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Getting a link to your blog listed on T-Central is easy. Here are the guidelines.

Your blog is open to the public and active

Your blog must be accessible to the general public, not private or restricted. As well, the blog should be updated at least periodically.

Your blog is at least 30 days old

If you have just started a blog, keep writing! We look forward to what you have to say, but we want to make sure that a blog has some "staying power" before we publish a link.

Your blog does not violate T-Central community standards

T-Central exists to provide an opportunity for those considering themselves transgenders, transvestites, crossdressers, genderqueers, drag queens, transsexuals, etc., as well as their partners, spouses, and family members, to seek greater exposure, education, and community. We consider any of the following content, either in the blog itself or linked from the blog, to be unacceptable:
  • Contains abuse of, harassment of, stalking of, or threats to a person or persons
  • Is libelous, defamatory, knowingly false, or that knowingly misrepresents another person
  • Infringes upon any copyright, trademark, trade secret, or patent of any third party. (If you quote or excerpt someone's content, it is your responsibility to provide proper attribution to the original author. For a clear definition of proper attribution and fair use, please see The Electronic Frontier Foundation's Legal Guide for Bloggers at this URL: http://www.eff.org/bloggers/lg/.)
  • Violates any obligation of confidentiality
  • Contains hardcore pornography

The T-Central administrators and authors use these guidelines, as well as our own judgment, to determine unacceptable content on a case-by-case basis. We reserve the right to change these standards at any time without notice. We also reserve the right to remove links to any content at any time.

We welcome your help upholding these community guidelines. If you are concerned about any content you see on sites listed on T-Central that you think violates our guidelines, we invite you to contact us. Thank you for working with us to create a great environment for our community.

Please consider placing a link to T-Central on your blog.  It will help both you and your fellow bloggers.

85 comments:

  1. Hi would please consider linking my blog? Thanks very much
    juliabrightly.com
    http://www.blogger.com/blogger.g?blogID=8627534684740606075#allposts
    Many thanks
    Julia

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  2. I'd love to join your community and reach out to others. I've been writing for awhile but just started keeping my thoughts electronically. http://jacquelinecd.blogspot.com/
    Jaclyn

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  3. Hey, I wonder if you'd link my blog? It's www.genderlane.blogspot.co.uk
    Thanks very much! :)
    Kate

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  4. Hi I would love it if you could add http://www.karladreams.com/ Transgender Blog with lots of information to help on the road to happiness :)

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  5. Hey Calie , I just want to asked if are you accepting dating blogs.I am transgender woman and owns a dating site. http://mytranssexualdate.com/ My site has nothing to do with pornography as what we usually see online. I wish to make a change since I believe we trans women needs a decent place in search for a date,

    And my blog focuses on the challenges of transgender dating and transgender relationship or transgender in general. I hope I can have my blog listed and make it more interactive among trans women specially about dating. Here is the link of my blog http://mytranssexualdate.com/blog/

    Hope to hear from you soon.

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  6. Hi
    I moved my blog "Angie's Aspirations" from WordPress to Blogger a few months ago. I notice that the old blog is gradually descending towards cobweb corner, as these days it just has a link to the new one. However, the new one is alive and kicking and it would be lovely to have it listed here.

    http://angiesaspirations.blogspot.co.uk/

    Thanks,
    Angie

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    1. Got your new blog listed, Angie, and your old blog is still on the list.

      Calie

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  7. Hi. My blog as a mom of a MTF Trans*girl is new, but I wanted to share and how many posts/how old does a blog need to be to be added to your list? I am at trainsanddresses.blogspot.com

    Thank you for this resource...I am going to go read (a lot) right now!

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    1. Thank you so much for allowing us to post your blog. Trans kids have a special place in my heart.

      Since this site covers the entire transgender spectrum, you will see crossdressing blogs mixed in with transsexual blogs, etc.

      Calie

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  8. Hello! My wife and I have dedicated our site everythingtrans.com to focus on transgender, relationship, and fashion topics. Our goal to bring the LGBTQIA closer together through gender expression and help others find a healthy way to express their trans qualities.

    It great to see that the trans community is being heard!

    http://everythingtrans.com

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    1. Sorry for the delay. You're listed! Nice looking blog!

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  9. Hi. I'm hoping to have my blog added to T central. my original atempt at a blog "Roannes Hug Central" has been discontinued, although it is still sitting there.http://trans-illuminations.blogspot.com/ has been my active blog now for a number of years. I was online friends with Lori when she started this site. Thank you for you time. Hugs. Roanne

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  10. Hi Roanne! I tried to add your blog to the main "The People" section and Blogger came back and said that your blog had no "feed". That should be easy for you to fix. Send me an email if you do. calietg@gmail.com For now, it's listed on the right side of the page under Trans Links - General. You want it listed on the main list, so add the feed.

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  11. Hi.I have a blog that your readers might like. lisa73rhodes.wordpress.com Thanks.

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    1. You said you didn't want it featured and that's fine Do you want it listed?

      Calie

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  12. Hey! I've been blogging regularly for about a year now at janitorqueer.com
    Topics include: genderqueer and non-binary identities, low-dose testosterone information, relationships, coming out, doing drag, etc.
    Hope you'll check it out and consider adding it to this amazing resource-website!

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  13. You're listed and, yes, a good resource.

    Calie

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    1. oh wow! I didn't even know! I gotta go and look a little more thoroughly... Thank you!

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  14. Hi

    We have recently redone our website as a Wordpress site and so the link to our blog has changed. It is now located on the front page (www.femimage.com) rather than a separate page (www.femimage.com/blog). Please update our link for your site.

    Thanks - Denae

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    1. It has been re-listed in the "Other Stuff" category on the right side of the page. Thanks for the notification. - Calie

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  15. I had a blog years ago called "Lighter side of being transgender" and quit writing because of paranoia and insecurity. I'm back to writing another light hearted blog using a bit more maturity and a lot less anxiety. I would like to see if anyone is interested in what I have to say.

    Thank you for your consideration Leigh Anne

    http://stillapieceofwork.blogspot.com/

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    1. Hi Leigh Anne,

      You're listed. Thanks for letting us know about your blog.

      Calie

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  16. Hi Calie

    I wonder if you would be kind enough to list my blog


    http://harmonybelle.blogspot.com/


    Thank you for your consideration.

    Regards Belinda

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  17. Got you listed, Belinda. Thanks for letting us know about your blog.

    Calie

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  18. I have a blog that focuses on transvestite/crossdresser issues: http://jessicasayyida.blogspot.com/
    I've been a professional writer for more than 20 years - and a crossdresser all my life - but this is my first attempt at a blog.

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  19. I have a blog located at http://aleanasjourney.com/ I post everyday and it is changing a lot. I hope to be adding a news section in the future. I am in Tasmania Australia. Would love to have it posted.

    Kind regards
    Aleana

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  20. Aleana and Jessica - Both of your blogs are listed. Thanks!

    Calie

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  21. Hi! Could you list my blog, "Transforming Perspective" commutatprospectu.blogspot.com please? Thank you!!

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  22. I have a blog and now a pretty humorous and at times emotional podcast regarding my transgendered journey as well as the gender fluidity of my now non-gender specific offspring. You can check it (and us) out at http://www.adventuresintransgendering.com

    thanks! dig

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  23. Transforming Perspective and Adventures in Transgendering have both been listed. Thanks you two!

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  24. Hello. I am the Trans* Author of 'Something4TheJourney In my blog I support trans-issues and am a trans activist. I am a trans woman who up until recently have been living in the States, but I was sent to prison for a period. Recently my blog has been documenting America's treatment of transgender people in prison. I feel it may be of huge interest and help to many and so request its inclusion on to your list. Many thanks, Abby x The link is here :)

    http://something4thejourney.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Hi Abby. I have your blog listed.

      Calie xx

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  25. Hi, I sent a comment but it doesn't look like it published, so I apologize if I posted twice. I have a blog in Spanish that maybe you could add to the non-English blogs list. It's mostly for trans men but there's general information that applies to trans women as well. I post about medical transition, legal transition in my country, my own experiences, videos and news articles I find from other sites, and other stuff. I try to post something every week. The link is transexualidadftm.blogspot.com. Thanks!

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    1. I've got it listed. I may move these non-English blogs into the main section. Google translate is getting so good now. I was easily able to see your content with the translation feature. Always nice to see FtM blogs. You'll note that we do have several listed..

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  26. Hi, I started making a blog a while ago I would like to share my experiences with people so if you could add me I'd be really honored :) http://alicethekitten.blogspot.nl Cheers!

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  27. Hi, I started my blog several months ago and have accumulated a decent readership. I blog about my transition and other related transgender topics (media, politics, queer theory, etc.) and I usually update it at least twice a week, if not more. It would be amazing if you added me to your list. Thanks!
    -Emma

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  28. Hi Alice and Emma!

    I have both of your blogs listed. Thanks for the listings!

    Calie

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  29. I created a blog a month ago, I don't have much of a following, but it's updated often. I'm a non-transitioning, sigh, transgender, so I try to keep my topics within that realm. I'm hopeful that this is as helpful to others as I would like to it be for me. I would appreciate your listing me, thanks. It's called "Right Brain Wrong Body" http://rbwb.blogspot.com/

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  30. Hi, could you list my blog please? I had a popular blog listed here a while a go (Danielle's not so Secret Diary), I'm back to talk about my transition and I do post regularly. Thank you!

    http://danilostintransition.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Hi Dani. Sorry for the late reply. You're listed.

      Calie

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  31. The Transcend Movement is a web space for transgender people of all persuasions, including crossdreamers, transsexuals, and gender nonconforming.

    Hip gender surfers come to listen to legendary downtempo DJ, Transcend, get style advice from Electra L or to seek out philosopher, Felix Conrad. Enjoy!

    http://transcendmovement.com/

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    1. I looked at your site. Got you listed under Trans Links. Let me know if there is a blog on the site I can link to also.

      Calie

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  32. T-Central is such a valuable resource for the trans community, but I have to ask: Did you folks actually read 4thWaveNow before listing it?

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    1. Anon - Thanks for the comment about T-Central.

      Regarding 4th Wave, we try to list any non-porn trans related blogs. The only problem I have is that I listed it under the "Personal Thoughts" section when it is much better suited for the "Opposing Opinions" section over on the lower right of the page. There some blogs that we have listed that I don't necessarily agree with, but I feel that there is a place for these blogs on T-Central.

      Halle, Jenny and I never delete a blog without discussion and since you have brought it up, I'll discuss with them. If the majority wants it off, it will go away.

      I really do thank you for the comments. I'm not sure why I didn't put it in the "Opposing Opinions" section in the first place.

      Calie

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  33. I have been going about 45 days. Committed.

    http://www.rhondasescape.com/ please link my blog - Rhonda's Escape

    Thanks

    Rhonda Williams

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  34. Hello, here is a link to my latest piece. This writing is from my heart.

    http://genderapostates.com/trans-activism-and-the-promotion-of-sex/#more-445

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  35. Hi everyone

    I would love for my blog to be added here. I am the CIS female wife of a transgendered partner who is in the initial stages of a permanent and full transition. I'm very new to blogging and am updating my blog on a very regular basis

    itsallaboutmylucy.blogspot.com

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  36. Hi there,

    I would love it if you could link my blog. Talking about my husbands transition M2F from the point of view of a loving and supporting CIS wife

    http://itsallaboutmylucy.blogspot.co.uk/

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  37. Hello there, I just discovered this can you believe?
    I'm a part-time crossdresser and have been faithfully keeping a blog on the subject for a couple of years now. I would be honoured to be part of this online community :)
    www.annasecretpoet.wordpress.com
    Thanking you in anticipation
    Anna/Gary x
    Thanking you in anticipation

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  38. I post a regular blog about day to day life as transgender, political events that effect us, and some hopefully humorous stories. JessHaust.com, I would love for you to give it your consideration.

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  39. Hi I am Natalie Ash,
    I have a blog called Natalie's Rainbow. The URL is http://nataliesrainbow.com/ I write articles about whatever catches my eye. While it is an LGBT site, not everything is LGBT related. I can only move from the position of a trans-woman, but I do accept guest authors. I am asking you to list me, as I have not seen my listing anywhere here.
    With Love,
    Natalie

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    1. Hi Natalie,

      Your blog is now listed. Thank you for letting us know about your site.

      Calie xx

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  40. Could I be added to your list? http://transmuseplanet.blogspot.com/

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  41. Hi. I've been writing my blog for a few weeks now and would really love to be listed on T-Central. It's just thoughts that occur to me as I try and work my way through the mire of doubts and uncertainties as I progress through life as a TG. The address is http://selinastransition.blogspot.co.uk/ Many thanks

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  42. Here is my blog post on the importance of people over the movement.

    http://genderapostates.com/the-value-in-people/

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  43. Please consider adding my Blog to T-Central. I am repeat. New Blog , Same name.

    hybridgirl79.blogspot.com

    Thanks.

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  44. Hi Julia! Got you on the list.

    Calie

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    1. Hi. My last two blog entries have not been featured on t-central. Could you have a look into why please? Thanks. Julia

      hybridgirl79.blogspot.com

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  45. I am Transsexual, but also with multiple personalities. My site is at http://www.tsroxie.com
    Would love to be added to your list ♥ Also, may I display your banner on my site? I am always looking for quality sites like this one! ♥

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  46. Hello, Calie! Thank you for running T-Central. Please would you consider adding my blog to T-Central? My blog is at
    https://rosierambling.wordpress.com/

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    1. Hi Rosie! How have I managed to miss your blog??? You're listed now. Thanks, girl, for letting me know about it!

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  47. Hi Calie, could you consider adding my blog to T-Central again, I had to make it private for a while but it's accessible again now: https://in-the-pink-fog.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Hi Charlotte. How did I not know about your blog?!!! You're listed.

      Calie

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  48. Hi Calie,

    I have starting blogging again and so please move my site to your active list. The link is the same: http://ptrobin.wordpress.com/ but I have changed the name.

    thanks - Robin

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  49. This is such a great resource! I was trying a Google search for sites about transgender issues, but so many are not up to date. I've had multiple tabs open in my browser trying to hop from one place to another - so much so that my browser crashed. LOL But, your list is fabulous and fixes that problem. My browser thanks you. :)

    Anyway, I'd love a link back to my site. I'm a mom to a FTM 17-year-old teenager (out just about 6 months now) and post about it on my blog.

    http://youknownothingmommy.blogspot.com/

    Thank you!

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  50. I am in awe of the talent and diversity that this area pulls together and would love to be considered part of the site. Ive just started to ‘blog’ but have a lot to say - but not all at once!
    I’m a long term non-op Trans woman, who has wide ranging interests, and will be looking to post light hearted annodotes on my life, interest and experiences.

    http://dawn-wyvern.blogspot.co.uk

    Thank you for providing this resource and considering my mumbles appropriate for accepted to the site
    Hugs
    Dawn

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  51. Hi Callie
    am in awe of all the hard work you have put in too this resource and and fabulous blogs that are listed here, and would be honoured to be counted amongst them. Would you possibly consider adding my Blog to the list.
    I tend to produce light hearted observations around TG themes and am working through my back history as a biographical narrative.
    many thanks
    Dawn

    http://dawn-wyvern.blogspot.co.uk

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  52. Hi Robin, Priya and Dawn. I have been rather remiss in replying. All of your blogs are listed on TC.

    Dawn: I am so sorry I missed your first email. Thanks so much for the nice comments.

    Calie xx

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  53. Take a look at birdy's new blog. She may be demanding of her readers, but she has lived a fascinating life that brings with a lot of interesting perspectives.

    https://outpost.blog/2017/10/21/you-may-be-normal-but-thats-your-problem-not-mine/comment-page-1/

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    1. Thanks Jack. I wasn't aware of this one. Now have it listed.

      Calie xx

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  54. Hi, a new site if anyone is interested. I haven't been running long and still learning.

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  55. Just wanted to say thanks for adding my blog, http://andiepasdedeux.com - I've had loads of new web traffic, so cheers!

    Just one thing, though, there are some pretty transphobic groups listed on the right hand side of the homepage. Transgender Trend and the like. Did you realise?

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  56. Coming from a news/media background, I think it's important to have the opposing views out there even though I identify as TS and in this case have a special place in my heart for trans kids. With that said, I moved this blog down the the "Commentary and Opposing Opinions" section at the very bottom of the page. I'll keep and eye on it. Always appreciate comments and constructive criticism. Thanks for the "thanks"!

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  57. Hi Calie,

    First thanks so much for this valuable resource. I am a new transgender woman in the sense that I have only been identifying as a woman completely since November 2018. My blog StephieGurl is mostly a personal blog. I share my joy and pain in my transitioning journey (starting gender therapy in July 2019). I also try to be educational from at least this woman's perspective. Finally, I do share my opinions as well. What can I say I am an opinionated woman. If you can please list my blog here. The address is stephiegurl.home.blog

    Thank you so much, Stephie

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    1. Thanks a bunch Calie. I figure you were checking it out because of all the views. Stephie

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  59. I've had to rename my blog, assigning it a new web site.

    Please add a link to Dotting I's and Crossing T's (https://dottingiscrossingts.blogspot.com/ ) on your site, as I'd like for as many of my old readers to know where the new location is.

    Thanks

    Marian

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