Reply to "Can We Build a Less Prejudiced TG Sense of Community?"

I never said activists never get anything done. Even if I thought that, why would I say that to you? What I said was I had been reading your NYAGRA pages and, because of all the drama and shakeups, was surprised anything got done at all. What pissed you off I think was that I said a lot of those girls in some of those meetings need to get a life - unfortunately we were standing on the dance floor at Don Hills - so I could not elaborate. I was speaking about my own experiences with others at gender meetings at the center back in 94-95. And, in retrospect, my comment wasn't fair - because we really don't know each other that well - and I certainly could have spoken more sensitively.

It is also true I could be better informed, and thats my mission right now. So I want you to know that I appreciate your hard work and the information you tirelessly share - We all have to find our own battles, and frankly, I think TG strategies could be directed in more focussed and creative ways. So that's what Im working on - even if I dont physically show my support.

[This message was edited by Jade on 06-05-02 at 12:45 PM.]
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