• The Week In Transgenderism

    The Week In Transgenderism

    | Apr 13, 2015 | Comments (0)

    All the TG news that’s fit to print! It’s TWIT! Today we learn that a trans woman has won a battle with the army. Elton John and Michael Stipe scold Georgia for mistreatment of a TG prisoner. Bruce Jenner news and controversy. Your DNA may reveal why you’re trans. Kristen Beck is honored. The White House condemns “reparative” therapy. Chinese trans TV hosts and Japanese transvestite TV host robots. More on the soldier who killed a Filipina woman. A remake of Rocky Horror? All that and more is waiting for you in TWIT!

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  • Dina's Diner

    Dina’s Diner

    | Apr 13, 2015 | Comments (0)

    Once again our culture cook Dina Amberle has skimmed up a variety of ingredients from the Internet and whipped it together, popped it in her cerebral oven and dishes it up as the main course in Dina’s Diner. Today she talks about leggings as pants, discloses what pinup girls really looked like, appreciates a financial reporter’s assets, introduces us to some Jewish drag queens and a bit more. Come on into the Diner, take a seat, order a cup of java and be prepared for a tasty treat.

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  • Femme Nails on the Down Low

    Femme Nails on the Down Low

    | Apr 13, 2015 | Comments (1)

    As crossdressers we love to emulate the things that women do, and wear what women wear. Many women enjoy having long nails decorated with colorful (or dark and foreboding) polish, or even adorn them with designs and jewels. That’s hard to do if you have to spend the work week in male mode. But it can be done. Here are some nail tips on having femme nails.

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  • Ladyboys: Ignorant and Unconscionable

    Ladyboys: Ignorant and Unconscionable

    | Apr 13, 2015 | Comments (0)

    To many Thailand seems like a transgender paradise. A place where beautiful ladyboys live as pampered courtesans or acclaimed entertainment stars. This view of Thailand is not what the real Thailand is like. While trans people have been a visible part of the Thai landscape for many years acceptance of their existence is not the same as embracing their presence. Christine Burr reports on the discrimination the ladyboys face in the “Land of Smiles.”

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  • Chanelle’s College CD Survival Guide, Part 4

    Chanelle’s College CD Survival Guide, Part 4

    | Apr 13, 2015 | Comments (0)

    Attention all crossdressing co-eds! Our sexy Russian college girl, Chanelle Nirok, has put together a video series on how to crossdress and have fun while you’re living in a dorm. Is that possible? Dorm life is a bit restrictive so how does a young CD express herself in that environment? Chanelle wraps up her lectures today with Part 4.

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  • David de Alba Interviews Stephanie Williams

    David de Alba Interviews Stephanie Williams

    | Apr 13, 2015 | Comments (1)

    David de Alba graciously allows us to republish his interviews with entertainers that he features on his website. This interview with Stephanie Williams a well known entertainer who worked all across the country and spent a number of years producing shows in New Orlean was conducted in 2000. Ms. Williams is now living full time as a woman and living in Las Vegas.

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  • The Week In Transgenderism

    The Week In Transgenderism

    | Apr 6, 2015 | Comments (0)

    What’s happened lately in the world of transgenderism? Lady Ellen’s finishing school for CDs was in the news. NCTE pulled an April Fool’s joke. Female athletes with too much male hormone and a trans woman athlete facing discrimination were in the news. The DOJ has weighed in on trans issues in schools and prisons. Trans Mormons are coming out. A gay and trans gang is getting into the fashion biz. The International Transgender Day of Visibility happened. There are more roles opening for trans actors. All that and a few TWITs make up this edition of The Week In Transgenderism!

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The Week In Transgenderism

| Apr 13, 2015 | Comments (0)

All the TG news that’s fit to print! It’s TWIT! Today we learn that a trans woman has won a battle with the army. Elton John and Michael Stipe scold Georgia for mistreatment of a TG prisoner. Bruce Jenner news and controversy. Your DNA may reveal why you’re trans. Kristen Beck is honored. The White House condemns “reparative” therapy. Chinese trans TV hosts and Japanese transvestite TV host robots. More on the soldier who killed a Filipina woman. A remake of Rocky Horror? All that and more is waiting for you in TWIT!

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Dina’s Diner

| Apr 13, 2015 | Comments (0)

Once again our culture cook Dina Amberle has skimmed up a variety of ingredients from the Internet and whipped it together, popped it in her cerebral oven and dishes it up as the main course in Dina’s Diner. Today she talks about leggings as pants, discloses what pinup girls really looked like, appreciates a financial reporter’s assets, introduces us to some Jewish drag queens and a bit more. Come on into the Diner, take a seat, order a cup of java and be prepared for a tasty treat.

Read More

Femme Nails on the Down Low

| Apr 13, 2015 | Comments (1)

As crossdressers we love to emulate the things that women do, and wear what women wear. Many women enjoy having long nails decorated with colorful (or dark and foreboding) polish, or even adorn them with designs and jewels. That’s hard to do if you have to spend the work week in male mode. But it can be done. Here are some nail tips on having femme nails.

Read More

Ladyboys: Ignorant and Unconscionable

| Apr 13, 2015 | Comments (0)

To many Thailand seems like a transgender paradise. A place where beautiful ladyboys live as pampered courtesans or acclaimed entertainment stars. This view of Thailand is not what the real Thailand is like. While trans people have been a visible part of the Thai landscape for many years acceptance of their existence is not the same as embracing their presence. Christine Burr reports on the discrimination the ladyboys face in the “Land of Smiles.”

Read More

Chanelle’s College CD Survival Guide, Part 4

| Apr 13, 2015 | Comments (0)

Attention all crossdressing co-eds! Our sexy Russian college girl, Chanelle Nirok, has put together a video series on how to crossdress and have fun while you’re living in a dorm. Is that possible? Dorm life is a bit restrictive so how does a young CD express herself in that environment? Chanelle wraps up her lectures today with Part 4.

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David de Alba Interviews Stephanie Williams

| Apr 13, 2015 | Comments (1)

David de Alba graciously allows us to republish his interviews with entertainers that he features on his website. This interview with Stephanie Williams a well known entertainer who worked all across the country and spent a number of years producing shows in New Orlean was conducted in 2000. Ms. Williams is now living full time as a woman and living in Las Vegas.

Read More

The Week In Transgenderism

| Apr 6, 2015 | Comments (0)

What’s happened lately in the world of transgenderism? Lady Ellen’s finishing school for CDs was in the news. NCTE pulled an April Fool’s joke. Female athletes with too much male hormone and a trans woman athlete facing discrimination were in the news. The DOJ has weighed in on trans issues in schools and prisons. Trans Mormons are coming out. A gay and trans gang is getting into the fashion biz. The International Transgender Day of Visibility happened. There are more roles opening for trans actors. All that and a few TWITs make up this edition of The Week In Transgenderism!

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Babs is given The 2015 Advocacy Humanitarian Award

| Apr 6, 2015 | Comments (0)

Last Thursday night the American Conference on Diversity (ACoD) presented our own Babs Casbar Siperstein with their 2015 Advocacy Humanitarian Award during a spectacular 20th Anniversary Statewide Fundraising Gala in West Orange, NJ. What prompted this honor? Bab’s dedication to the ongoing fight for transgender rights. We present her acceptance speech today.

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Be Naughty — Wear a Skirt

| Apr 6, 2015 | Comments (0)

Talking to our crossdressers here; when you get a chance to go out and about would you rather wear a skirt or leggings, or pants? Most would CDs would say they love to wear a skirt. Why? Skirts are one of the most feminine items of attire. Of course dresses have skirts but with a skirt you get to change the top. Some women, more often younger women, avoid skirts claiming that they are more comfortable in jeans. Maybe they just don’t know how to wear skirts properly. Tasi has skirt advice for one and all.

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Chanelle’s College CD Survival Guide, Part 3

| Apr 6, 2015 | Comments (1)

Attention all crossdressing co-eds, our college girl, Chanelle Nirok, has put together a video series on how to crossdress and have fun while you’re living in the dorm. Is that possible? Dorm life is a bit restrictive so how does a young CD express herself in that environment? Chanelle educates you further in Part 3 of this series. There will be a test.

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Perpetual Change — Rouge Mary

| Apr 6, 2015 | Comments (0)

Perpetual Change features an interview with Rouge Mary, one of the vocalists who works with Hercules and Love Affair. Rouge Mary also sings with other groups and comes from a gospel music background. Speaking of gospel, there’s music news about Rev. Yolanda. Plus other music news and mini reviews of new music from Marina and The Diamonds and Avener. Read about it and listen to sample tracks in Perpetual Change.

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Footnotes of Orientation

| Apr 6, 2015 | Comments (1)

Popeye said “I yam what I yam and that’s all that I yam.” The Artist D on the other hand is many things. But lately she has found that some of the things she is are getting her more attention than the things she want to get attention for. And it all has do do with how society defines people. She is The Artist D and that can’t be much clearer. Read on and find out what other people think she is.

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Land of the Free: Hardly. When did that change?

| Apr 6, 2015 | Comments (2)

Linda Jensen comments to today on the ongoing “restroom wars” that are being waged in several states around the country. Being from Canada, a country that shares many values with the U.S.A., Linda has a unique perspective. How about if we stop trying to convince people that restroom use is a civil right and use a different approach for a return to commonsense? Find out what Linda suggests.

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The Week In Transgenderism

| Mar 30, 2015 | Comments (0)

It’s The Week In Transgenderism! Jazz Jennings was on television. Rene Richards talks about her coming out in the ’70s. The TG community is miffed with Zoey Tur. A trans man teen takes his own life. More photos of Eddie Redmayne as The Danish Girl. Trans hirstory in L.A. A video interview with David de Alba. Trans books for kids. Legislation. Restrooms. We’ve got it all in TWIT!

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