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    • May 21, 2008 11:20 PM BST
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      Hi Girls, (and Boys),

      I just want to tell you all that Sarah Conor has invited me to become the Hostess of the Tranny Fiction and Tranny Books Forums.

      I've accepted her kind offer, so, I'll be trying to get some good "debates" going soon, in those Forums, and coming up with, what I hope you think are, interesting threads.

      Any suggestions, just let me know about them .............. I'm a novice at this, so all your help will be appreciated !!

      Thanks to Sarah.

      Keep an eye out for some new ideas in the near future!

      Hugs,
      Angela. xxx.
    • December 14, 2008 2:50 AM GMT
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      a Book I think everyone should read, especially women is a biography of my heroine;

      Mlle Natalie Clifford Barney. http://www.amazon.com/Wild-Heart-Clifford-Decadence-Literary/dp/0060937807

      Born in 1876, Natalie Barney -- beautiful, charismatic, brilliant, and wealthy -- was expected to marry well and lead the conventional life of a privileged society woman. But Natalie had no interest in marriage and made no secret of the fact that she was attracted to women. Brought up by a talented and rebellious mother -- the painter Alice Pike Barney -- Natalie cultivated an interest in poetry and the arts. When she moved to Paris in the early 1900s, she plunged into the city's literary scene, opening a famed Left Bank literary salon and engaging in a string of scandalous affairs. For the rest of her long and controversial life, Natalie Barney was revered by writers for her generous, eccentric spirit and reviled by high society for her sexual appetite. In the end, she served as an inspiration and came to know many of the greatest names of twentieth-century arts and letters -- including Marcel Proust, Colette, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Isadora Duncan, Gertrude Stein, Ezra Pound, and Truman Capote.

      This book has changed my life and made me even more determined to live true to myself.
    • May 21, 2008 11:45 PM BST
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      Congrats angela.......sarah's made a great choice in picking you as a hostess.

      Lol xxxxxxxxx
      Anna-Marie
    • May 22, 2008 12:25 AM BST
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      Hi Angela,

      And congratulations on reaching the dizzy heights! Definately the right person in the right place :)

      Much love

      Rae xx
    • May 22, 2008 9:16 AM BST
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      Congratulations Angela, finally somewhere where we can discuss the greater merits of the Beano! Lol

      Seriously though, I'm looking forward to this thread.

      Nikki
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      Nikki x

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