The Guardian has caught up with this story at last and details what's happening from next year. Nice piccy of the young woman involved.
For those of you who've asked me to do some more of this, I can reveal I'm about half way through the next episode of the 'Perils of Pauline.' I would suggest that at the current rate, it might be next weekend before I get much chance to finish it and do a check through.
So those of you who wish to renew your acquaintance with my fanfic of Melanie E's saga, can start re/reading now.
Goodness, I just noticed that I've been a member here for five years. Originally, I just blogged a few times because I was posting elsewhere, although Erin was kind enough to give me author status based on my other efforts.
According to a link I was sent by a friend, plastic surgery in the US has reached new heights, okay it's from the Daily Wail, but the pictures are impressive. Only two things stop me, finding $30,000 and general cowardice - I'll bet it hurts.
And more on the 'she's my dad' theme: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2115141/Should-I-D...
Here ya go, like his hair.
According to an article in the Guardian, St Petersburgh is following other right wing local legislatures in condemning 'Gay propaganda'. I wonder if we've seen the pendulum start to swing back to the right after the recent increase in liberal policies around the world.
Looking at the way the church in Europe and America is increasingly trying to undermine personal freedoms and various governments seem intent on the same agenda, are we starting to see a reversion to old hypocrasies, double standards and totalitarianism?
I've finally managed to get time to do another episode of Charlotte's Tale. I've said before that I find this one hardest to write because she seems to get into dark places. That hasn't changed, Jane is still a nasty piece of work, who has the power to embarrass or hurt our heroine.
I've had loads of requests to do some more of this story, so for those who sent them, I've acceded to your pressure and Charlotte's Tale 18 is up. I hope you enjoy it.
A story of a 20 yr old girl who dressed as a boy to have relationships with younger women is jailed. Here's how the Daily Wail saw it:
The same story reported by the BBC.
It's a funny old world.
I had Friday off and apart from a little shopping, buying a new tyre for the car and doing some scribbling, it was a non-event. Okay, I wore a skirt and some makeup for a change - I should have gone for a bike ride but couldn't be bothered.
After nodding off in the chair I started a short story, and two hours later I'd done two thousand words - it sort of wrote itself once I got started - my stuff seems to.
Well, it had to happen, after a fairly sensitive article in the Sun, the self-righteous Daily Wail attacked, showing the forces of repression are in fine fettle. Makes the one in the Guardian look wonderful, hell it makes the one in the Sun look good.
For those with hypertension, maybe not a good idea to click on the link.
The link below is of a comment in today's Guardian by psychotherapist Philippa Perry, who just happens to be married to the eccentric ceramic artist and potter, Grayson Perry - yeah, the one who likes to dress as a little girl, when he isn't belting round in leathers on his motorbike.
The article is very balanced and concerns gender variant children of which there have been several articles recently. See what you think.
From the Guardian, so it must be good (evil laugh).
A five year old boy who lives as a girl - I heard this mentioned on the Today programme on Radio 4.
Here's the link: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/4142485/Boy-5-who-...
This is the true story of a family which was totally devastated by the outcome of bullying on a son who might have been gay. I read it and wept, it is so sad. It involves suicide so please if this pushes your buttons don't read it.
Sorry folks, but I've been out helping some friends lose a quiz - I expect we came last, but I had to leave before the end to catch my train. So it's a bit late to scribble an episode, I know I've said i could write them in my sleep, and it might appear if some were so authored, but they weren't as far as I can remember.
Hopefully, normal service(?) will be resumed tomorrow.
Apparently, this self confessed 'sex-addict' confessed on national day time television that she'd had over a thousand male lovers, then revealed she'd had a sex change.
She apparently wanted to do a photoshoot with the Sun. Attention seeking or what? Voice was quite good though.
Sadder than any character I could dream up in my stories.
The movie gets panned, deservedly so, a drag queen without the refinements? Does anything go in comedy, or just women? Some do it better, some worse.
My original idea was to write a longer piece but I decided that you'd all be bored with it after a few pages, so I stopped where I did.
Female intuition leads me to suspect one or two of you might like a bit more of this, so when I have a few minutes I'll possibly do a second installment but that will be it.
I see we're coming up to sixteen hundred episodes of Bike, do I presume the regulars want me to continue with that as well?
So do let me know on both of these if you would.
Angharad & the >^^< team.
This isn't a new novel, it was published in 2004, but I enjoyed it so much I felt a need to share my enjoyment.
It's written by Julie Anne Peters and is written for teenagers, she specialises in that age group and she is a gay woman rather than tg.
A new Gabysode see the link below.