverne Cox wants trans women’s stories included in reporting “me too” incidents. New York City is helping young LGBTQ people get better jobs. Kelloggs and GLAAD have created a pride-themed cereal. Pose returns to TV next week. A famous atheist has been stripped of his Humanist of the Year status for a tweet comparing being transgender to Rachel Dolezal declaring herself Black. Caitlyn Jenner announces a run for the governor in California. Cher is lobbying to be a judge on Drag Race. A gender clinic in England has a five year wait list. The leaders of Chechnya have been accused of crimes against humanity for their treatment of LGBTQ people in their country. South Africa introduces a third gender ID. Danica Roem suggests running for office is the best way to fight for your rights. There’s all that and tons more waiting for you in TWIT!

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Linda Takes the Plunge

| Apr 26, 2021 | Reply

Linda ‘takes the plunge’. Is she talking about creating for herself the best cleavage look ever? Yes, she is. Read on and find out how it came to be. But you’ve already guessed, Linda took a breastplate out for a test ride.

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1956: Sweet Sweet Little Ramona page 26

| Apr 26, 2021 | Reply

It’s 1956 and we’re transported to New York City where a trans woman works to make a living selling what she’s got in the nighttime and tries to find a way to become a fashion model. Click to meet the various characters, from hookers to fashion buyers for the chic department stores, as Ramona makes her way toward the glamorous life. Last week Ramona sat down with a table of gentlemen with instructions to cozy up to one of them.

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Drag in Cinema, TV, and More

| Apr 26, 2021 | Reply

It’s Drag in Cinema & TV, Plus More! After the text about several male actors playing trans and drag characters (Agent Coulson is that you?) in films from many different years we have a photo gallery of famous actors in character for a film role, or just hanging around in a dress, or skirt. We see you Vin Diesel.

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Yeah, They Do!

| Apr 26, 2021 | Reply

Kandi Robbins has been a dark haired lass for a long time. The Breast Form Store asked her to try something different and recommended a Mane Attraction “Seduction” wig. And, in a lighter color than Kandi had been wearing. Now the wig has been worn and the results are in. See what Kandi thinks of Seduction in this post, “Yeah, They Do!” (Blondes that is.)

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Retro Rerun: The 1999 Alice Novic Pictorial

| Apr 26, 2021 | Reply

Alice Novic was a TGForum member back in 1999 when she became the subject of a TGF Pictorial. We reach back to 1999 and bring your the photos from that pictorial.

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The Week In Trans 4/19/21

| Apr 19, 2021 | Reply

Red state Republican legislatures are introducing a wave of anti-transgender bills. Restroom bans, sports bans, and banning medical treatment for trans kids—while polls show that these restrictive bills are not popular with the majority of our citizens. Meanwhile more trans women of color are victims. Legislation that’s good news comes from Maryland where one bill makes name changes easier and another bans the gay or trans panic legal defense. The Biden administration may take action to oppose the anti-trans laws being passed at the state level. An all trans cast version of Little Shop of Horrors stars MJ Rodriguez. A new film looks at trans man jazz pianist Billy Tipton. Disney Park employees will get expanded gender expression. The town in Poland that claimed it was a gay free zone is the laughingstock of Europe. A new book looks at how Trinidad, Colorado became a center for gender surgery with Dr. Stanley Bieber. There’s all that and much more waiting for you in TWIT!

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Reasons vs. Excuses

| Apr 19, 2021 | Reply

In this journey to Kandi’s Land Kandi writes about the difference between reasons and excuses. Many crossdressers spend precious years locked in their closets using excuses to explain to themselves why they can’t express their inner woman. Certainly there can be reasons why it’s not possible to come out but Kandi feels that where there’s a will there is a way.

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Kurt Cobain Was Comfortable in Frocks

| Apr 19, 2021 | Reply

When a rock star wears a dress one time it’s a stunt to get publicity. When they do it more than once we suspect there’s another reason for their choice of attire. The late rocker Kurt Cobain did it more than once. Since Kid Cudi wore a dress on SNL and the media said it was a tribute to Kurt Cobain here are several photos of the man himself rocking dresses. 

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The Visible Transgender Hiker

| Apr 19, 2021 | Reply

Right now there are transgender hikers walking the Appalachian Trail. Armed with GoPro cameras and internet connections they are documenting their long, long hike. Dana Bevan would like to be out there on the trail as well but the results of a trail accident two years ago keeps her from taking off on the AT for New England. She does have advice for transgender hikers and shares it with you here.

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Hormones: It’s a love hate thing

| Apr 19, 2021 | Reply

Chrissy Gann enjoys the benefits bestowed by estradiol. She is happy with her breasts and general feminization. There are other effects though that don’t thrill her as much. Today she blogs about her hormone use and tosses in some opinions on other areas of trans life.

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1956: Sweet Sweet Little Ramona page 25

| Apr 19, 2021 | Reply

It’s 1956 and we’re transported to New York City where a trans woman works to make a living selling what she’s got in the nighttime and tries to find a way to become a fashion model. Click to meet the various characters, from hookers to fashion buyers for the chic department stores, as Ramona makes her way toward the glamorous life. Last week Ramona sat down with a table of gentlemen with instructions to cozy up to one of them.

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An Inspiration

| Apr 19, 2021 | Reply

Don’t you just hate those people who open their eyes in the darkness of the early morning, singing and being genuinely cheerful and simply happy to be alive? I wake up next to one of those people every morning, my amazing wife Bless. Our chihuahua, Marlee, is journeying through congenital heart disease and being older, […]

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Old Gals Like to be Chic Too

| Apr 19, 2021 | Reply

Pauline Estelle has views about fashion and she shares them with you in this post which is aimed at the older woman who wants to deport herself as a chic, stylish lady. There are ways to do that without coming across as dressing too young for your age. Pauline starts from the bottom layer and goes from inner to outer wear with hints and tips on how to make certain styles work for you and not against you.

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The Week In Trans 4/12/21

| Apr 12, 2021 | Reply

What’s new! Learn all the news from The Week in Trans! A gender-fluid model hopes to be included in the Sports Illustrated Swim Suit issue. Caitlyn Jenner is considering a run for the governorship of California, as a Republican. The GLAAD Awards go to several transgender productions. President Biden says he’ll fight to make sure trans people can thrive and succeed. The governor of Arkansas vetoes a bill banning medical care for trans kids and the legislature overrides it. All real experts say that puberty blockers are safe and help young transgender people to eventually transition successfully. More states are introducing anti-transgender bills as Republican legislators focus on making transgender people an issue at the polls. Kid Cudi wears a pretty dress for his performance on Saturday Night Live. A Black trans woman is elected to a school board and another trans woman wins a job as township clerk. Drag performer Baga Chipz gets abuse for sending condolences to the Royal Family after the death of Prince Phillip. MI6 flew the transgender flag on the Transgender Day of Visibility. Russia bans trans people from adopting children. There’s all that and a few TWIT Awards awaiting your perusal in TWIT!

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Covid Conundrum

| Apr 12, 2021 | Reply

Sophie writes about the manner in which the pandemic has affected her and other trans people. She wonders how bad it might have been for her if the pandemic had hit while she was still in the closet, dressing only once a month for events that would have been canceled by the virus.

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