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New Content Monday

| Mar 21, 2011
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Angela Gardner

It’s here again! Another Monday rolls around and we offer you new content. We have The Week In Transgenderism, our all TG news all the time feature compiled by our News Editor Ronnie Rho. Ronnie has dug up links to stories from all around this transgendered world of ours. We will journey from Thailand, to England, find Lady Gaga in Kentucky, visit a drag addict in San Francisco, dip into the Balkans for some negativity, and make stops in Montana, Atlanta and the Great White North. If it’s got even a hint of that TG thing we love so much, you’ll find it in TWIT.

Our super fav cartoon crossdresser joins us this week with another comment on our TG world. Miss Kyra Kelly is the creator of Lexy Tranner — Weekend CD and she uses her creation to poke gentle fun at our foibles. I don’t know about you but my foibles are just fine the way they are.  This week Lexy is the voice of reason. What’s she being reasonable about? Ya gotta read Lexy Tranner — Weekend CD to find out.


If you’re ready for a thick slice of commentary laced with wit sauce then you might want to step into Dina’s Diner this week. (Wit sauce?) Dina takes the news of the past few weeks and finds ways in which it relates to trans people. She usually manages to work in high heels, ah, that is she mentions them in her column. I have no idea if she actually writes it while wearing heels — but ya never know. One can hope. This week she is dishing up comments on the new, lightened up, version of Priscilla Queen of The Desert that’s now showing on Broadway, there’s something about Beyoncé’s backup dancer who seems a bit like a TG, that hot mess John Galliano, and a bunch more. Sit back in your favorite booth and enjoy Dina’s Diner.

bandWe asked the folks at The Keystone Conference if they could send us some photos to share with our readers. One young lady did send us some pix. Many thanks to Randi Wallace for taking the time to attach her shots. There was a tech glitch so we are only able to share five of her photos with you and a few more taken from the Keystone Conference website. Check them out in Keystone Conference Photos.

Our new attorney, Miss Leslie Farber, joins us this week with an article about lewd behavior in public. The focus of the article is on gay men cruising parks and the lengths police will go to in order to arrest them. Seems almost like an obsession. You may not think that the topic applies to you but if you’ve read about some of the TWITs Ronnie has dug up over the years you’ll know that sometimes crossdressers decide it would be a wonderful day to head over to the park to get some sun in that cute little bikini. A bikini that is too little to cover what needs to remain hidden. Leslie’s article gives you the details of the laws in New Jersey about lewdness in public and it’s very through. So through that she calls it Everything You Wanted To Know About Being Lewd (or not).

That’s it for today’s new content. Don’t forget, you can use the links at the bottom of the home page to go back in time and see what you missed. And then there’s the Chat Room, The Library and a lot more. 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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