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| Apr 11, 2011
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Angela Gardner

Good Monday TGF readers! We have made it through another week without a government shutdown. It’s almost as if we live in a civilized country. But, this is not the forum to discuss politics and the shortcomings of our elected officials. We could discuss our elected officials if they decide to wear a dress and pumps to Capital Hill but that probably won’t be happening soon. So, we turn our attention to other areas with a greater openly TG presence.

We begin with our News Editor Ronnie Rho’s fabulous assemblage of transgender nuanced news from around the world — The Week In Transgenderism. Ronnie has links to every single TG story from everywhere on the World Wide Web. She’s got the story about Dana International; the story about The Transgender Day of Empowerment (that must have been the day I got that “I can take over the world” feeling last week); the story about the tomb of the unknown TG; how things are looking brighter for TG anti-discrimination bills; what’s up with Susan Stanton, and more drag on campus. All that and a lot more is available for your reading pleasure in this week’s TWIT.

The Artist D

We are joined this week by a new columnist. The Artist D, a legend of the Internet, who has deigned to join us with a regular column about fashion. TAD is a talk show host, performer, artist, performance artist, writer and who knows what else. She has been there, done that and now she’s going to discuss. In her first column for TGF she tackles a fashion problem many in the TG community have to deal with: if the dress don’t fit, you must not wear it. Muffin top, looking like there’s a bun in the oven, and other fashion faux pas will be tackled by The Artist D and wrestled into submission. Don’t miss It Takes Guts — So Dress Them Right.

The hardest working music writer in the biz, Miss Pamela DeGroff, joins us this week with her Perpetual Change column. In past columns Pamela has written about and interviewed the NYC band The Shondes. In this week’s PC we learn that their violinist/vocalist was recently diagnosed with cancer and their van was stolen. Despite these setbacks the plucky TG/queer band is not only carrying on but moving up with a tour and new recording projects. Learn all about it in Perpetual Change.

Sophie Lynne

Sophie Lynne is with us this week with the conclusion to her TG fiction series Crying For Ogre. The story is about Andrew “Ogre” Gruber, a male chauvinist frat boy who attracts the attention of a higher power he shouldn’t have disturbed through his ill treatment of a woman. His punishment? In previous installments Ogre started turning into a woman. Hey! Where’s the punishment part? Don’t miss the thrilling conclusion of Sophie Lynne’s  Crying For Ogre.

Some people will do anything for beauty but one of the things they do is definitely not good for beauty —  or continued living. Injecting industrial grade silicone directly into your body is not a bright thing to do. You may get curves but they don’t always stay where you want them. Just a few weeks ago a woman from England came to the US to be injected and ended up a beautiful corpse. Dr. Sherman Leis weighs in with his advice about injecting silicone. Spoiler alert! He doesn’t approve. And we have some pictures of the damage it can cause.

That’s our Monday Edition of new content for this week. Enjoy!

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About the Author ()

Angela Gardner is a founding member of The Renaissance Transgender Association, Inc., the former editor of that organization's newsletter and magazine, Transgender Community News. She wrote the Diva of Dish column for TGF in the late 1990s and was the Editor of LadyLike magazine until its untimely demise. She is currently the Editor of TGF. She has appeared in film and television shows portraying TG characters, as well as representing Renaissance on numerous talk shows. In her idle hours she keeps busy producing her monthly TG parties, Angela's Laptop Lounge.

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