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Interview with Karen Peterson of Tri-Ess Minnesota
- 1: 42 Lingerie saved my life
- 7:36 Intro/Interview with Karen Peterson Tri-Ess Minnesota
- 55:03 Become a Trans podcaster
- 57:55 Violent Pastels music
This episode was important to me, because for the longest time, before I understood terms, I thought I was a crossdresser. It wasn’t until much later in life that I realized I was transgender. I feel there are some misconceptions about the crossdressing community, where they fit into the trans spectrum, or even if they fit at all.
Spoiler alert, most do, but it shouldn’t matter anyway.
Tri-Ess is a national organization that focuses on the well being and providing a community for dual gender crossdressers. You can find Tri-Ess Minnesota is the chapter local to me, with monthly meetings, and monthly outings where they offer members a chance to go out to dinner dressed, and in a supportive group atmosphere. Tri-Ess isn’t for everyone, but that isn’t a bad thing, they are focused, and do a fantastic job on their target group.
If, after listening to this interview, you feel a Tri-Ess chapter might be a good fit for you, I encourage you to check them out.
The national chapter website is http://www.tri-ess.org/
The Minnesota chapter website is http://www.triessmn.
Tri-Ess Minnesota voicemail: 612-870-8536
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Last but not least
Did you know that 6 of the 7 dwarves in Snow White were insominacs? Yep, only one of them was ever Sleepy!
Thanks Angela for that joke, you apparently know my sense of humor!