I confess that when I’m a regular reader – or even contributor! – to a site that I soon forget to notice the sidebar features. I get used to just breezing in and looking for new content. I have a blog on a different subject and I just the other day updated the blogroll. For the first time in what had to be 2-3 years. It was, of course, littered with site which are no longer active or which had relocated.
So I wouldn’t blame you if you hadn’t paid much attention to the less obvious features of this blog. Given that the Admin has done some re-decorating, it seems a quite appropriate time to review and discuss, no?
If you look towards the upper right of the home page, you can see a stack of three pink lines, clicking on which will deliver to you a menu of options. Beginning at the bottom of that list you’ll see “transgender books.” The first among those is an absolute must read for anyone seeking to understand their own transsexualism or that of someone they know or love. But beyond that, we solicit and welcome your suggestions for titles to add to this list.
Next upward is Recommended Gender Therapists which is a list greatly in need of expansion. Please suggest to us names of highly trusted therapists you are aware of in the comments section below. Or sites which provide exhaustive lists to which we may link.
Two upward from there is the category “Crossdresser books” which contains both books on the overall subject as well as practical guides to make-up and beauty. Once again, suggested additions are greatly desired.
Above that, a grouping of links to sites and resources including live events. Contributions are (sensing a pattern yet?) quite welcome.
Finally there’s the form to contact us. If you have a suggestion not covered on one of these others headings, write us anyway. Feedback, reviews, complaints, and yes, suggestions for future articles will be welcomed and taken seriously. Write us!.
The reality is that this site gets better for all of us if more readers become active and make contributions to the info available. It’s one small way that anyone can “Pay it Forward” at no cost to you.
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