Bring Kate to Your Town

  • Bring Kate to Your Town
    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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    October 01, 2010

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    Natasha

    Hi Kate,
    It really does get better, you just have to go do whatever it takes to make it so. I'm a post-op TS and I recently went through my own journey to improve my life, as I felt like I had paused somewhere in my transition and had not made any progress in quite some time. I had never gone and created a sex-life for myself after my operation, for over eight years. I became inspired by some sex blogs written by some women who were fully self-actualized and knew how to go get what they want. I have since created my own blog to share my experiences. I hope that it may inspire some other transgendered people to go and do whatever it takes to find their own fulfillment. My blog address is http://nailsbynatasha.blogspot.com. I hope someone out there finds it inspirational, or at least interesting.

    jw

    hi, i randomly read your book while i wanted to kill myself a few years ago. i am gender queer and so is my husband/wife, who just told me that he wants to be a woman sometimes. i came across your 'it gets better' video researching cross-dressing. i can't believe you are the same person who wrote that book. i really might have done it but that book helped a lot.

    Tia

    Your words are very powerful & enlightening, i hope one day my story will have an impact on others.....please continue your great work

    lgbt advocate

    Kate your awesome and thank you for that. I might submit my own video too providing hope and words of encouragement to the lgbt community.

    Georgia Lichter-Tournai

    Kate -
    I hope you remember me - I drove you to UNC for you to speak at the college in Greeley, Colorado about three years ago. It was such an honor to meet you and I just wanted you to know that I miss you and think about you and our meeting often - I hope we will be able to meet again.

    Much love,
    Georgia Lichter-Tournai
    gstunnah@gmail.com
    I'm on facebook, too :)

    Sanam

    Dear Kate

    I am a 19 year old freaky geeky arty girl loving girl from South Africa. I cannot tell you how many times I have wanted to commit suicide. I have recovered from depression (mostly) for 2 years now and am in a long term lesbian relationship...which can be pretty rough at times. If only I had found your video when I was 17 and truly in the depths of despair and thinking of ending it. I love you. I still watch this video every time I feel worthless, alone, filled with guilt and regret or whenever I truly feel I can't go on. thank you so much for being you and for sharing yourself with us. Even though I have never met you, I feel as if you have held my hand in times of need.

    Love Love
    CyanideGirl

    Sanam

    I wants myself a copy of Hello Cruel World. Sigh <3

    mwah auntie Kate

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