(For what that hotel costs, I had to!)

I'm sure you don't need to be led around by the nicely-manicured (or not) hand here, but our trans folks here are not hard to find. Some of my favorites I don't see as much as I used to, but there are others. Stop by and introduce yourself at QUILTBAG, if you like. You can use my name if you like. After all, we've known each other online for a good long while.

Our daughter is nine kinds of alternate lifestyle, but all that matter is we love her no matter what. Way too many trans people (several of whom she lives with) are cut off by their families, both financially and emotionally, and IMO that's horrific. I hope your people realize you're still you.

Maryn, still herself