What the world needs now is love

Wow, is it nearly FIVE MONTHS since I posted ?!?! <slaps self>

That’s what happens when you have to be in boy mode so much of the time after moving house. 😦  Moving the bar and my store in SL took a lot of my time too, but both are so much improved now – the effort was well worth it. 🙂

Health could have been better. My best t-girl friend is now “living her dream” full time and everything is going wonderfully well for her. 🙂 Fife T-Time, (the group affectionately known as “Eric” and run by LGBT Health & Wellbeing), is taking off. Next week will see the inaugural Fife LGBT Gala, and I have my ticket ! YAY !

But, the purpose of this short post is to forewarn you all of an announcement I’ll be making later in the week about something rather important to all of us and for which I’ll be needing your help. (No more info for now, other than the music… I DO like a cliffhanger…)

Hope all of you are well, making progress, and keeping love in your heart.

See you soon !

Air Transat Denies Boarding to Transgender Passenger

I was quite surprised to come across this story this morning, especially as the passenger concerned was in the UK at the time.

It’s a cautionary tale for any transgender traveler that, despite what you may think, your rights can still be denied at any time.

If I’d spotted it yesterday at the time it happened I would have suggested she get the police involved.

First Transgender Consultation Session in Fife

Tomorrow sees the first of the new get-together sessions for Transgender folk in Fife, organised by LGBT Health and Wellbeing.

I know I’m a little late in posting about this but I’ve been in the middle of moving house and things are somewhat chaotic. 😦

Do you identify as Transgender or are exploring your gender? | We need your help 


Saturday 25th June | 1-3pm
Central Kirkcaldy venue, Fife


We invite you to our special meet up. Would you like to see a regular social gathering open to transgender people in Fife?

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Video letter to the world’s gay community from those in Orlando

I have so many things to say following the horrific events in Orlando but unfortunately time is not my friend right now.

So I will let the gay community of Orlando speak for themselves by sharing this video letter they produced with the help of the BBC.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-36520331

 

Please help the victims of the Orlando Pulse shootings and their families

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Equality Florida, a registered 501c3 nonprofit organization and the state’s LGBT civil rights organization, has launched a GoFundMe site to accept donations to help the victims and families affected by the horrific shooting at Orlando’s Pulse Nightclub.

Please support them if you can.

*hugs* Tish

Hillsborough: The truth is out

It has taken 27 years for the truth to be told about that fateful day when 96 innocent football fans lost their lives on a afternoon which should have full of joy and excitement.

My tears today are for the 96 those who were lost, their families and friends, and for all of us around the world who have lived with the memories.

They will never walk alone.

My brain is turning to porridge

Just over two weeks now since my first jab of Triptorelin (T-blockers). Yesterday I collected my new FREE wigs. Yay!

This week wifey, who subsequently claimed she thought I’d “forgotten” about this transition thing, started looking again for somewhere to buy, and we found somewhere that would be perfect for either her alone, or us. Oh wonderful! (sarcasm).

Poor Danny’s been stressed out all week because his cat cut a paw last weekend and has had to be left every day with a cone on so he doesn’t lick it while the antibiotics do their work. 😦

We received a “wedding invitation” from some friends in Second Life yesterday, and I’m going to be Maid of Honour *smiles*, and last night wifey mentioned the “D” word for the first time.

Some week!

Okay, so let’s try to make sense of all this …

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