Truely a celebration of all things Page. The slide show, Josef Astor's words, Page's mother's references to her as "my little girl," and Antony's version of "In My Little Cubicle" moved me enormously.
Of course it is always a treat to see Linda Simpson in full drag in the afternoon. She did a great job in organizing the memorial.
It struck me that most transsexuals strive for anonymity, and normality (and who can blame them), but Page was cut from a different cloth. She was, in her own words, always "hissing at conventionality." She chose a difficult, uncertain, yet glorious path. The word "hero" has been over-used a lot lately. But that is exactly what Page was. And I will miss her.