Archive | April 2012

THE BREAST FORM Store Has The Newest Curved, Natural Breast

Dreamlike breast forms DIAMOND
Like a dream – silicone breast forms DIAMOND by Amolux, self adhering – perfect fit, high quality ultra soft medical silicone, perfect replication of a biological breast, “Made in Germany”

This style has a natural cut out curve and looks so natural, go to the wwwmbreastformstore.com to see more of their photos of the latest breastforms, taken from a real womans breasts–to look natural.

 

What Looks Best For You, Expert For Cosmo Magazine, Redbook Magazine

 Ever looked at your closet and wished an amazing ensemble would appear?

It can! My 4 Types Beauty Panel joins me with great tips to help you know how to put an outfit together, easy.

Their outfit tips are specific to the 4 Types in my Beauty Profiling system. Even if you don’t know your Type, their great tips will help you put together outfits that make you look amazing!

 

Outfit Tips for Every Type

  • Bright, Animated Type 1

Putting together an outfit might not look like a process for you—not a structured one anyway. That’s great! Embrace your random, spontaneous nature and put on whatever feels fresh. Once you’re dressed, stop long enough to check in that you’re wearing something that feels fun to you. Mix Color. No More match-match, so find that scarf and throw it around your shoulders,

  • Subtle, Soft Type 2

Your attention to detail is a strength, but don’t let details overwhelm you. Start with a particular item. Then assembe details around it. You might be more willing to try something new if you remind yourself that you don’t have to repeat anything you don’t like. Add Jewelry

 

Like a Type 2, you might choose an item you want to wear and build an outfit around it. But you’ll be swift about it. Make sure your closet’s set up for quick, practical results. If your priority item for the day isn’t working, scrap it and go with an outfit you know will work.

When you’re Dressing Your Truth, you have a high standard for what you keep in your closet and put on your body. That’s great! Don’t add anything to an outfit that doesn’t meet your standard. If you don’t like something—even if it worked for you in the past—don’t feel obligated to hold onto it.

I wonder how many Type 4′s share Sheryl’s experience with bold color.

Feel like you understand a little more about how to put outfits together? Llearn more tips and hear the outfit inspiration you get some mornings before you ever look in my closet!

 We’d love to hear how you play with YOUR wardrobe. Leave a comment and tell us the trick that helps you build a great outfit.

 Three more great outfit tips for all Types

  • When you think about outfit ideas, remember to also think about movement.

The list of your Beauty Profile keywords in my book describes your movement—including the way you put together an outfit! Read the list again with this in mind and embrace your unique process.

  • Create a style library.

It doesn’t have to be professional or high-tech. Just take a picture of today’s outfit with the camera on your phone. Putting together an outfit with what you have becomes that much easier when you have an archive of cute outfit ideas you already came up with!

  • Try new things and listen to YOUR style. You have a beauty sixth sense: use it.

Dressing Your Truth is a makeover system that turns all these outfit tips into a simple process.

All the clothes in your closet look amazing together—and, most important, they look amazing on you! Our easy-to-use online training program teaches you how to put together outfits, using 5 key elements customized to the movement of your facial features, body language, and even personality.

How Do We Feel Pretty, When looking at Cosmo, Seventeen, and Voque

No wonder we don’t feel so great about ourselves when looking at the magazine and television shows? I worked on the fashion business for years, and owned and operated  two modeling schools (one in Texas and one in CA). Sadly, the agents who would come in to see if we had any new girls they could sign and take to NY or LA–for large jobs. Always, they would pick the E.T.–from the movie ET who had the large head and long thin arms and legs. No desprespect (If this will make you feel better) being a ET would quarantee a girl who had worked on her movement, hair, teeth–would get the job. What they were looking for is a young girl, before 14 and before her Estrogen started “filling her legs, arms, and tush out.

Now, here we are, the average girl in your town, comparing yourself to a 14 or 15-year-old girl, and her photo has been touched out also, with experts on hair and makeup. So, the next time you walk past one of those magazines…really pick up the cover….and study how young you would think this girl would be, without all the makeup hair extensions and   false lashes.

Hopefully this helps you in some way, who wants to be ET anyway, and it is a short lived job. Most go to school and get their education while modeling. Watch more for the attractive girl/woman/ who is more your size and shape. Catalogs: I have stopped picking my outfits my catagots, as the girls are so much younger and thinner.

 They use tricks such as pinning the blouse tight, or pinning the skirt in the back, or pulling the pants legs in to look thinner. So, really look for your body type and what will look good on you and not what looks good on her!!  Take your time to shop. If you leave with nothing, that is okay…it is better to have a few fab piece and come back for more shopping and have a piece that fits.   Find show stores that specializes in larger size and have them shipped, if you have a wide foot, look for wide or an open toe, or a strap in the back which can be opened for more room.

Most TG Woman Want To Be Thin ( See Similar Article On TG Life)

Hello All- I recently have watched Housewives of Georgia, and several other movie stars–who have lost  baby weight in weeks. I have a child and it took   years.  Recently the gossip in LA is to take a water pill  maybe once a week( do not take my recomendation but ask your doctor as water is one of the causes of not losing weight) and add in a with potassium from your health food store, with salads (and some have a tummy tuck and a breast lift) and they get their entire body done in a couple of months. I use to think, I’m exercising and busy with my child, how can I not lose weight. Water is very heavy and it bloats.  I can’t be sure this is correct, and I have taken water pills (natural and from my doctor) and you can get sick–you have to spread them out and eat two to three meals a day.  I suggest a natural water pill from the health food store, has all sorts of vitamins that takes the water out. I would only 1-2 weells , and I could not believe how much water there I had lost. . Ask your doctor, if you have a weight problem, to test your thyroid and ask if you can take a water pill,  he probably will not want to give you a RX but ask him about a natural one. They worked for me! Take potassium pill each day, and the more the better. After you get feel what is working or not working for you — you might be able to increase to two per week, but again talk to you doctor. The more water you drink the better the results, as yo have water around your organs also.  The tummy tuck, that takes money!

I have written on TG Life a couple of years ago, and I am working with them, on getting back on board, I miss you girls!

Denae

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TGLife.com A great website, with articles and photos

Hello everyone. I have known Gina Lance for several years, and she and another lady, have put TG Life.com together. There is something there for everyone, some great products and fun photos. Check it out!

www.tgLife.com

For Local Girls In San Francisco! TGSF Harvey Milk Memorial Library May 16th

May Mid-Month Mixer:  Wednesday, May 16th, 6pm to 8pm.
Eureka Valley / Harvey Milk Memorial Library
1 Jose Sarria Ct
San Francisco, CA 94114   A great way to meet others, and have fun getting dressed and getting out. Be sure and look at my DVDs if your not sure of going out in public, as they are good training DVDs. TGSF is a great organization and has some of the best speakers and lots of fun too…so put May 16th on your calender and invite some of your friends.

Get Ready Denver ~ This Update Information For Denver Events

News UpdateApril 18, 2012 
Membership Meeting& Board ElectionsSaturday May 12th, 1pmThis is our annual event where we elect board members and celebrate a great year!  It will be in the usual Picnic format with the main course, drinks, and supplies provided.  If you would like to bring a side dish we welcome your culinary gifts! 

We have three Board members up for re-election, Marv Allen, Christine Bland, and Krista Whipple.  This leaves three (3) seats available for those interested.  If you know of someone interested please have them contact us and be available for the voting Sat. May 12th.  We are looking for those with business skills and experience in accounting, banking, law, or the like.

 

Get ready Denver!Iconic lesbian comedian Suzanne Westenhoefer is coming to town for 6 shows!Thursday, April 19th at 7:30pm
Friday, April 20th at 8pm & 10:15pm
Saturday, April 21st at 7pm and 9:30pm
Sunday, April 22nd at 7pm

8246 E. 49th ave #1400
Denver, CO 80238
 (303) 307-1777

 

 Open HoursMonday 10 AM – 9 PMTuesday 10 AM – 7 PM

Wednesday 10 AM – 5 PM

Thursday 10 AM – 5 PM

Friday 10 AM – 5 PM

Saturday 12 PM -7 PM

Sunday – Closed

No appointment  necessary, you can drop in anytime! Someone is here to chat with you and/or answer your gender questions. We also have free wi-fi, snacks, coffee & beverages.

 

Our Interns Are Here to Support YouThe school season will be ending soon and several of our interns will be moving along, so stop by and say “Hi” while you still can! Click the title to see Beit Ani, Brianna, Jason, Liz, Debbie, Briana, Kathleen, Joshua and Sean!
 not so new – Pet Assisted Therapy ProgramFridays from 9am-3pmThe animal assisted therapy program has been a big success and we invite you to join us and meet Mickey.  The program is designed to make the Gender Identity Center more welcoming to visitors along with providing therapeutic benefits to our clients.  Our therapy dog Mickey will be present in the common room when not working a session. Animal assisted therapy has research proven benefits including improved social skills (such as building relationships) and mental health benefits (including relief from depression and anxiety). For more information, check out Audrey Fine’s articles, or Cynthia Chandler’s book on AAT in counseling
TransMan Support GroupThe next meeting is, May 20th (Third Sunday). Thank YOU for your participation, this is what makes these events great. The positive feeling that comes from supporting others alone makes this group worthwhile!  Share your tips for transition to those who can appreciate your journey. 
 GenderQueer Support GroupFirst Sunday @ 7-9 pm of each month.  The next meeting is May 6th!  Share in the support while exploring the depths of identity!  Be who you are.
 Transgender Career Advancement ProjectPreparedness workshops: Get ready for the job fair.  It is not too late to participate!In preparation for our upcoming job fair on May 5, they’ll be hosting a series of informational workshops, which are free and open to the entire transgender community regardless of registration for the job fair:we simply require an RSVP to Courtney Gray at cgray@glbtcolorado.org


All workshops will be held at 6pm at The Center, 1301 E. Colfax

Monday, April 23rd: Attending a Job Fair
Monday, April 30th: Business Attire and Presentation
Tuesday, May 1st: Self Esteem and Empowerment

The GLBT Community Center of Colorado
1301 E. Colfax Ave.
Denver, CO 80218
303-733-PRIDE l
 info@glbtcolorado.org
 
May 5th
The day-of schedule for TCAP’s Transgender Job Fair will be as follows:

11:00-11:30 Employer check in at The Center

11:30-12:30 Employer training luncheon

12:30-1:00 Keynote speaker

1:00-3:30 Transgender Job Fair

3:30-5:00 Roof Top Reception on The Center’s rooftop

TCAP was created to assist Colorado’s transgender community find good-paying jobs with employers who have transgender inclusive policies in place. TCAP also assists employers in cultivating a friendly and inclusive work environment. TCAP will include several job preparedness workshops at The Center leading up the job fair itself in May. These workshops are free and open to anyone in the Transgender community. If you would like to attend, please RSVP to cgray@glbtcolorado.org

 

 
Looking for a New Job?
 
Did you know that there are approximately 60,000 LGBT-friendly jobs listed on CareerLink? Check it out today!  Click the image above.
 
NORTHERN COLORADO GLBT CENTER

The GLBT Community Center of Colorado is proud to announce the expansion of programming to Ft. Collins and Northern Colorado.
The new additional location will allow The Center to provide services for seniors, youth, the transgender community and other LGBT constituents in Northern Colorado.  For more info click here
 

Intersex Support Group

When: Second Thursday of every month
Where: The Center Northern Colorado
Description: The peer led intersex support group has a meet and greet from 5:30-6pm and the meeting is from 6-7pm. For more information, please contact Dana Zzyym at (970) 221-3247 or dzzyym@msn.com.

 
Peak Area Gender Expressionof Colorado SpringsPAGE has many activities, some of which actually take place in or near Denver, so for more on transgender events in Colorado Springs sign up for the newsletter by sending your request to: PAGE email 
Inclusive Services for LGBT Older Adults: A Practical Guide to Creating Welcoming Agencies
The National Resource Center on LGBT Aging has released the first comprehensive guide for aging service professionals, offering a range of tools and tips on creating affirming services for LGBT older adults. This guide, Inclusive Services for LGBT Older Adults: A Practical Guide to Creating Welcoming Agencies, can help agencies foster a welcoming environment for many diverse populations, including LGBT older adults.Answers the question: “How can our mainstream aging organization provide inclusive and welcoming services to older lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender adults?” 
Sage of the RockiesLots of activities serving LGBT over 50, for more info click here
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New Hip Pads Hit The Runway! Yea, Woman No More Hip Exercises

Hello Everyone- I am so happy, as someone finally designed a smaller, more natural hip pad for women. A previous model for many of the major department stores, the coordinator would want the models to have flat bumms so the clothes would hang and not grab. Now, many tg’s willl wear pads to large fortheir bone/body size–and it does not look natural. So, herewith the breaking news on one of my favorite web sitesl  Yes, smaller hip pads for women.

They are called Siloutte and the higher end dept store carries them. You will begin to see HIPS on the runway, but NOT the larger hip pads sold at most tg stores.