Happy New Year – Changes Coming

| Jan 1, 2009
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JoAnn Roberts Happy New Year to everyone! We have successfully moved our sites to the new server system and all the glitches seemed to be corrected.

We have contracted with a commercial email provider to host TGForum email and we are in the process of setting up the User accounts at the new site. We are also working on a way to transfer your saved emails from the old system to the new. As with any move of this nature, there may be some glitches along the way. We ask your forebearance. The end result will be a more robust TGForum email without the constant hassles we’ve experienced these past few years.

Once we have these two fundamental changes completed, we will begin a redesign and revamp of the whole TGF site. I know I’ve promised this a year ago but it is finally happening.

Thank you for staying with TGF through this difficult time. Kudos to Alaina Hardie, our Tech Admin, for keeping the system up and running. Mucho kudos (a mixed metaphor if ever there was one) to Angela Gardner, Ronnie Rho and the rest of the TGF staff writers for keeping you occupied out front while we made these changes backstage. Believe me, it hasn’t been easy.

2008 was rough on everyone. Let’s hope that 2009 is kinder and gentler.

Best regards
JoAnn Roberts/Publisher

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I am a writer, editor and educator. I was one of the 5 founders of the Renaissance Transgender Education Assoc., and have served on the boards of IFGE and AEGIS. I've published several books on CD/TS/TG subjects. My how-to books are available at the CDS Bookstand (www.cdspub.com). I am most proud of "Coping With Crossdressing: Tools and Strategies for Couples in Committed Relationships". I was an early TG political activist and one of the co-founders of GenderPAC. I wrote and published a Bill of Gender Rights in December 1990. I've appeared on several television shows and in the movie "All Dressed Up And Nowhere To Go". I published "LadyLike" magazine for 18 years, as well as "EnFemme" magazine and "International TranScript". (JoAnn passed away in June of 2013.)

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