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

The recent diologue in this topic has absolutely blown my mind. The selfless sharing of tg experience and history (good or bad) is exactly what ALL OF US of all gender variants need to read and understand. How can we let go of some of our prejudice disposition if we don't "know" the person we canott identify with. Stacy I found your comments and sharing so on the money. I hope you do know that some lurking, frightend, alienated person, trapped in their own skin might read your post and take that first step out their door into the world. My mom always told me to "LEAD BY EXAMPLE" , GODDAMMNIT GIRL, lEAD THE WAY!!!!! I for one have the Pollyanna outlook on the community, that because we are (here goes) more evolved spiritually, people of TG experience can change things, can change attitudes, prejudices. It takes courage. So many different layers of "femaleness" and points of view literally bubbling up and bursting onto these pages. And for the most part the negativity is at an all time low. YEAH!!!! Sisters this is a fierce support group in itself. It is also a great learning tool for people who have not had experiences with different TG "Herstories" I have cried over the last half hour reading the posts. Very moving, very inspirational. My only concern is right now I feel like this topic is about US coming together as a group, a core, a band of sisters. I don't want to get too mired down in political reference and law jargon. We need to take baby steps. (this topic is what I am referring to) These boards are used by the brightest, most illuminated souls, I can easliy touch within a hundred block radius. Write on ladies.....and God Bless
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