2012 Transgender Conferences


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First Event 2012 is being held at the Boston Marriott Peabody, MA on January 18-22, 2012

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The Empire Conference in Albany, New York · April 12-14, 2012

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Diva Las Vegas Sunday, April 22 thru Friday, April 27, 2012 in Las Vegas, NV

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Esprit 2012 Pacific Northwest Transgender Convention in Port Angeles, WA, May 13 - 20, 2012

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Camp Aranu'tiq Camp for transgender youth in Southern California July 1-7, 2012

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Gender Odyssey 2012 August 2nd – 5th, 2012 in Seattle, WA

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Camp Aranu'tiq Camp for transgender youth in Southern New England August 19-25, 2012

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Southern Comfort Conference Sep 18 - Sep 23, 2012 in Atlanta, GA

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Fantasia Fair October 14-21, 2012 in Provincetown, MA

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Thanks lori I was thinking about this very thing but you got to it before I had a chance .

I am planning on attending the SCC just have a few days before regestration starts , yeash were did the time go ... Aaahhh

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‘Be-All’ Chicago transgender conference called off after 30 years

by Tony Merevick on December 29, 2012

From the Chicago Phoenix news: http://chicagophoeni...ence-cancelled/

Is this the beginning of future for transgender conference cancellations?

Janet

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As the artlicle states this may be a good thing. The young are finding that they don't need a once a year conference because they are already out and about living their lives. I was thinking the same would eventually happen regarding the annual LGBT parades. I do agree though that the conferences should scale down their costs in accordance with declining attendance but not completely stop them since I still think there is a need.

Bonnie

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As the artlicle states this may be a good thing. The young are finding that they don't need a once a year conference because they are already out and about living their lives. I was thinking the same would eventually happen regarding the annual LGBT parades. I do agree though that the conferences should scale down their costs in accordance with declining attendance but not completely stop them since I still think there is a need.

Bonnie

Yes I agree with your post Bonnie. If it were not for the internet where would transgendered persons find information? Myself found a copy of IFGE's Tapestry: http://www.ifge.org/tgmag/tgmagtop.htm early 1990's in a adult book store and subscribed to that magazine for a few years before the internet was ported to the general public. Also subscribed a few years to JoAnn Roberts "Ladylike" magazine after viewing the Ladylike ad in Tapestry magazine: http://www.cdspub.com/ll.html JoAnn Roberts also hosts a forum TG Forum: http://www.tgforum.com/wordpress/ You will be requested to sign up to read all the content on that forum.

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