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  • 21 Nov 2020
    It’s been estimated that Transgender people are twice as likely to think about and attempt suicide than LGB people.  The suicide rates for Transgender people are far, far higher than the national averages in most countries.  It’s difficult to know exactly though, because gender identity is not normally recorded on death certificates.However, in the United States, a survey carried out in 2015 by the National Center for Transgender Equality showed that around 40% of adults who took part reported having attempted suicide at some stage in their lifetime.  That’s nearly nine times the normal rate of attempted suicide among the general US population.We want all of our members to stay safe and the good news is that there are many good people out there who are able to help those of us who are feeling so depressed that we just want it all to stop.  This is fixable.  We just need to allow others to help. Below is a list of mainly support hotlines for several English speaking countries which are generally where our members come from.  Most are able to offer additional support and resources in each of their respective countries.   I want you to promise me that if you ever find that you can’t cope, that you will try calling one of these hotlines before you do anything silly. Promise? United States LGBT National Help Center - calls answered in the US and Canada, chat international LGBT National Hotline 888-843-4564 LGBT National Youth Talkline 800-246-7743 LGBT National Senior Hotline 888-234-7243 LGBT Online chat (all ages) www.lgbthotline.org/chat www.lgbthotline.org   Blackline - 24 hour hotline support geared towards POC, Native and Muslim LGBTQI community 800-604-5841 www.callblackline.com   Crisis Text Line - Not LGBT specific but trained and supportive. Text: 741741 www.crisistextline.org   DeQH Helpline - LGBTQ hotline for South Asian individuals. 908-367-3374 www.deqh.org   IM Alive - online crisis chat service.  Not LGBT specific but affirming and supportive www.imalive.org   Translate line - Trans specific support hotline US: 877-565-8860 Canada: 877-330-6366 www.translifeline.org   Trevor Project - LGBTQ suicide prevention hotline for 25 and younger 866-488-7386 www.thetrevorproject.org   US National Orgs FORGE - national Trans org forced on anti-violence 414-559-2123 www.forge-forward.org   Transgender, Gender-variant, and Intersex Justice Project - legal services and advoacy 415-554-8591 www.tgijp.org   Transgender Law Center - national trans legal support 510-587-9898 www.transgenderlawcenter.org   England The Switchboard - LGBT support hotline- answers calls in England, Scotland and Wales 020 7837 6768 switchboard.lgbt   Ireland LGBT Ireland - LGBT support hotline 1890 929 539 www.lgbt.ie   Scotland LGBT Health and Wellbeing  - LGBT hotline 0141 271 2330 www.lgbthealth.org.uk   Wales LGBT Cymru Helpline - LGBT support hotline 01792 828057 or 0800 980 4021 www.lgbtcymru.org.uk Canada LGBT Youthline for those 29 and younger 800-268-9688 also provides online chat www.youthline.ca   The Canada Suicide Prevention Service1.833.456.4566 Available 24/7/365 in both English and Frenchhttps://www.crisisservicescanada.ca/     South Africa Gay and Lesbian Network - LGBT hotline 033 342 6165 gaylesbian.org.za   Australia Q Life 1800 184 527 www.qlife.org.au   Lifeline - 24 hour suicide prevention hotline - not LGBT specific but affirming 02 6215 6215 9400 www.lifeline.org.au   Northern Ireland Lifeline - crisis hotline - not LGBT specific but affirming 0808 808 8000 www.lifelinehelpline.info   New Zealand Outline NZ - LGBT support hotline 0800 688 5463 www.outline.org.nz
    265 Posted by Katie Glover
  • It’s been estimated that Transgender people are twice as likely to think about and attempt suicide than LGB people.  The suicide rates for Transgender people are far, far higher than the national averages in most countries.  It’s difficult to know exactly though, because gender identity is not normally recorded on death certificates.However, in the United States, a survey carried out in 2015 by the National Center for Transgender Equality showed that around 40% of adults who took part reported having attempted suicide at some stage in their lifetime.  That’s nearly nine times the normal rate of attempted suicide among the general US population.We want all of our members to stay safe and the good news is that there are many good people out there who are able to help those of us who are feeling so depressed that we just want it all to stop.  This is fixable.  We just need to allow others to help. Below is a list of mainly support hotlines for several English speaking countries which are generally where our members come from.  Most are able to offer additional support and resources in each of their respective countries.   I want you to promise me that if you ever find that you can’t cope, that you will try calling one of these hotlines before you do anything silly. Promise? United States LGBT National Help Center - calls answered in the US and Canada, chat international LGBT National Hotline 888-843-4564 LGBT National Youth Talkline 800-246-7743 LGBT National Senior Hotline 888-234-7243 LGBT Online chat (all ages) www.lgbthotline.org/chat www.lgbthotline.org   Blackline - 24 hour hotline support geared towards POC, Native and Muslim LGBTQI community 800-604-5841 www.callblackline.com   Crisis Text Line - Not LGBT specific but trained and supportive. Text: 741741 www.crisistextline.org   DeQH Helpline - LGBTQ hotline for South Asian individuals. 908-367-3374 www.deqh.org   IM Alive - online crisis chat service.  Not LGBT specific but affirming and supportive www.imalive.org   Translate line - Trans specific support hotline US: 877-565-8860 Canada: 877-330-6366 www.translifeline.org   Trevor Project - LGBTQ suicide prevention hotline for 25 and younger 866-488-7386 www.thetrevorproject.org   US National Orgs FORGE - national Trans org forced on anti-violence 414-559-2123 www.forge-forward.org   Transgender, Gender-variant, and Intersex Justice Project - legal services and advoacy 415-554-8591 www.tgijp.org   Transgender Law Center - national trans legal support 510-587-9898 www.transgenderlawcenter.org   England The Switchboard - LGBT support hotline- answers calls in England, Scotland and Wales 020 7837 6768 switchboard.lgbt   Ireland LGBT Ireland - LGBT support hotline 1890 929 539 www.lgbt.ie   Scotland LGBT Health and Wellbeing  - LGBT hotline 0141 271 2330 www.lgbthealth.org.uk   Wales LGBT Cymru Helpline - LGBT support hotline 01792 828057 or 0800 980 4021 www.lgbtcymru.org.uk Canada LGBT Youthline for those 29 and younger 800-268-9688 also provides online chat www.youthline.ca   The Canada Suicide Prevention Service1.833.456.4566 Available 24/7/365 in both English and Frenchhttps://www.crisisservicescanada.ca/     South Africa Gay and Lesbian Network - LGBT hotline 033 342 6165 gaylesbian.org.za   Australia Q Life 1800 184 527 www.qlife.org.au   Lifeline - 24 hour suicide prevention hotline - not LGBT specific but affirming 02 6215 6215 9400 www.lifeline.org.au   Northern Ireland Lifeline - crisis hotline - not LGBT specific but affirming 0808 808 8000 www.lifelinehelpline.info   New Zealand Outline NZ - LGBT support hotline 0800 688 5463 www.outline.org.nz
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  • 20 Oct 2020
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  • 10 Dec 2012
    Wow, what a great year it's been for both The Gender Society and for our bi-monthly trans publication, Frock Magazine. We've seen them both going from strength to strength and I hope you've enjoyed all the improvments we've made to both. There are heaps of ideas for new features in the coming year too - it's just a matter of getting round them all.  Just a quick taste of what's in the pipeline...In 2013 we are hoping to install some new shopping mall software, but this is not just any old shop.  Oh no, this clever piece of software will also give YOU the opportunity to sell your own trans-realted products right here as well, in your own little store.  That's coming fairly soon so if you've ever thought about setting up your own transgender related store and selling any kind of trans-realted stuff (as long as it's decent, legal and honest), this could be the right time.And as part of our plan for world domination (ooops, didn't mean to let that slip out), we will be introducing our own currency.  Yes, our very own pennies, and you'll be able to use them to buy stuff in the shops, pay for Full Membership, send virtual gifts to your friends and so on.  You'll be able to buy credits to use on the site, but one of the best things of all about them is that you will also be able to collect credits for just being here and using the site as you normally do.  Every time you make a new friendship or post in the forums, you'll earn some credits, every time you upload a video, post a blog entry or Like someone else's, you'll earn some credits and over time they'll all add up. Anyway, that's all coming very shortly, in the New Year.  I'm sure this is not the last time I'll say it this year but do enjoy the holidays and have a great 2013! Hugs, Katie   x
    1729 Posted by Katie Glover
  • Wow, what a great year it's been for both The Gender Society and for our bi-monthly trans publication, Frock Magazine. We've seen them both going from strength to strength and I hope you've enjoyed all the improvments we've made to both. There are heaps of ideas for new features in the coming year too - it's just a matter of getting round them all.  Just a quick taste of what's in the pipeline...In 2013 we are hoping to install some new shopping mall software, but this is not just any old shop.  Oh no, this clever piece of software will also give YOU the opportunity to sell your own trans-realted products right here as well, in your own little store.  That's coming fairly soon so if you've ever thought about setting up your own transgender related store and selling any kind of trans-realted stuff (as long as it's decent, legal and honest), this could be the right time.And as part of our plan for world domination (ooops, didn't mean to let that slip out), we will be introducing our own currency.  Yes, our very own pennies, and you'll be able to use them to buy stuff in the shops, pay for Full Membership, send virtual gifts to your friends and so on.  You'll be able to buy credits to use on the site, but one of the best things of all about them is that you will also be able to collect credits for just being here and using the site as you normally do.  Every time you make a new friendship or post in the forums, you'll earn some credits, every time you upload a video, post a blog entry or Like someone else's, you'll earn some credits and over time they'll all add up. Anyway, that's all coming very shortly, in the New Year.  I'm sure this is not the last time I'll say it this year but do enjoy the holidays and have a great 2013! Hugs, Katie   x
    Dec 10, 2012 1729
  • 05 Oct 2011
    Have you noticed?  Our site has been getting slower and slower over the last few weeks so we took the decision to move to a bigger, better, faster server with more RAM.  The transfer took around ten minutes during which time the site was down but I did take the precaution of posting notices warning everyone there would be a ten minute outage, several hours before it actually took place.All sites like ours have to keep on top of their page load times and often a server upgrade is the only way forward.  Following the transfer, our page load times have improved dramatically (average page load time is now about 4 seconds and out http://gendersociety.com/invite page loads in 2.69 seconds).  That's blisteringly fast so I'm very pleased that we moved.  I am working hard to keep us ahead of the game.However, I was a bit upset to hear that a number of our members dissed me when they heard we would be moving.  For the user we were talking about a few minutes of downtime to make the site much more useable but apparently several people just said something like, "What, another server move?  We just had one in March. What a bunch of wazzocks!"So, sorry for the inconvenience but it was for the best.  We are extremely poor and cannot afford to make decisions like this lightly.  So when improvements like this are made, please be assured that they have been thought through and that they are for the best.Hugs, Katie   x
    2082 Posted by Katie Glover
  • Have you noticed?  Our site has been getting slower and slower over the last few weeks so we took the decision to move to a bigger, better, faster server with more RAM.  The transfer took around ten minutes during which time the site was down but I did take the precaution of posting notices warning everyone there would be a ten minute outage, several hours before it actually took place.All sites like ours have to keep on top of their page load times and often a server upgrade is the only way forward.  Following the transfer, our page load times have improved dramatically (average page load time is now about 4 seconds and out http://gendersociety.com/invite page loads in 2.69 seconds).  That's blisteringly fast so I'm very pleased that we moved.  I am working hard to keep us ahead of the game.However, I was a bit upset to hear that a number of our members dissed me when they heard we would be moving.  For the user we were talking about a few minutes of downtime to make the site much more useable but apparently several people just said something like, "What, another server move?  We just had one in March. What a bunch of wazzocks!"So, sorry for the inconvenience but it was for the best.  We are extremely poor and cannot afford to make decisions like this lightly.  So when improvements like this are made, please be assured that they have been thought through and that they are for the best.Hugs, Katie   x
    Oct 05, 2011 2082
  • 16 Sep 2011
    You may have noticed that we have recently done away with the dating site adverts which used to adorn our pages.  We've taken a bit of a chance because although they didn't really fit in with the image we are trying to portray, they did pay for themselves.  However, you said you didn't want dating ads so now they're gone.   We have replaced them with a small group of new advertisers, most of whom are advertising with us for the very first time.  Of course, I am very much aware that if they don't see good results, it may also be the last time they advertise with us.    So, I would ask you to help by supporting our new advertisers.  Click their ads and go and see their web sites and if you do buy from them, please remember to let them know that you found them at the Gender Society site.   Thanks and hugs, Katie   x
    2041 Posted by Katie Glover
  • You may have noticed that we have recently done away with the dating site adverts which used to adorn our pages.  We've taken a bit of a chance because although they didn't really fit in with the image we are trying to portray, they did pay for themselves.  However, you said you didn't want dating ads so now they're gone.   We have replaced them with a small group of new advertisers, most of whom are advertising with us for the very first time.  Of course, I am very much aware that if they don't see good results, it may also be the last time they advertise with us.    So, I would ask you to help by supporting our new advertisers.  Click their ads and go and see their web sites and if you do buy from them, please remember to let them know that you found them at the Gender Society site.   Thanks and hugs, Katie   x
    Sep 16, 2011 2041
  • 13 Jun 2011
    You may have seen me asking for the support of my girlfriends here in my recent status updates.  Well the time has come and here's the favour...   You know I've spent over a decade working tirelessly on this community and I've also worked hard on Frock, my transgender magazine, for over two years now.  In that time Frock has grown and grown and now I believe it is time for it to really blossom.    I do need your help though.  Here's what I want to you do to help me with this...   Firstly, I want to give you the latest issue of Frock Magazine for free.  I'd like you to read it and enjoy it and then (and this is really important) I want you to tell your friends about the same page URL I'm about to give you...   http://bit.ly/iKPR9U   To get access to your complimentary copy of Frock Magazine you need to go to the page above.  When you get there, have a scan of what I'm trying to achieve and then click on the big girly pink button.   That will take you to a from where you will need to enter your first name and email address.  You will then be sent an email which contains the access details for your free mag.   Then I want you to enjoy Frock and who knows, you might even decide to become a subscriber.   Most importantly though, I want you to help me by giving this URL for the free copy of Frock to all of your friends around the web. here it is again...   http://bit.ly/iKPR9U   It doesn't matter if you are already a GS Full Member or an existing subscriber.  You can still help.   Please spread this URL far and wide, put it on your web site and in your blog and everywhere you can and pass it around by email to all your TG friends.  Put a notice on the wall at your local TG club, print it out and hand it to your TG friends when you see them.   It won't last for too long so don't delay.   Let me know what you think of our magazine too.  Send me an email and tell me what you really like or don't like.  Or offer to write and article if that's your forte.   There, I said it was a big favour and it is but such a worthy cause.  Frock Magazine's time has come and you can help us make it the best periodical for transgendered people anywhere.   Thank you very much for your in advance and hugs too, Katie   x   PS Here's the URL again - http://bit.ly/iKPR9U
    3690 Posted by Katie Glover
  • You may have seen me asking for the support of my girlfriends here in my recent status updates.  Well the time has come and here's the favour...   You know I've spent over a decade working tirelessly on this community and I've also worked hard on Frock, my transgender magazine, for over two years now.  In that time Frock has grown and grown and now I believe it is time for it to really blossom.    I do need your help though.  Here's what I want to you do to help me with this...   Firstly, I want to give you the latest issue of Frock Magazine for free.  I'd like you to read it and enjoy it and then (and this is really important) I want you to tell your friends about the same page URL I'm about to give you...   http://bit.ly/iKPR9U   To get access to your complimentary copy of Frock Magazine you need to go to the page above.  When you get there, have a scan of what I'm trying to achieve and then click on the big girly pink button.   That will take you to a from where you will need to enter your first name and email address.  You will then be sent an email which contains the access details for your free mag.   Then I want you to enjoy Frock and who knows, you might even decide to become a subscriber.   Most importantly though, I want you to help me by giving this URL for the free copy of Frock to all of your friends around the web. here it is again...   http://bit.ly/iKPR9U   It doesn't matter if you are already a GS Full Member or an existing subscriber.  You can still help.   Please spread this URL far and wide, put it on your web site and in your blog and everywhere you can and pass it around by email to all your TG friends.  Put a notice on the wall at your local TG club, print it out and hand it to your TG friends when you see them.   It won't last for too long so don't delay.   Let me know what you think of our magazine too.  Send me an email and tell me what you really like or don't like.  Or offer to write and article if that's your forte.   There, I said it was a big favour and it is but such a worthy cause.  Frock Magazine's time has come and you can help us make it the best periodical for transgendered people anywhere.   Thank you very much for your in advance and hugs too, Katie   x   PS Here's the URL again - http://bit.ly/iKPR9U
    Jun 13, 2011 3690
  • 11 May 2011
    I don't know if you've ever thought about it but the life of a social network administrator is quite demanding.  You have to know about a lot of things, from email strategy to SEO, accounting, marketing and server administrating, from forum management to PHP programming and you need to know your HTML and CSS from soup to nuts (or know someone else who does).  You also have to know a thing or two about the subject matter of your site.  You've got to be an all knowing oracle on your subject for your members as well as a project manager and team leader to your developers.    You start work earlyish each day.  I start at around 9am most days.  You work until late.  I can usually be found still typing away at 10pm or later and sometimes much, much later.  I finished working one morning at 3.30am earlier this week.  That's ludicrous!    And you work every day.  I generally work seven days a week.  I work on weekends, national holidays, easter, christmas day, every day.  Even when I take a vacation (haven't had a proper one for over two years now) I always take my laptop with me so I can stay in touch and sort out any catastrophes that may occur.  A few years back I spent six weeks away, in Hong Kong and in Australia, and worked every day from my hotel room.   There's always something important that needs to be done and in our case, there's a list of important stuff we are gradually working through.  Trouble is, as we sort out one problem and cross it off, another two join the list.   So there you have it dear reader.  Running a social network is very, very hard work and often a thankless task but it is addictive and a labour of love.  I can recommend it for those who have no families or other ties and who don't mind never having any free time ever again.   Hugs, Katie   x Your Sys Op    
    2966 Posted by Katie Glover
  • I don't know if you've ever thought about it but the life of a social network administrator is quite demanding.  You have to know about a lot of things, from email strategy to SEO, accounting, marketing and server administrating, from forum management to PHP programming and you need to know your HTML and CSS from soup to nuts (or know someone else who does).  You also have to know a thing or two about the subject matter of your site.  You've got to be an all knowing oracle on your subject for your members as well as a project manager and team leader to your developers.    You start work earlyish each day.  I start at around 9am most days.  You work until late.  I can usually be found still typing away at 10pm or later and sometimes much, much later.  I finished working one morning at 3.30am earlier this week.  That's ludicrous!    And you work every day.  I generally work seven days a week.  I work on weekends, national holidays, easter, christmas day, every day.  Even when I take a vacation (haven't had a proper one for over two years now) I always take my laptop with me so I can stay in touch and sort out any catastrophes that may occur.  A few years back I spent six weeks away, in Hong Kong and in Australia, and worked every day from my hotel room.   There's always something important that needs to be done and in our case, there's a list of important stuff we are gradually working through.  Trouble is, as we sort out one problem and cross it off, another two join the list.   So there you have it dear reader.  Running a social network is very, very hard work and often a thankless task but it is addictive and a labour of love.  I can recommend it for those who have no families or other ties and who don't mind never having any free time ever again.   Hugs, Katie   x Your Sys Op    
    May 11, 2011 2966
  • 22 Apr 2011
    Has anyone else noticed that The Trib was actually sent in error, before it was finished and ready to send out?  I'm actually hopping mad because a developer was supposed to be fixing several major problems with our newsletter software and by accident, he sent a half finished newsletter our to our whole membership.   That is very bad for heaps of reasons.  Firstly, it was not finished and so, it looks really amateurish.  Secondly, it was still full of bugs which he was supposed to be fixing (like the fact that the new forums threads just repeat the same one, over and over.   Thirdly, there was no unsubscribe link which has upset a lot of recipients.  We are trying to be responsible about email messages so in future all mail that comes from us will give recipients the option to unsubscribe.   Fourthly, this half finished, half baked newsletter was sent through the same mail server that sends out really important emails like new member's passwords.  Our IP has now been trashed because of this and so now we're finding that users who have Hotmail, Yahoo and Gmail accounts, never receive their passwords.  This puts us right back to square one, where we were before we changed to this new site.  Moving to a new server gave us a fresh start but that has now been scuppered.   I am so cross about this!  You have no idea how angry I am!  If you received this issue of The Trib, please accept my apologies.   Hugs, Katie   x
    3061 Posted by Katie Glover
  • Has anyone else noticed that The Trib was actually sent in error, before it was finished and ready to send out?  I'm actually hopping mad because a developer was supposed to be fixing several major problems with our newsletter software and by accident, he sent a half finished newsletter our to our whole membership.   That is very bad for heaps of reasons.  Firstly, it was not finished and so, it looks really amateurish.  Secondly, it was still full of bugs which he was supposed to be fixing (like the fact that the new forums threads just repeat the same one, over and over.   Thirdly, there was no unsubscribe link which has upset a lot of recipients.  We are trying to be responsible about email messages so in future all mail that comes from us will give recipients the option to unsubscribe.   Fourthly, this half finished, half baked newsletter was sent through the same mail server that sends out really important emails like new member's passwords.  Our IP has now been trashed because of this and so now we're finding that users who have Hotmail, Yahoo and Gmail accounts, never receive their passwords.  This puts us right back to square one, where we were before we changed to this new site.  Moving to a new server gave us a fresh start but that has now been scuppered.   I am so cross about this!  You have no idea how angry I am!  If you received this issue of The Trib, please accept my apologies.   Hugs, Katie   x
    Apr 22, 2011 3061
  • 10 Apr 2011
    And so dear reader, the "Soft Launch" continues.  We had hoped that we could have a big new site launch party in a blaze of publicity this weekend but alas, it was not to be. The trouble is down to the membership subscription system which appears to be suffering from various teething problems and refuses to allow some members to upgrade or it will upgrade them and then lock them out of the site.  Even the administrator (ie me) can't re-enable their accounts. So, we have to wait for the developers to come back into work tomorrow in the hope that they can fix it. I am at least pleased that we have managed to move on quite a lot in the last week and that the site is now live after months of work.  The initial problems on launch were fixed within about 24 hours and the page load times have improved greatly with an average load time currently of just under 5 seconds.  I think that's pretty good.  Even Facebook would be happy about that kind of speed. Once we get this last big hurdle out of the way (the membership probs) we should be good to go. And thanks for your support during this difficult but exciting time. Hugs, Katie   x
    2409 Posted by Katie Glover
  • And so dear reader, the "Soft Launch" continues.  We had hoped that we could have a big new site launch party in a blaze of publicity this weekend but alas, it was not to be. The trouble is down to the membership subscription system which appears to be suffering from various teething problems and refuses to allow some members to upgrade or it will upgrade them and then lock them out of the site.  Even the administrator (ie me) can't re-enable their accounts. So, we have to wait for the developers to come back into work tomorrow in the hope that they can fix it. I am at least pleased that we have managed to move on quite a lot in the last week and that the site is now live after months of work.  The initial problems on launch were fixed within about 24 hours and the page load times have improved greatly with an average load time currently of just under 5 seconds.  I think that's pretty good.  Even Facebook would be happy about that kind of speed. Once we get this last big hurdle out of the way (the membership probs) we should be good to go. And thanks for your support during this difficult but exciting time. Hugs, Katie   x
    Apr 10, 2011 2409
  • 05 Apr 2011
    Hooray!  We've finally done it and I'm soooo pleased!!! Our new community site is online at last.  It was a bit shaky to start with and we had a short time when the site got so slow it nearly crashed altogether, but we fixed that and it's quite speedy now.  We'll work on making it even faster in the coming days and weeks and we'll also fix the remaining bugs.  Don't forget to let me know if you find any. Now, we need to start a full membership drive to help pay for all this. If you haven't already done so, please do play with all the toys.  They are all there for you after all. Upload you best photos to Hot or Not, ask a TG related question in Q&A, use the forums, start a blog here, check out our awesome TG News pages which are constantly updated.  Make new friends in the chat rooms, watch some videos, read Frock Magazine or one of our full member's books.  Maybe have a virtual makeover or check out thousands of photos in our hundreds of photo galleries.  There's so much to see and do here and it's all for you. I so hope you enjoy the little world we've created for. Hugs, Katie   x
    2252 Posted by Katie Glover
  • Hooray!  We've finally done it and I'm soooo pleased!!! Our new community site is online at last.  It was a bit shaky to start with and we had a short time when the site got so slow it nearly crashed altogether, but we fixed that and it's quite speedy now.  We'll work on making it even faster in the coming days and weeks and we'll also fix the remaining bugs.  Don't forget to let me know if you find any. Now, we need to start a full membership drive to help pay for all this. If you haven't already done so, please do play with all the toys.  They are all there for you after all. Upload you best photos to Hot or Not, ask a TG related question in Q&A, use the forums, start a blog here, check out our awesome TG News pages which are constantly updated.  Make new friends in the chat rooms, watch some videos, read Frock Magazine or one of our full member's books.  Maybe have a virtual makeover or check out thousands of photos in our hundreds of photo galleries.  There's so much to see and do here and it's all for you. I so hope you enjoy the little world we've created for. Hugs, Katie   x
    Apr 05, 2011 2252