Friday, May 5, 2017

Our Own Calendar

Occasionally, people ask me if there are any online calendars of transgender events. Each time someone asks, I do a little Googling and find what they need. Someone asked that question last week and Google pointed me to the 2017 Trans Conference Guide on the

In my opinion, it is by far the best one I have ever seen in all my years of Googling such things and I highly recommend bookmarking it in your browser. If you don't do that, you can always find it in my Tool Links in the right hand column of this blog.

Thought for the Day

Religious freedom means that we all have a right to our religious beliefs, but this does not give us the right to use our religion to discriminate against and impose those beliefs on others who do not share them.

source: Johanna Ortiz
Wearing Johanna Ortiz (source: Johanna Ortiz).

source: Barry Kay
Lovely Lenore (source: Barry Kay)


  1. All Trans Calendars are not created equal. The 2017 Trans Conference Guide is one of the good ones. Others say they will post trans conferences for a fee while the unscrupulous ones post the event on their page and then send you invoices for posting it on their calendar trying to get you to pay for the posting.

  2. For UK readers, there is the ever-fabulous Sparkle event in Manchester 1-9th July this year (2017)
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