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Baltimore Transgender Day of Remembrance [Nov. 14th, 2008|10:14 am]
Baltimore/Washington D.C. Transgendered Folk
MIQA (Maryland Inst. Queer Alliance) is bringing guest speaker Nicco Beretta and the documentary Boy I Am to MICA. The documentary will be followed by Q&A.
Afterwards, there will a candle light vigil outside at Cohen Plaza.

If you're in the area, feel free to join us. You can watch the trailer and read reviews at www.boyiam.com

Thursday, Nov. 20th, 7pm

Maryland Institute College of Art, 1300 Mount Royal Ave. Baltimore, MD 21217
Falvey Hall inside the Brown Center (odd-shaped glass building)
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looking for models for photography in baltimore/dc area [Sep. 30th, 2008|09:15 am]
Baltimore/Washington D.C. Transgendered Folk
I'm looking for male-identified models from the baltimore/dc area for my junior seminar project.No names will be connected with the photos. Please let me know if you're interested; I'll gladly give you a print in return.

The photographs I'm shooting are similar to this image http://www.pdngallery.com/20years/editorial/images/16_mark_seliger.jpg , except that each person who models for me will be photographed separately.

If you don't want to model for me but know someone who might (trans or not, doesn't matter), please let them know. I'm trying to photograph a diverse group of men.

please contact me at jsphadnsmn at yahoo, if you're interested and we'll work out a schedule.

A little about the projectCollapse )
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?'s about chase-brexton [Jul. 16th, 2008|11:01 pm]
Baltimore/Washington D.C. Transgendered Folk

Hey there, name's Kevin, guess this is my first post. I should be getting my letter soon and apparently the Mazzoni Center isn't accepting any new trans patients these days so I figure I might as well head on down to Chase-Brexton. But I've got a handful of questions because that's just the way I am.

1) How long does one usually wait to get an appointment?
2) Does one usually get the scrip on the first visit? Or second?
3) Transportation--is there parking nearby or is just easier to take the rail? I come from the north, um, like PA, if that makes any diff.

Thanks for any help :)
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(no subject) [Jun. 10th, 2008|12:26 am]
Baltimore/Washington D.C. Transgendered Folk

so, my lady friend and i were discussing how it seems as though there's a lack of good, queer webpages/message board and such these days. specifically message boards. so as a result, said lady friend started this:

queer message board!

so go join, meet new queer people, and discuss fun things.

x-posted many places.
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hi. [Apr. 29th, 2008|05:01 pm]
Baltimore/Washington D.C. Transgendered Folk


i just moved to baltimore and am looking for people to hang out with and things to do. so, if anybody out there is interested, email me at amp3r5and AT yahoo DOT com. my internet connection isn't completely set up yet, so i have limited access right now.

btw, i'm 23. gender-questioning. like coffee, coffeeshops, crossword puzzles and other word games, tango, music, etc etc.

drop me a line if you want to say hello
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Tonight! [Apr. 7th, 2008|04:20 pm]
Baltimore/Washington D.C. Transgendered Folk

Hey All-

Just a reminder about the meetup tonight: 8pm at the Savory Café in Takoma Park. I plan to set up on the lower level.

I know at least two of you are coming and that's not a bad start. Anyone else?
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Meet Up Group? [Mar. 30th, 2008|01:44 pm]
Baltimore/Washington D.C. Transgendered Folk

Alright, so it turns out I suck at moderating LJ communities, but I'm going to try this again. For those of you who don't recall or may not have been around, we tried to schedule a meet-up about two years ago and nothing ever came of it.

So, instead of debating logistics, I've hereby scheduled our first "meeting" to take place at 8:00pm on Monday, April 7th at The Savory Café in Takoma Park. It's about a six-block walk from the Takoma Metro station and there is a bus stop there as well, although I can't recall the route number (12, maybe?). Do not be confused by the Savory restaurant just outside the metro station =-)

My goal is for this to be an all-inclusive group/safe space where we can discuss issues and whatnot, but can also have some fun. I think that after I see next week's turn out, I will start looking for places for outings and whatnot (parks, museums, etc. suggestions welcome).

I hope to see you there!
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Hello and Intro [Jan. 6th, 2008|08:55 am]
Baltimore/Washington D.C. Transgendered Folk
Hello All!

I'm Erin and I'm "technically" from West Virginia, but I live in the panhandle part so I'm pretty close to DC, and Baltimore for that matter; and by close I mean about an hour and a half away.

Anyway, I'm currently transitioning, been living ft for over a year and a half and been on hormones for over 2 years. I've recently had to put off my plans to have surgery.

Don't know what else to say really...

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Endos in the area? [Oct. 1st, 2007|09:15 pm]
Baltimore/Washington D.C. Transgendered Folk

Hey all. Just wondering if you guys could give me any trans-friendly endos in the area? I want to see if any match up with the list I have of endos my insurance will cover. Thanks.
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Can't blame it on those darn Republicans... [Mar. 27th, 2007|01:57 pm]
Baltimore/Washington D.C. Transgendered Folk


It very well could have been 7 -4 in favor. I wonder why those two D's chose to vote no?
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