Another Monday With TGF

| Jan 12, 2009
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Hi All! The launch of the new mail system has not been without a few bugs. We’re spraying now and hope to get them exterminated in short order. If you have problems let us know. Our goal is to make it all run smoothly. I did find that I had to send my TGF mail to an outside address and then send it back from that address to my TGF address. Doing that was the only way to get it into the new mail system. I can’t explain why that is but it did seem to work. (Click here for  JoAnn’s post on how to access the old mail system.)

Now, on to the new content of the day! Miss Ronnie Rho has taken a few days off to visit family (good luck with that Ronnie) and I had to step in and do a weaker version of her TWIT Note. But, I dug around all over the Web and did manage to turn up some TG news items for your perusal. They’re waiting for you in TWIT.

Pamela DeGroff brings us a Transvocalizer column on a singer who has used her pipes in several different musical genres and all while being open about her transgender nature. Check out Pamela’s interview with Diane Michelle.

Our TG Sci Fi column Breakfast on Pluto returns with a review of the newest book in The Wild Card series, Busted Flush. This book, as well as the previous book in the series, features a mysterious TG character who will be the envy of every CD. Don’t miss the Busted Flush review.

Before she wandered off to visit her family Ronnie Rho posted a blog on transphobic stuff in the remake of Dawn of The Dead. Could it be? Were the zombies being mean to TGs? Was Ronnie muttering something about “brains, must have brains” as she went off to see her family? I hope they’re alright. Don’t miss Dawn of The Dead: Transphobic?.

That’s it for today’s edition. Enjoy

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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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