• The Week In Transgenderism

    The Week In Transgenderism

    | Sep 29, 2014 | Comments (0)

    And now the TG news! Chelsea Manning is back in the headlines. Wigstock is dead. Long live Bushwig! The EEOC has gone after employers who fired their transitioning employees. If you heard that Sharia Law is bad, find out how bad it is for TGs in Malaysia. Are trans themed shows the gay shows of the 2000s? A photographer documents the lives of hijra. Facebook vs. queens continues. Plus news about drag on campus, trans themed films and more is all waiting for you in TWIT!

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  • Dina's Diner

    Dina’s Diner

    | Sep 29, 2014 | Comments (0)

    Dina Amberle takes bits of this and pieces of that from the media and whips them into a concoction that is sure to please the most discriminating palate. It’s Dina’s Diner! Today she stirs in the story of actual runners modeling sportswear for Fashion Week. Then she takes a pinch of women who have spent thousands of dollars to make their breast gigantic, adds in a bit on women who just want a temporary boost to the girls, and tops it off with an appreciation of short-shorts. Check out the tasty dish from Dina’s Diner!

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  • The Duchess Speaks to Crossdressers

    The Duchess Speaks to Crossdressers

    | Sep 29, 2014 | Comments (0)

    Crossdressers need role models, people they can look up to whose fashion sense can be trusted as a guide for how to look your best in femme attire. Some crossdressers choose young female pop stars as their role models. Others pick housewives from 1950s sitcoms as the style they want to emulate. Tasi suggests you follow the royal tastes of The Duchess of Cambridge. With Kate Middleton you can’t go wrong.

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  • Victoria Williams Talks About Identity

    Victoria Williams Talks About Identity

    | Sep 29, 2014 | Comments (0)

    Victoria Williams, our Video Fashion Tip woman, veers away from fashion to discuss identity. Fall is the season when many trans people begin their first tentative steps into public interaction. They have Halloween as an excuse so they take advantage of that to act as cover is anyone says anything negative. They may then start to go out more, or they may hustle back into the closet for another year. Victoria discusses how that first step out can be the start to developing your femme identity.

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  • Ladyboy Gangs Rounded up in Pattaya

    Ladyboy Gangs Rounded up in Pattaya

    | Sep 29, 2014 | Comments (0)

    Pattaya, the beach resort in Thailand, has its share of ladyboys. Most of them are trying to better themselves and get legitimate jobs but there are only so many spots in show biz. Other’s are hoping to meet that wealthy foreign gentleman and move out of Thailand live as his wife. While that does happen from time to time the more likely ending is one of prostitution and crime. Christine Burr takes you on a visit to Pattaya today.

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  • Dawn Benedict, TV Detective -- Murder at the Lavender and Leather

    Dawn Benedict, TV Detective — Murder at the Lavender and Leather

    | Sep 29, 2014 | Comments (0)

    It was the middle of last century. That crazy year 1995. TGForum was still using html code to publish on the thing most people were still using the full name for, the World Wide Web. Back then TGF had a dame who could write a gutsy noir mystery and keep you all worked up like a school girl before prom waitin’ for the next chapter. The doll’s name was Rachael Robbins and her detective was Dawn Benedict, a babe who could work both sides of the gender border while solving a case. Take a trip back to the ’90s as we present “Murder at the Lavender and Leather” in a TGF Rerun.

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  • Using TGF Features -- Your Profile

    Using TGF Features — Your Profile

    | Sep 29, 2014 | Comments (3)

    We’re beginning a series on how to use various features of TGForum so you get the most out of the social networking aspects of the site. Today we concentrate on your Profile. That’s the feature that let’s you share whatever about yourself you wish to share with other TGF users. You can also see what your TGF friends are doing on the site and more.

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The Week In Transgenderism

| Sep 29, 2014 | Comments (0)

And now the TG news! Chelsea Manning is back in the headlines. Wigstock is dead. Long live Bushwig! The EEOC has gone after employers who fired their transitioning employees. If you heard that Sharia Law is bad, find out how bad it is for TGs in Malaysia. Are trans themed shows the gay shows of the 2000s? A photographer documents the lives of hijra. Facebook vs. queens continues. Plus news about drag on campus, trans themed films and more is all waiting for you in TWIT!

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Dina’s Diner

| Sep 29, 2014 | Comments (0)

Dina Amberle takes bits of this and pieces of that from the media and whips them into a concoction that is sure to please the most discriminating palate. It’s Dina’s Diner! Today she stirs in the story of actual runners modeling sportswear for Fashion Week. Then she takes a pinch of women who have spent thousands of dollars to make their breast gigantic, adds in a bit on women who just want a temporary boost to the girls, and tops it off with an appreciation of short-shorts. Check out the tasty dish from Dina’s Diner!

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The Duchess Speaks to Crossdressers

| Sep 29, 2014 | Comments (0)

Crossdressers need role models, people they can look up to whose fashion sense can be trusted as a guide for how to look your best in femme attire. Some crossdressers choose young female pop stars as their role models. Others pick housewives from 1950s sitcoms as the style they want to emulate. Tasi suggests you follow the royal tastes of The Duchess of Cambridge. With Kate Middleton you can’t go wrong.

Read More

Victoria Williams Talks About Identity

| Sep 29, 2014 | Comments (0)

Victoria Williams, our Video Fashion Tip woman, veers away from fashion to discuss identity. Fall is the season when many trans people begin their first tentative steps into public interaction. They have Halloween as an excuse so they take advantage of that to act as cover is anyone says anything negative. They may then start to go out more, or they may hustle back into the closet for another year. Victoria discusses how that first step out can be the start to developing your femme identity.

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Ladyboy Gangs Rounded up in Pattaya

| Sep 29, 2014 | Comments (0)

Pattaya, the beach resort in Thailand, has its share of ladyboys. Most of them are trying to better themselves and get legitimate jobs but there are only so many spots in show biz. Other’s are hoping to meet that wealthy foreign gentleman and move out of Thailand live as his wife. While that does happen from time to time the more likely ending is one of prostitution and crime. Christine Burr takes you on a visit to Pattaya today.

Read More

Dawn Benedict, TV Detective — Murder at the Lavender and Leather

| Sep 29, 2014 | Comments (0)

It was the middle of last century. That crazy year 1995. TGForum was still using html code to publish on the thing most people were still using the full name for, the World Wide Web. Back then TGF had a dame who could write a gutsy noir mystery and keep you all worked up like a school girl before prom waitin’ for the next chapter. The doll’s name was Rachael Robbins and her detective was Dawn Benedict, a babe who could work both sides of the gender border while solving a case. Take a trip back to the ’90s as we present “Murder at the Lavender and Leather” in a TGF Rerun.

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The Week In Transgenderism

| Sep 22, 2014 | Comments (0)

Laverne Cox hosts a show about trans issues. India has it’s first trans newswoman. Fallon Fox gets flack for that supposed advantage of being born male. A Philadelphia area TG’s transition story makes the news. First a homecoming queen, now a homecoming king. Isis King is not the king in question. She’s busy looking for love. Facebook upsets drag royalty by demanding they use their “real” names. Honey, this is my real name! Beauty and the Beach is fast approaching. You can watch “Transparent” on Amazon Prime this Friday. There’s so much more news we have to stop. Don’t miss your TWIT!

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Perpetual Change: Hedwig CD Review and More

| Sep 22, 2014 | Comments (0)

Pamela DeGroff reviews the Broadcast CD of Hedwig and the Angry Inch which features Neil Patrick Harris as Hedwig. Pam finds that Doogie Howser has a good hard rock voice and uses it to good effect. Pam has audio clips so you can hear samples from some of the songs. Then she has news about Beth Isbell, Coco Peru, Justin Vivian Bond and Storm Florez. Does she stop there? No, she goes on with a mini review to he new Arianna Grande CD and has a mini-mini review of Cherry Cherry Boom Boom with a full track to listen to.

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Namesake for Goodness Sake

| Sep 22, 2014 | Comments (0)

The Artist D comments today on the urgent need our society has to give everyone a single, “real” identity. When people ask The Artist what her “real” name is they just can’t wrap their brains around it being a single letter. Now Facebook has begun to demand “Your papers, please!” and to The Artist D that looks like there is less room for multiple identities than before. How will that affect us?

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TG Vets Can’t Get Military Benefits

| Sep 22, 2014 | Comments (0)

Trans veterans much more likely to suffer discrimination than non trans civilians As we know, Repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” did nothing to allow transgender people to serve in the military. But, as the spotlight of LGBT rights shines on the recent progress of lesbians and gays, it also highlights all the areas where […]

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The 35th Annual First Event

| Sep 22, 2014 | Comments (0)

If you want to start your conference/convention/dressing fun early next year check out First Event 2015 which is moving to Waltham, Massachusetts this  coming January. First Event has always produced a good event with lots of happening things. Here is a press release from First Event with more information on the 2015 gathering. From Konnor Crewe Announcing the […]

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Nutrition: How Important Is It?

| Sep 22, 2014 | Comments (0)

Most trans people have big issues to occupy their thoughts. They often tend to forget the basic issues that will help them get the most out of life, whether they are transitioning to a new life or simply wanting to be healthy and fit so as to better enjoy their life. Here are some health […]

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The Week In Transgenderism

| Sep 15, 2014 | Comments (0)

Colorado Springs is the home of a happy trans homecoming queen. Not everyone is thrilled. A study has determined that puberty blockers are good for TG kids. Andreja Pejic wants your help to tell her story. Dr. Sherman Leis made the local paper. One of the top 200 CEOs is a trans woman. Drag queens on T-shirts? Facebook demands drag performers use their legal names. What’s 3-years-old and called Bushwig. A Thai photographer documents the lives of trans sex workers. A Thai trans actress is also an entrepreneur. The story of a not so famous TG model. Conchita Wurst has a gig coming up. All that and more is in TWIT!

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