All the girls and boys like me wanted to be Jackie when we grew up. She was my first female idol.
I remember that she caused a sensation wearing miniskirts. Before her, only teenagers and 20-somethings wore miniskirts; she was one of the first prominent mature women to wear mini's. That made it OK for all mature women to wear above-the-knee hemlines and I thank her for that!
Call for Cover Girls
Monica asked that I post this here, so here it is:
This is a call out for photos (a montage of photos to go on the cover of my new book ― Me! The gift of being Transgender). I want to cover the front of the book with photos of T's and TG allies. Unless you specifically ask for your name to be on there, it will all be anonymous.
The idea of the book is that all people should be treated equally TGs and non-TGs. We do not need the kind of artificial division which has arisen. We are all people an entitled to our own journey. These photos need to be 300 dpi so that I can size them correctly.
Please send to my e-mail: monica.mulholland @ gmail.com.Erratic
You may have noticed that things have been a little erratic here lately.
I do not want to go into details... suffice to say that a family member is very ill and that has consumed a lot of our time lately ("our" as in family and I).
So if I am late publishing blog posts, publishing short blog posts, publishing rerun blog posts, publishing no blog posts, or slow and/or short when answering your e-mails, please understand.
|Wearing 3.1 Phillip Lim top and Blaque Label culottes.|
|Rocker Pete Burns circa 2010|