Tuesday, March 5, 2013

My True Colors


Every March, I attend the True Colors Conference.

"True Colors is a non-profit organization that works with other social service agencies, schools, organizations, and within communities to ensure that the needs of sexual and gender minority youth are both recognized and competently met."

Busloads of LGBT students, as well as their supporters and care-givers attend the conference and I am happy to volunteer and lend a hand where I can. 

Most years, I help out at my old support group's booth. Some years, I have made presentations at the conference.

This year, my support group has no booth, but I will be presenting a workshop titled "Femulate: The Art of Becoming Womanly."

The conference is at my alma mater and it always fun to visit the halls where I used to hang out as a guy, but now present as the woman I was meant to be.


  1. Thank you Stana for doing such a fantastic, "outreach", "Community service" being there for our children is a very important mentoring position to be in.

    I've always loved to do this kind of thing! Kudos to you for actually doing it!

  2. You are a ray of Sunshine, Stana. The idea of volunteering at such an out-reach is commendable. Thanks for all you do for all of us!

  3. I don't wish to pry but I wish to know .. why does your support group not have a booth this year?

    1. I was told weeks ago that the group did not have the finances to rent a table. But now I understand they will be sharing a table.

  4. We will be having a 1/2 table at the conference. I talked to Robin and she gave us a deal on the table.

  5. Thanks for getting back, Stana.

    I'm sorry to hear the finance was not there but I happen to think it's wonderful to share! Sharing is always the best way to do anything.

    Thanks again!