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Monday, July 7, 2014

Bluestocking Blue

When Lori first started the T-Central site, in 2008, it was her dream to have a site where new, emerging bloggers could be featured; a way to let everyone else (the "like-minded") out there know where the new bloggers were and how to get to them.  T-Central has evolved over the years, but the primary mission is always in the minds of T-Central administrators.

Bluestocking Blue is not necessarily a new blog, and while it already has a good following, I don't believe we have ever featured the blog here on T-Central.  If you haven't visited Vivienne's blog, you really should do so.  The appearance of the blog, and the quality of the writing, are absolutely superb.

Per Vivienne,

I'm forty-something years old. I'm a married heterosexual male crossdresser, peeping out of the closet. I'm also an academic, with a strong science background (but I read widely in all sorts of things), and I work in a large institution. I live in a house in the suburbs with my wife and our 1.6 kids, and my life is pretty ordinary.

Do take a look at Bluestocking Blue.  If your time is limited, I'll recommend a couple of posts:

Last December, Bluestocking Blue featured a wonderful interview with Helen Boyd, the author of My Husband, Betty, and She's Not the Man I Married.  Helen's life has revolved around her husband who originally confessed to being a crossdresser but eventually transitioned.  Her books remain two of my favorites on the transgender topic.  Go HERE for the Bluestocking Blue interview with Helen Boyd.

The other post, which dates back to 2011, is titled, How many of us are there? It's a well thought-out essay attempting to answer that question.

Give yourself some time to fully check out Vivienne's blog.  You will find lots of interesting posts to read, from across the spectrum.  

For more on Helen Boyd, take a look at her guest post, here on T-Central, from August, 2010.


  1. Many many thanks indeed for the shout-out to my blog, and for your lovely compliments about it. I am very flattered indeed.



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