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  1. Dear Friends, Just learned today that a Lesbian organization, BOLDfest, for women 50 + but welcoming of women of all ages that respect women 50 + now WELCOMES TRANSWOMEN who identifies as Lesbian! http://www.boldfest.com Please check them out! Your friend, Monica
  2. Today, I came across a moving and beautiful article by a reader of Lesbian Connection . . . "I am 64; I was born female and I have been Lesbian identified since I was 19 (soft butch). I was active in the Gay Rights and the Women's Rights movements. It is now 2015, and many things have changed." "I am weary of the ANTI-TRANSWOMEN words I keep reading here, and I'm having a hard time with some of the more caustic comments! I have not heard anybody say whether or not these women are actually transgender or transsexual; I am assuming transgender. If they are transgender, do they identify as Lesbian? Many do. I am also disappointed by women who insist on calling transwomen "men." I don't care what chromosomes they had at birth; I care about who they are. Are you still referring to Chaz Bono as 'she'?" "As Lesbians, we fought so hard for acceptance, and it is just inconceivable that we could be so unaccepting of another subculture whose journey is more difficult than many of ours. When I was younger, I was involved for nearly two years with a transgender woman (her physical and legal transition was complete when I met her). Because of this I had the enlightening opportunity to meet many other trans folks of both genders, and the chance to learn about and try to understand their world. I met many wonderful and sincere people, some of whom had suffered terrible abuse as transpersons. It does not matter what gender a person is born; if they do not identify with that gender, then life is a nightmare. I applaud those who have the strength and resources to make a very difficult change. Once they make it, they have every right to be seen as that gender, be it male to female, or female to male! I also happen to think that those in between have the right to be called whatever they feel identifies them." "I feel strongly that it is time to acknowledge that the world has changed considerably since the '70s. Lesbians have NOT been erased; we have been mainstreamed! Isn't that what most of us wanted - to be treated the same as Straight folks, with the same rights and opportunities?" "During my thirties, I pretty much lived in a Lesbian-dominated world, and I loved it. Then things started to change. I found myself with more Straight friends and working mostly with Straight people. Although I did not like the changes at first, I now realize I live in a much larger world. While I miss some things about the old days, I believe that living in this larger world is a good thing, and for my part, I am determined that it will be open to diversity, including transgender women. And I want to give my thumbs up to the readers who had the courage to give supportive comments about transwomen!" - Margaret P. Margaret P. writes a beautiful article about the importance of Lesbians to deal with their fear of losing their identity as they become mainstreamed rather than lashing out at another minority culture. Couldn't agree more!
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    Candy Mag's Sweet Cover

    Laia Garcia | December 15, 2014 "Our culture is currently experiencing a shift toward inclusiveness, especially as it relates to transgender issues. Shows like Netflix’s Orange is the New Black and Amazon’s Transparent, have given a face and a voice to a community that has long remained invisible." -Yahoo! Style Candy Magazine Reveals All Transgender Cover
  4. Michelle Garcia | November 12 2013 4:06 AM ET "“Militaries around the world are updating their policies, and we are already conducting research in Canada, Britain, and Australia to learn whether their trans-inclusive regulations have impacted readiness,” said Indra Lusero, the project’s director at the Center." --advocate.com Trans Billionaire Reporting for Duty
  5. The CDC releases updated guidelines, clarifying a policy that had been used to discriminate against transgender women. Parker Marie Molloy | December 23, 2013, 1:00 AM ET "They point to the Federal Employee Health Benefits Plan, which “requires carriers to provide all necessary preventive benefits and services for insured patients, including transgender individuals.” They go on to highlight a statement from the Department of Health and Human Services, in which HHS clarifies the language in the Affordable Care Act to make it clear that discriminating against transgender individuals is prohibited." --advocate.com CDC Reverses Discriminatory Breast Cancer Screening Rule for Trans People
  6. K.R. Ziegler, Ph.D., 01/25/2013 10:09 am "Art has always been an important site of resistance and identity making for trans people of color. We've used the medium to share our stories, document our lives and express our humanity. Fortunately for us, we are living in a media moment that thirsts to understand the trans experience, and trans people of color are quenching it with their diverse artistic visions." --huffingtonpost.com 11 Trans Artists of Color You Should Know in 2013 (w/Videos)
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    Transgender Icons

    HuffPo included a slideshow of transgender pioneers in a 20 November article for TDOR 2012. While TDOR has passed, I thought the slideshow would still be interesting. Transgender Day Of Remembrance 2012: 50 Transgender Icons - SLIDESHOW In addition to the HuffPo's presentation, I added names and pictures of a few more notable transmen to balance out the list - 35 of which are women. In running thru the list of "transgender icons" in the slideshow, I felt there were some well-known transmen that should have been included, as well as one that probably shouldn't have been. Okay, one that *I* don't think should have been. <shrugs>. Sorry. Anyway, perhaps some of you will recognize some of these men - I'm sure the guys will recognize a good many of them -- Kylar Broadus - Attorney, found of TPOCC (Image source: glad.org) Loren Cameron - Author, photographer, activist (Photo DA) Ian Harvey - Comedian (Image source: unk) Rocco Kayiatos - Hiphop rapper, producer (Image source: campuspride.org) Jamison Green - Writer, educator ) (Image source: jamisongreen.com) Leslie FeinBerg - Author, activist (Image source: impcourt.org) Scott Turner Schofield - Performer (Image source: smilepolitely.com) Ben A. Barres - Neurobiologist (Image source: myelinrepair.org) Meryn Cadell - Writer, performance artist, assist. professor (Image source: winnipegcomedyfestival.com) Patrick Califia - Writer (Image source: americansfortruth.com) Continued .....
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    Nico Lang Interviews....

    Nico Lang, Posted: 09/25/2012 1:31 pm "My name is KOKUMO (pronounced "koh-koo-mah"). I gave myself that name, because KOKUMO is Yoruba, a West African Dialect, for "This woman will not die."" -KOKUMO ........................................................................... "Nick: Where do you want to see trans* women, specifically of color, in five years, from your work and from other people's work? Kokumo: I want the media depiction of trans* people to move beyond whether or not we had a surgery, or what was our name before we transitioned, or whether or not were passive or active; I want it to be about who we are as people." -huffingtonpost Interview with KOKUMO, Chicago Trans* Activist and Founder of KOKUMOMEDIA
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    "Beauties" Demand Rights

    A transgender woman from the Philippines recently won an international beauty competition, but Filipina trans rights advocate Naomi Fontanos tells Gay Star News there’s more to transgender life than looking beautiful 14 November 2012 | By Anna Leach Transgender women are nearly as visible in the Philippines as they are in Thailand, but does that mean the have a full bill of rights? Far from it, says Naomi Fontanos, founder of transgender rights group GANDA (Gender and Development Advocates) Filipinas. --gaystarnews.com Beauties demand rights
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