Bring Kate to Your Town

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    To bring Kate to your school or town for a performance, workshop, lecture, or all of the above, please send an email to the following address. PLEASE do not use this email for personal correspondence. It will not be answered. This address is only for booking touring engagements: katebornstein at earthlink dot net. Twitter is still the best way to reach Kate for any personal reason.

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    September 09, 2008


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    Gwen Smith

    Great post. m'dear.

    I've actually long wanted to see some sort of event thast could serve as the polar opposte of Transgender Day of Remembrance, either in the spring sometime, or in August around Compton Riot time.

    Bokononism reminds me much of, say the Subgenius, the Discordians, or even the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster. This is a good thing.

    Kate Bornstein

    Thanks Gwen. For those who don't know you her that well, Gwen founded Transgender Day of Remembrance, and essentially keeps it going. This is a good thing.

    I was recently talking with some trannies in Columbus at TransOhio. We thought a date 6 months from TDR would be great, and we came up with a name: Trannyversary Day. Everyone could celebrate some phase of their life or transition.


    America has really gone to hell huh?

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