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Thursday, August 29, 2013

Transgender Kid's Camp

You haven't seen many posts from me on T-Central since the demise of Google Reader.  I have depended highly on Google Reader to keep track of the several hundred blogs that I have followed over the years.  I've tried various readers and, for now, have settled on InoReader.  I'm also trying out readers for the iPhone.  Hopefully, InoReader will do the job and I can get back to featuring blogs on T-Central.

Today, I'd like to feature a post that Kelli did about a month ago (just recently found it, sorry Kelli).  It's still her most recent post, and it is about her work with transgender kids.  Many of my trans friends know that I have a soft spot in my heart for transsexual kids.  I remember what I went through in my teens and pre-teens, and I wouldn't wish that on anyone.  

Kelli traveled out to California to work in a camp for transgender children.  She was carefully screened and subsequently accepted as a camp counselor.  How great is that?  And, this girl had never been to an overnight camp in her life!  It's well worth your time to read about Kelli, the kids, their parents, and, oh yes, the red ant invasion. 

It's a wonderful post, so do take a peek.  This One Time At Camp.

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

A Trans-Woman Who Lives As A Woman

    Self-identity is a contentious issue for trans people post-transition. At times it seems as though you'll have as many identities in a given place as people, each of which is jealously defended by its holder as the only correct one.
    From her little corner of the Nutmeg State, Diana offers us her take on self-identity based on her own observation. Have a read: A Trans-Woman Who Lives As A Woman.

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