I am just about to send the new site live this old one will be accessible from the new one :)
watching world war Z with my step daughter who I had to make over to get her in for a 15 lol not sure it was needed at all... we walked in and the place is full of men only most sitting on there own.. :( I think that is a little sad.... we it's starting will let you know if it's shit :)
Just thought I would share this as some people I don't know why are not happy with it... well all I can say is get a fucking life and a sense of humor .. this guy is great....
The new site is looking good its taking a little longer than first expected but it will be worth it... I will be adding lots more information and more interactivity for the users... if there is anything you would like to see on there just let me know and I will see what I can do :) xx
Boston police have issued new guidelines on the treatment of transgender people by its officers.
The policy was issued last week, and requires police officers to address transgender people by their preferred name, whether or not it is their legal name.
The Special Order states in part, “The policy of the Boston Police Department is to treat all individuals with dignity, respect, and professionalism. Officers shall at all times abide by Boston Police Department Rule 102 §9 (Respectful Treatment), as well as the City of Boston Office of Human Resources’ ‘Guidelines to Prevent Gender Identity Discrimination’ when interacting with transgender individuals.”
Use of appropriate pronouns, as chosen by the person, is also included in the new rules, reports the Associated Press.
The new policy also gives transgender criminal suspects the right to request their preference out of a male or female officer, if they are to be frisked, and the right to be held in a cell alone.
As part of the new guidelines, a “Statement of Search Preference Form” must now be completed by the transgender individual; choosing to have a female or male police officer to conduct their search.
These new guidelines were issue five months after the settlement of a case brought by a transgender woman who was placed under arrest for refusing to leave the women’s bathroom at a Boston homeless shelter.
The Policy was developed with the assistance of and in partnership with the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition and BPD’s LGBT liaison Javier Pagan
You can read all about this on Pink News
This is a little snip of the new site, it will be more interactive for people...is there something you would like to see on it if so let me know...
Hormones should only be taken by people who have been diagnosed as being transsexual. If you believe yourself to be transsexual, see your doctor and get diagnosed, do not go this alone they are there to help, so do not put your life at risk taking of hormones needs to be monitored by a doctor
hormones can be dangerous and even fatal if not taken properly If you are thinking about taking them please see a your doctor...
My ex-soldier husband Trevor is becoming a woman - and she's still the love of my life
Browsing through a rack of summer dresses, Victoria and Treva look like girlfriends on a shopping spree.
But Treva used to be Trevor – a hard-bitten Army veteran who saw action in the Falklands... and Victoria is her wife.
Yet despite Treva’s decision to change sex, taking hormones which have caused her to grow B-cup breasts, they say they are happier than ever as a couple.
Now mum-of-three Victoria, 39, is helping Treva, 41, to live as a woman. “With Treva, I have the best of both worlds,” says Victoria.
“She is still the love of my life, the same person inside, but now I also have a best friend who I can talk about make-up and clothes with. Of course I was absolutely shocked when she first told me.
“But now we are both going through the journey of her sex change together. I am as thrilled as she is to see her developing breasts and a new figure.”
Treva, who out of desperation to become a woman once took Victoria’s contraceptive pills, says: “Telling Victoria I wanted to change sex was the hardest thing I’ve ever done. It is such a relief that she is standing by me.”
Now the couple even share their wardrobe.
“We both have a huge passion for shoes,” says Victoria. “We often swap clothes – we have the same tastes. We both love casual clothes, although Treva prefers to wear full make-up every day and always has her nails perfectly manicured.”
Treva has also had plastic surgery to look more feminine. The couple took out a £4,500 loan, and seven weeks ago she had an op to make her nose smaller. She also plans to have £3,500 surgery to make her forehead less prominent.
Victoria first met Trevor when they were at school in Boston, Lincolnshire. She was 13, he was 15... and there were no sign he was anything but masculine.
She says: “Trevor was known as a tough bloke who everyone looked up to and no one would cross. I developed quite a crush on him and for a few weeks we had a typical teenage romance with a few stolen kisses.”
But within a few weeks Trevor had left town, signing up with the Royal Engineers. Over the next 23 years he became a Lance Corporal, serving in Bosnia, Kenya and the Falklands.
“I married and had a son, now aged 21,” says Victoria, who works as a carer.
“When that marriage ended I met someone else and had two more children, who are now 10 and six. Trevor also had various girlfriends and married when he was 24.”
But they never forgot each other and kept in touch for those two decades. “Trevor would suddenly ring out of the blue and when he was back on leave we’d sometimes meet up,” Victoria says. “Sometimes years went by when we didn’t see one another.
“When we did, the attraction was incredibly strong but nothing happened because each time one of us was with someone else.”
However, in September 2006 Victoria received an email from Trevor that rocked her world... telling her he wanted to become a woman.
Shocked, Victoria emailed back to ask if he was joking.
But, she says: “When he sent me photos of painted nails I knew it was for real.” Treva says: “Ever since I was a teenager I’d always felt something wasn’t right because I didn’t seem to fit with men or women.
“But in those days there was no information about men who wanted to become women.
“So I kept any feelings to myself. There was no way I could have confided at the time to any of my Army colleagues.
“I’d always had a secret stash of women’s clothes. My first wife had no idea but when she went out I’d sometimes dress up in them and just sit around the house.
“In hindsight it was the only time I felt truly comfortable.”
After the revelation, the number of emails between Victoria and Trevor dwindled. For three years they lost touch altogether and Treva admits she was worried that their friendship had been ruined.
But by May 2010, Trevor’s 15-year marriage had ended and when he emailed her out of the blue, Victoria’s relationship with her youngest children’s father was on the rocks too.
Treva says: “I’d never been able to get Victoria out of my mind. She’d always been the one person I could confide in.”
Victoria was thrilled to be back in touch with Trevor.
She says: “Talking with him I realised it didn’t matter he still wanted to change sex. He was my first love, a soulmate.”
Shortly after Victoria’s partner moved out she started dating Trevor. Then, on New Year’s Eve 2011, Victoria made him up as a woman for the first time. She says: “It was a very intimate moment – and I proposed.
“Years ago Trevor had asked me to marry him but I turned him down because I’d only just come out of my first marriage. Now the time was right. I was delighted when he accepted.”
Within six months she and her children moved to live with Trevor, who was still living as a man at his Army base in Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire.
And in September 2011 they married in a small register office ceremony.
“On our wedding day Trevor was still living as a man... and we made love as man and wife. No one knew our secret but I already knew that I’d support him with his change of sex.”
Soon afterwards Trevor retired from the Army and started to dress as a woman every day.
Victoria says: “I could immediately see how much happier Trevor was as a woman. As a man he was a typical quiet reserved British man but as Treva she was much more outgoing, chatty and relaxed.”
The first step of the transformation was to get rid of body hair. “That took a whole day,” says Victoria.
“Then she began taking my contraceptive pills, which I’d researched on the internet could help male-to-female transsexuals.
“The female hormones helped her to start to grow breasts, softened her skin and thickened her hair.” Then they went shopping together, with Victoria helping 5ft 7in Treva to choose clothes to flatter her figure and apply make-up.
They also visited the children’s school to tell teachers about the sex change.
“We were honest with the children,” says Victoria. “We simply told them that Trevor felt he was a woman trapped in a man’s body and was going to change sex.
“The school has been completely supportive and the children, who still regularly see their dad, who has remarried, have accepted Treva,” she says.
Despite this, Victoria admits she and Treva do sometimes get odd looks and stares when they go out together. “We decided it was because some of Treva’s facial features were still quite masculine. She had a large nose for a woman and we both decided it would look more feminine if she had cosmetic surgery to make it smaller.”
Now, instead of contraceptive pills, Treva takes female hormones, which Victoria has found for sale online.
“As well as breasts, she has a more womanly shape with hips and a smaller waist,” she says.
Treva now hopes to have implant surgery to create larger breasts, and to be accepted on to the NHS waiting list for gender reassignment surgery to remove her penis and create a vagina.
The couple, who live in Peterborough, admit many friends and family were initially shocked. “Trevor was the last man anyone would ever imagine would want to become a woman,” says Victoria.
“But now people have got to know Treva, they are more understanding. In fact some of our friends are old Army colleagues.
“They still call Treva her old Army nickname, Arthur Askey, but no one bats an eyelid now.”
They plan to stay married and Victoria is writing a book about their experience.
Victoria adds: “As Treva has taken the hormones, she can no longer make love as a man.
“But as two women together we still do have an intimate and sexual relationship. To me she is the same wonderful person.
“In fact we are happier than ever together. Trevor becoming Treva has only brought us closer.”
Read the story at Mirror.co.uk http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/real-life-stories/ex-soldier-husband-trevor-becoming-woman-1940556#ixzz2VhkcItfA
I have looked at this app and its sick it is still available on android please show your disgust...
Apple recently pulled the "Setting Captives Free" app from its iTunes store. The app for iPhones claims to help people fight "habitual sins," such as substance abuse, gambling and sexual behavior.
The app was pulled by Apple because it includes a course called "The Door" that claims to set users free from "the bondage of homosexuality through the power of Jesus Christ and the cross."
Apple removed the app after the group AllOut.org got a petition signed by 65,000 people. The group claims the app could cause "terrible harm to lesbian, gay, bi and trans people, or anyone forced to try to change who they are or who they love."
This is my youngest daughter, Ava. I felt that I needed to share the conversation she and I had after a school field trip today.
Thanks to have a gayday Facebook group for this :)
Being Transgender or Gay is not a choice, being Transphobic or Homophobic is, so don't be a Twonk