A letter to a friend regarding voice therapy options
The below information focuses on making one's voice sound more female or feminine.
This said, while most people associate voice lessions with transwomen, many transmen can benefit from them too (as T doesn't expand your larynx, or make your chest bigger - it just thickens your vocal chords) as well as 3rd-gendered people. And certainly bigendered folks!
Here's what I've found.
Free Drag Workshop! Tomorrow!
Drag it up!
a wicked drag workshop lead by the awesome devin ( devin_boi
, Saturday, Feb 17th at green thumb 1885 Venables st. (next to the VECC)
check out genderbent_2007
for more info.( poster!Collapse )
People of any gender identity, sexual orientation, shoe size, and musical taste are welcome.
The Simon Fraser Student Society's Advocacy Committee is interested in supporting SFU student activism on pretty much any semi-organized social justice cause that does not contradict SFSS social policy. We can help you with networking, room-booking and can give you supplies or a grant.
I, Sasha Fox, your new External Relations Officer, am the person who puts items on the agenda; so if you're interested, contact me
Please tell anyone who is interested, and re-post as you see fit.
i'm kinda new to the city (well i live in richmond but...yah) and i'm gunna be going to VCC in january. i'm kinda looking for people who are like me who would wanna hang out.
This is the Trans Alliance Society of Greater Vancouver, British Columbia.
And this is our profile:
The Transgender Alliance Society ("TAS") is a volunteer organization in the Greater Vancouver area of British Columbia, Canada. We advocate for transgender rights, and facilitate networking between people interested in advocating transgender rights. This Livejournal community exists to help advance the agenda of the TAS.
The Transgender Alliance Society operates according to principles of democratic participation and Robert's Rules of Order. We treasure alliance-building and we encourages volunteer participation in activism, especially around gender issues. The board of the TAS consists of a chair, secretary and treasurer. TAS aims to sponsor a variety of committees, each of which focuses on one or more issues affecting transgender people. If you have a cause, and would like to join or start a comittee, just post.
The TAS welcomes anyone, transgendered, cisgender, or gender-questioning. The TAS welcomes representatives of all groups who support the right of transgender people. The TAS is interested in building alliances. Anyone, TAS member or not, can post to the TAS community Livejournal. So, if you have something that you'd like trans-activists in Vancouver to hear, post it!
This community is moderated by Sasha Fox (who, at present, has no pronoun preference). If you wish to speak to the moderator directly, email saliency atshaw dottsee-ae.