Saturday, September 19, 2015

Alternative Fashions

 I had a comment last week from Brenn.  She has put together a Polyvor site that focuses on alternative fashions for men.  Very enjoyable. Follow and enjoy.  Thanks Brenn for commenting and the link.  

Brenn, please comment anytime and let us know how you came by your wonderful fashion sense.  


The depth of insight and intelligence within our transgender community amazes me.  Therefore, I would like to dedicate Fridays to you and your post. 

It is not that I have run out of things to write about, but I want to make this "our place". Please feel free to comment on something I said - did not say at any time.  But, if you e-mail me your post I will queue then up and post on Fridays.  

Rant about something I said.   Something you want said or just tell us about a fun experience you had.  Photos please.  (The “G” and “PG” versions). 

I look forward to hearing from you and posting "your stuff"…….


Rhonda  - RhondaWilliams at Bellsouth.net


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