If you would like to exchange links, please e-mail me with the URL for your page. Anyone may establish a link with these pages as long as it is not used for commercial purposes.
Rembering Our Dead - is a memorial site to those in the TG community who were taken from us.
Robert Eads Memorial Page - Robert was a member of the Southern Comfort Conference Planning Committee who died of cancer January 17, 1999. When he was first diagnosed, he went to over 20 doctors before he found one who was "comfortable" treating a Transman. As Dee's doctor put it, "That's reprehensable!"
Susans Place Transgender Resources - The message board at Susan's is a great place. If you have questions, usually one of the girls there can answer it.
Amy Alley - A very sweet girl and friend from North Carolina. For those with family issues please read her mom's portion for parents.
Lisbeth's Rose Garden - One of the girls from Susan's. Great Christian information.
Above and Beyond - A wondeerful site from my friend and sis, Chris Wells. I don't know of a site with more links to gender information than this one.
Kerri's Vanity - Entertaining and informative site from the beautiful Kerri Edwards.
Beverly’s Bungalow - My first TG friend from Southern Comfort 1997. Don’t believe anything she tells you about me. I was somewhere else and have witnesses to prove it. LOL
Welcome to Carol's - The start of a great site from one of the girls at Susan's
CD Central - Website from Rachel Willis, a beautiful English lady and another of the girls from Susan's Place. Dee and I both are jealous of how good she looks.
Tri-Ess Chapter Resources
Karyn's Transsexual Refuge - Karyn is a wonderful lady who calls it like she sees it. Some excellent links and information for the transsexual based on her experiences in transition.
Yvonne's Home Page
Candy's Home Page
Transsexuality - Jennifer Diane Reitz. Home of the COGIATI test and lots of good information.
Take the "Combined Gender Identity and Transsexuality Inventory" (COGIATI) - If you take the test, please send your answers to Lisbeth for her survey and attempt to update the test. Just send her the question number and the letter answer you gave. Ex. 1-a, 2-b, etc. Also, remember that this test and any others you take online are just for fun. They should not be used in any manner to make life changing decisions. That should only be done in collaboration with a qualified therapist(one who is familiar with Gender Identity counseling).
- is Atlanta's GLBT newspaper and is very TG friendly.
Lynn Conway - Computer Scientist, Electrical Engineer, Inventor, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Emerita-University of Michigan. This is a must read for all transgender people.
Couseling Services for TG People
Rev. Dr. Erin Swenson - Erin is a Family and Marriage Therapist in Atlanta and also provides couseling for Transgendered people. And if you ever get a chance to hear her speak, don't miss it.
Virginia Erhardt, Ph.D. - Located in Decatur, GA, Virgina specialize in working with people whose identities and issues lie all along the gender spectrum.
Gianna E. Israel - provides a San Francisco based counseling service. Her site also has a very extensive library of information.
Dr. Anne Lawrence - has a private practice in clinical sexology and transgender medicine in Seattle, Washington. She also serves on the Standards of Care Committee of the Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria Association (HBIGDA).
Ormewood Park Presbyterian- is an all inclusive place for worship here in Atlanta. It's a wonderful place and you are accepted for who you are (a child of God), and not who society thinks you should be.
More Light Presbyterians on Transgender - This information is certainly familiar to all of us, but serves as a primer for those who would be welcoming to TG people, but don't know how to do so.
More Light Presbyterians Transgender Resource- contains a couple of excellent pieces written by Rev. Carla Pridgen and my friend, the self described "world famous transsexual Presbyterian minister" Rev. Erin Swenson.
TransFaith Online - Transgender Christian Resources On The Web- has articles that are well worth reading for Transgender Christians. Especially check out the TransLife in our Churches page. It contains articles by Erin, Rachel Miller, Terri Main and others, including a very well written article on Deuteronomy 22:5 by Rabbi Tilson.
Whosoever - An Online Magazine For Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Christians.
Gentle Spirit Christian Church meet's 7PM Sunday night at Epworth United Methodist Church on McLendon Ave. in Atlanta.
Grace and Lace Letter has many articles written by noted TG Christians such as Terri Main, Dr. Becky Allison and Lisbeth Kellogg along with those of the late Lee Frances Heller.
Dr. Becky Allison - A wonderful writer, Dr. Becky has penned several essays for the "Grace and Lace Letter."
(Note from Beverly - I am putting shopping resources here simply for reference and not as an endorsement. The only two companys that I can endorse are The Wig Company and One Hanes Place. Both offer excelent customer service.)
The Wig Company - These are great people to buy from. They don't have their website up and running yet but you can go to their URL and e-mail, fax or call them to ask for a catalog. For the full story on why I think so highly of them, click here.
One Hanes Place - Good source for lingere and hosiery needs with online ordering. If you sign up for their shoppers scoop, they will e-mail you with special offers.
Victoria's Secret - I don't think I need to say more.
Maidenform - has a lingere planner to give you an idea of what to wear underneath.
Just My Size - Plus size lingere and hosiery from One Hanes Place.
Cybernet.com -Need an evening gown but don't want to pay a small fortune? Cybernet.com has a great selection of gowns at prices ranging from $69 to $99. Now we know that at that price, they probably aren't make of silk, but then you're probably only going to wear it once anyway.
Sexy Shoes - Leslie Shoe Company's online site. They have some very nice styles and most are in sizes up to 14. But one word of caution. While the do have a few styles in 3.5" heels, most are in a very high heel (4"-6") so they are primarily for younger women. They are also TG friendly (they even tell you how to convert mens shoe sizes to womens). so don't worry about it if you need to call them.
The Breast Form Store - An online store dedicated specifically to the transgender community. Because they are a sister store of a very large supplier of forms, they can offer lower prices. They even have forms especially designed for CDs.
Makeup and Techniques
Application Techniques - has lots of good information on application. Great site for anyone just learning to apply makeup.
Learn To Apply Eyeliner - This is probably one of the hardest things to learn. Easy lesson that is really geared towards young girls, but is also useful to the novice transgendered woman. They also have a lesson on shaving your legs. Teaches you how to do it without opening an artery! :-)
Beauty.com - has tips from Kevyn Aucoin, author of two books that I highly reccomend. In "Making Faces" and "Face Forward" he gives you step by step instructions on how to create the looks shown in the pictures..
Covergirl's "CG Connection" - has color matching, shopping and animated techniques. Good source for tips. Sign up and they will send you monthly updates on new products and a seperate "beauty horoscope."
The Frugal Face" - Tips on makeup on a budget.