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Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Four Tall Women

So many of us are tall, so why not celebrate it?

Jennifer Finney Boylan's Four Tall Women post does.  And, take a look at just who those four tall women are!

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

A Husband Would Have Been Useful

    When she is not showing us the paths and byways of her native Cornwall, Angie spends some of her time creating model railways.
    Female railway modelers, it seems, are so rare as to be unheard of. So what is a girl to do when she has her eye on a Southern Railway upper quadrant signal kit and the only place to buy one is a quiet model shop in a small English town?
    Read her solution here: A Husband Would Have Been Useful. Passing stories are rarely like this one!

Thursday, October 13, 2011

No More Closets

It's rare that we feature one of Stana's posts.  I guess our girl is just a victim of her own success.  Femulate is a "mega-blog" in the T-World and we generally will feature posts from lessor known bloggers.

Nevertheless, Stana is a friend and this post deserves a shout-out from T-Central.

You've probably already read No More Closets but, if not, go here to find it on Femulate.

If you haven't read Stana's contribution to our Thoughts & Reflections series of guest posts, go here to check it out.

Tuesday, October 11, 2011


"If you treat the witch standing by the roadside with respect and courtesy, she will reward you with useful advice and powerful magic."

Do folk stories of elves and witches have meaning for us today?

Are there modern myths that can help make sense of our inner lives?

Jack Molay's beautifully crafted post Spellbound transgender deals with these issues and more.

Jack invites us to follow a new series of posts too. As he says, "If you are truly transsexual, your transsexual condition cannot be overcome through myths, arts or psychotherapy. But I am sure the symbols can be used by you to make sense of the life you are living."

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Meeting the Wife

Lucy has written a post that I think many of us can relate to.  It involves someone who has transitioned meeting the wife of someone who is in transition, or considering transition.  In some cases, it means awkward moments for all involved.

Visit Lucy's blog and check out Meeting the Wife.

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