Monday, March 18, 2019

Coming Soon

Presenting at Hamvention, May 2018

Friday, I will be staffing the Information Booth at the True Colors Conference at my alma mater, University of Connecticut in Storrs, Connecticut. Usually I do a workshop at the conference, but I was late submitting my proposal and there were no slots available. So I volunteered for booth duty.

Next month, on April 27, I will be attending and presenting at the Transgender Lives Conference at the UConn Health Center in Farmington, Connecticut. I will be doing a workshop about the trials, tribulations and successes of crossdressing among civilians in my neck of the woods.

In mid-May, I will be making my annual pilgrimage to the Dayton, Ohio metroplex to attend Hamvention, the biggest ham radio convention this side of the Arctic Circle. Besides staffing my group's booth at the show, I will also make a short presentation at my group's forum to urge folks to contribute to our quarterly publication, which I edit.

And so I go!

Source: Boston Proper
Wearing Boston Proper (Source: Boston Proper)

Coach Ed
Coach Ed femulates again at El Reno (Oklahoma) High School, 2003.


  1. Damn! Why didn't they have womanless beauty contests when I was in school!

    1. I remember one year in Jr. High, the coach (a real self-absorbed dillhole) had the entire basketball team (circa 1968, 8th grade in NC) dress in drag (obviously the team members' moms had to help). A great many team members 'called in sick' rather than go through the initiation/humiliation(?).
      Nobody understood what was going on (including me). Never did this initiation ever take place again. Nothing was ever spoken of it, either.
      Both occasions remind me of the movie "Bull Durham", where Susan Sarandons' character (a baseball groupie) fits the entire minor league baseball team, "The Durham (NC)Bulls" in BLACK GARTER BELTS--NO HOSE-- OUTSIDE THEIR UNIFORMS-- in order to quell their 'performance anxieties' and increase their winning streak. Velma
      P.S. Was the coach a civilian? My Magic Eightball says "Probably NOT".