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Nadia Jacobsen
Nadia Jacobsen

my birthday look

January 5th, 2019 10:47 pm EST

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Karen
Karen

Weekend AWAY!

January 1st, 2019 12:16 pm EST

FemmeFever Weekend At Rainbow Mountain:   It’s Gonna Be AWESOME!

        

        Book Your Room NOW!

 

January 11 – 13 FemmeFever Party & Weekend Rainbow Mountain in Pa!  Enjoy the weekend with Plenty to do at the resort and surrounding area!  Shop – Eat – Party – Be YOU for the weekend!

 

I (Karen) will be there enjoying myself as well as doing makeup applications for those who want!  You can book your professional makeup application now or when there. (best now)

 

I have so much (both FUN & Relaxing) planned for you at this Awesome LGBT Resort! Pajama Party Breakfast, Dance Party with DJ, Drag Karaoke, Wine By the Fire Pit, Delish Food and SO MUCH MORE!  I really hope you join us as we mix it up with gals from all areas!  

 

The Monthly Hicksville FemmeFever Party will be at Rainbow Mountain in January!   We resume our monthly Parties in Hicksville on Feb 7th!

 

For more info:   Karen@femmefever.com or 516 520 0380.   See who we are & more of the FemmeFever Weekend schedule of events at   www.femmefever.com

 

BOOK YOUR ROOM NOW: (or room share)

Rainbow Mountain Resort

210 Mt Nebo Rd

East Stroudsburg, PA, 18301

570-223-8484   https://rainbowmountain.net/


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Janyce Warren
Janyce Warren

Expanding

January 1st, 2019 9:28 am EST

My New Year resolution is to spend more tme with those like me, if I can. I love CDs and would love to spend more time with them both out in the public arena and in the bedroom. I understand many are subs (bottom) like me but I am versatile and willing to alternate. 

Just because I am getting older does not mean the fire is out. Just want to expand my horizons.


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Linda Star
Linda Star

My child is trans – how do I support them?

December 26th, 2018 3:29 pm EST

Trans or gender-diverse young people identify as a gender that doesn’t match their sex assigned at birth.

 

Raising a child in one gender and then having them identify as another at any stage in their life can be difficult for a parent to understand and is not always an easy shift for a parent to make.

 

Being able to offer them appropriate support, however, can make a critical difference to your child’s wellbeing and mental health.

 

The Trans Pathways report – the largest ever survey conducted into the mental health of trans young people in Australia and the first to include the experiences of parents of trans young people – revealed that trans young people are at very high risk for poor mental health, self-harming and suicide attempts.

 

The report’s lead author, Telethon Kids youth mental health researcher Penelope Strauss, said it was clear from the team’s research that young people who did not have the support of their parents were at greater risk of poor mental health.

 

However, she said many parents were accepting and wanted to do whatever they could to support their child, but just weren’t sure how best to do so.

 

Ms Strauss said there were some simple things parents could do as a starting point:

 

 

 

Listen to your child

 

Promote yourself as someone your child can trust by being willing to listen and to seek out information. Talk to your child and keep an open mind as you listen to them.

 

“It’s important to understand that every gender-diverse child is different and their experience may be different, but the one thing all gender-diverse young people have in common is that they need to be listened to. The main thing is not dismissing what your child says,” Ms Strauss said.

 

“Remember, too, that your child may not have all the answers at this point and their identity may change. Parents can sometimes needle their child and ask for answers when the child is only just starting to realise what’s going on. They might not want to talk about it all the time – be guided by your child’s willingness to discuss what’s going on for them.”

 

 

 

Respect their difference

 

“Understand that your child may be exploring their gender identity and that this is okay,” Ms Strauss said. “Your child is not sick or disordered if they identify as a gender that doesn’t match their sex assigned at birth. They are just different. And difference is okay.”

 

 

 

Don’t make assumptions

 

Don’t assume that your child wants to go on hormones or have surgery, because not everyone does. Take it step-by-step and, if appropriate, consult clinicians who are knowledgeable in this area.

 

“Seek out information from reliable sources – and don’t believe everything you read or hear,” Ms Strauss said.  “Some content and discussion on the internet, for example, is not scientific or informed by reputable evidence.”

 

 

 

Consult with your child

 

Consult with your child about how, when and if they want to ‘come out’ to others, the process by which they want to let people know, and their preferred names and pronouns. The most common pronouns are he/him, she/her, or them/they.

 

“Using your child’s preferred name and pronouns is important to validate their identity and make them feel heard,” Ms Strauss said.

 

“Some kids may not want to come out to everyone all at once. They might want to start wearing a dress at home and being called by a different name at home, but not elsewhere, while other kids might want to make a whole lot of change all at once.”

 

 

 

Understand it’s not your ‘fault’

 

“Realise there is nothing you have done to ‘cause’ your child’s gender identity, and that gender-reparative therapies (therapies that attempt to force young people to accept the sex assigned to them at birth) are unethical and damaging,” Ms Strauss said.


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Lynne Love
Lynne Love

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December 25th, 2018 10:28 am EST

Wishing everybody happy holidays and a great new year  xoxoxooxxo


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Jessika
Jessika

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December 24th, 2018 7:14 am EST

To all of my friends here. Have a Happy and wonderful Christmas holiday and a blessed New year..Wishing you all a great 2019...


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Kashina Sky...
Kashina Sky...

True Happiness

December 22nd, 2018 12:47 am EST

True happiness comes from within yourself, doing what you enjoy the most, and being who you are no matter what others think of about you, because you can only be yourself and no one else.

Kashina Skye brooks .... 2/10/2015


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Linda Star
Linda Star

Terrorism an everyday experience for trans people.

December 10th, 2018 7:17 pm EST

Everyone needs to be alert,” said multiple security experts on multiple TV cable shows Wednesday, Oct. 24, after “live explosive devices” were sent to the Clintons, the Obamas, CNN, Rep. Maxine Waters and others repeatedly denounced as “enemies” by President Donald Trump at angry Republican rallies and on Twitter. The climate of fear throughout the country was so intense, the San Diego Union-Tribune building, which also houses offices of Sen. Kamala Harris, was evacuated after several “suspicious” packages were found at the entrance. Later, the UT tweeted: “San Diego police Lt. Kevin Wadhams said the packages contained: one shoe, two children’s books, one football, one empty bag of chips and one hat.”

The Los Angeles Times received a bundle of four suspicious envelopes that were scrutinized by a Hazmat team but did not require evacuation of The Times headquarters in El Segundo.

Reading off a teleprompter at a pre-planned event at the White House, Trump called the use of mail bombs “abhorrent” and “upsetting to everything we hold dear.” And then he uttered another stunner, as if the mail bomb targets bore no resemblance to his favorite enemy’s list: “In these times we have to unify. We have to come together and send one very clear strong unmistakable message; that acts or threats of political violence of any kind have no place in the United States of America.”

But for the transgender community in Los Angeles, the grip of terror that faced the nation Wednesday morning is a too-common experience. As the LA County Commission on Human Relations reported recently, there were a record number of anti-transgender crimes for the second consecutive year—94% of which were violent.

Wednesday’s terrorism fear “gives a context, an idea of how trans people are terrorized every single day,” Bamby Salcedo, founder of TransLatin@ Coalition, told the Los Angeles Blade. “Terror manifests itself in many different ways through people’s actions. This is how terrorism comes to be. But we must not despair. It’s important that we hold each other with love and hope, understanding that evil minds and hearts will not terrorize our communities.”

 

This was also a theme at the massive #WeWillNotBeErased trans rally Monday night, Oct. 22, at City Hall. The rally was in reaction to a proposed memo from the Health and Human Services Department that a New York Times article suggested expressed based the Trump administration’s intention on “defining transgender out of existence.” The new regulation would require identifications to only list male or female, according to the person’s genitalia at birth. If adopted, the new definition of gender would essentially eliminate federal recognition of an estimated 2 million trans and gender non-conforming people in America, as well as numerous protections for women and some men.

When asked about the proposal to strip civil rights protections from transgender Americans, Trump, leaving the White House for a political rally in Houston, told reporters: “We have a lot of different concepts right now. They have a lot of different things happening with respect to transgender right now — you know that as well as I do — and we’re looking at it very seriously.” Trump added, walking away: “I’m protecting everybody, I want to protect our country.”

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra is among those pledged to protecting the LGBTQ community from Trump. “Time & again, the Trump Admin has attempted to rollback important protections for our #LGBTQ community. In response to these disgraceful actions, we have been here to defend patients, students, employees, foster parents & military servicemembers – we won’t stop now.#WontBeErased,” Becerra tweeted in response to The Times story.

Becerra, representing the state of California, joined Equality California as a plaintiff in Stockman v. Trump, one of four lawsuits that have so far successfully blocked the implementation of the Trump-Pence administration’s ban on transgender military service through a nationwide preliminary injunction.

“The Trump-Pence Administration’s heartless, coordinated attempts to erase the existence of transgender Americans illustrates just how low they’re willing to go for their radical political base,” Equality California Executive Director Rick Zbur said in a statement. “But rest assured, medicine, science and the law are all on our side — not the Administration’s — and so are Californians, a majority of whom want our government to do more — not less — to support and protect our transgender family members, friends, coworkers and neighbors….We are strong and resilient. And we will stand together to defeat the Trump-Pence Administration’s agenda of hate and fear.”

The Stockman v. Trump trial is tentatively scheduled to begin in July 2019.

Meanwhile, on Oct. 22, the National Center for Lesbian Rights and GLAD filed a 72 page brief against the latest government attempt to enforce the transgender military ban by asking a DC appeals court to dissolve the preliminary injunction in Doe v. Trump. NCLR and GLAD challenged the Trump-Pence position that Sec. Mattis’ implementation plan is a “new” policy, arguing that it’s the same discriminatory policy Trump originally ordered by tweet. NCLR and GLAD will face the government on Dec. 10 to argue this issue before the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals.

“This proposed policy is a heavy-handed attempt to strip federal legal protections from transgender people,” Shannon Minter, NCLR’s trans Legal Director, said in a statement. “It is part and parcel of this administration’s ongoing attempts to scapegoat vulnerable groups and to promote extremist policies rooted in stigma and stereotypes.” Extremist policies and pronouncements that some believe lead to active domestic terrorism..


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Carole
Carole

Christmass Time

December 10th, 2018 6:40 am EST

Christmas time is here again and we seem to have forgotten the reasons behind Christmas.

It is not about eating to much and buying very expensive gifts for children.  Lets all give 1% of what we would normally spend to a good cause.

Seasons Greetings

To you one and All.


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Alicia Lynn...
Alicia Lynn...

Ugh... Been so busy, and missing my urna friends. Hi friends!

November 20th, 2018 5:10 am EST

Tongue out


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