And The Wheel Goes Round and Round…

| Sep 7, 2009
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… to another Monday. Happy Labor Day! Many of you are not at work today but sitting in front of your computer searching for a new job. Or you just have the day off and can take the luxury of reading your new TGForum content early.

We start off today with the talented and lovely Miss Ronnie Rho and her copious column This Week In Transgenderism. For all the complete stories on TGs in the news check out TWIT.

Next up is our own resident toon, the brainchild of Miss Kyra Kelly, Lexy Tranner — Weekend CD. (Tranner is a Scandinavian name derived from the Norse runes for “warrior who wears too much eyeliner.”) Don’t miss the fun you’ll always find in a Lexy toon. Check out this month’s Lexy Tranner — Weekend CD.

Dina Amberle has been working on the Diner, getting it cleaned up and ready for the fall crowd and she joins us this month with her take on several items in the news. We learn about fish who switch genders based on their size and learn about everything from the runner whose gender is in question to Dina’s appreciation of her Little Black Dress wearing co-workers. For a hearty meal of wit and info you can’t miss Dina’s Diner.

We also have a dispatch from our newest correspondent, Miss Gina Vizavi. Gina presents an androgynous look most of the time and in this post she discusses her thoughts on been called “ma’am.” I know I prefer “miss” since it implies that you’re young and lovely but I must admit “ma’am” is fine, too. See how Gina handles it in Getting Ma’amed.

And that is what we got. Enjoy it! Let us know if you like it, hate or want to feed it to your cat. Again, Happy Labor Day! Don’t twist an ankle in the parade. Marching in heels can be dangerous.

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Angela Gardner is a founding member of The Renaissance Transgender Assoc., Inc., former editor of its newsletter and magazine, Transgender Community News. She was the Diva of Dish for TGF in the late 1990s and Editor of LadyLike magazine until its untimely demise. She has appeared in film and television shows portraying TG characters, as well as representing Renaissance on numerous talk shows.

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