Saturday, January 6, 2018

Spring Can't be that Far Away!

I just received the word that the Trans Ohio Symposium has opened it's call for workshop presenters in April.

I have written here in Cyrsti's Condo in the past concerning my desire to be a presenter again this year at the Symposium in Columbus, Ohio. I have done it a couple times in the past.

My topic is going to revolve around three basic points:

1.- Surviving a half century in a transgender closet.
2.- No one is more trans than another.
3,- The different levels within a transgender transition.

Plus, if I have any time left, I would also like to discuss cross dressing as a transgender survival tool.

With only 50 minutes of time, I think I will have plenty of material.

If you are in the area, the Symposium will be held April 27th-29th in The Ohio State University Student Union and this year is the Tenth Annual. Friday is for professionals (therapists etc.) Saturday and Sunday, the general workshops are held. A very informative weekend!

Follow the link above for more!

4 comments:

  1. Just a suggestion: By referring to different "levels" of transition, some people may see that as contrary to your second point, that no one is more trans than another. "Stages" may be a better word, but even that could be misconstrued. Of course, if you explain only from your own experiences, nobody could argue against that.

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    1. Good points! Thanks! My fondest desire though is to leave the workshop attendees with some questions. Most of the workshops are sooooo bland!

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  2. I would love to come, I would love to present a workshop, maybe on Performing as your true self ~ would anyone like to pay my travel expenses from London?

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    1. I wish I could say yes...but the organizers struggle every year with covering expenses with speakers as close as Indianapolis and Chicago! Sorry

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