They call it Stormy Monday…

| Oct 5, 2009
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But it’s not raining here in Philly! I hope it’s dry where you live. Good day my little lemon drops. It’s time for another Monday Edition of TGForum! Today we lead off with something I never thought we’d see — a short edition of This Week In Transgenderism. Our stalwart News Editor Ronnie Rho has finally bagged and tagged all the TG news there is so there just wasn’t a lot left for this week. Still it’s quite a read so find out everything that happened in the world with the letters TG included. Read TWIT!

Next up is our resident cartoonist Kyra Kelly’s lovely toon Lexy Tranner. This month Lexy observes first hand how technology is making our lives better. Don’t miss Lexy Tranner — Weekend CD!

Dina Amberle has been scanning the media all month and she’s pulled a few items to focus her personal attention upon. She’s on the stories of the female boxers in India, the TG job fair in L.A. and how shoe designers seem dedicated to disappointing her with their latest efforts. Why can’t we get toe cleavage anymore? Don’t miss Dina’s Diner.

Is your caboose draggin’? Do you want more junk in your trunk? How about the kind of butt that would make rappers say you “got back?” There’s one way to get it that involves using your own body fat. What? I could have a gorgeous rear by moving that pot belly around? Tell us more! You’ll find that information in a article from Dr. Sherman Leis called Is The Brazilian Butt Lift Right For You?

And that pats it on the tush and puts this Monday Edition to bed. Read it, love it, don’t forget to give us your comments.

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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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