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| Nov 24, 2008
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Well my little dim sum, it’s another Monday and here, just like always, is the Monday Edition of TGForum. This week we wrap up the adventures of 14th century transman bad boy Catalina de Erauso. You’ll never guess how it ends. Another stabbing? Go ahead, read TG History and find out.

This Week in Transgenderism once again opens a door into the world of TGs in the media. Ronnie Rho has sifted, sorted and assembled a massive dose of TGs in the news. From protests against the new TG mayor, to word about Tyra’s present to Isis, to a story on a part of Mexico where a man can be a woman if he wants and nobody gets upset, it’s all here in TWIT Notes.

Not busy enough with TWIT, Miss Rho (who had been moping around the office and getting underfoot for awhile) has found a new purpose for her life. Not only are we glad that she isn’t moping anymore but we find the tale of how she came to her new direction to be uplifting and inspirational. The word “change” has been used a lot just lately but “change” is what we need and Ronnie’s Change is Coming may change your course through life.

And bringing up the rear for today’s edition is a TGF Rerun. From time to time we dive deep into the Library and bring out a classic of days gone by. Today’s classic Rerun is from the ’90s when the prolific Laurie Sheril did a series called Drag in the Cinema. In part 56 of her series she covered a film that was the pilot for the Mike Hammer detective series called Murder Me, Murder You. The film featured a fantastic drag performance and I actually saw it when it aired. I was stunned. At the time Laure wrote her piece on the film it wasn’t available on DVD (or tape) but you can check and other online sources.

That’s it for this edition. 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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