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Introductions / Re: Hey Guys! Im newbie
« Last post by Kiera on October 26, 2020, 02:46:56 PM »
Welcome to the Forum  :)

Ditto linacaplo !

( lol Joe Biden calls Kamala's husband 'Kamala's wife'
Verbal blunders keep coming from Democrat nominee )
Introductions / Re: Hey Guys! Im newbie
« Last post by Margrit on October 23, 2020, 12:01:57 AM »
Welcome to the Forum  :)
Introductions / Re: Hey Guys! Im newbie
« Last post by Maverick on October 22, 2020, 01:20:26 PM »
General Topics / Re: Other Trans Sites
« Last post by linacaplo on October 11, 2020, 07:24:20 AM »
Just interesting. Thanks for sharing. I also want to know more about dating sites for trans...any recommendations, please. Found only this review
Seems interesting.
General Topics / Re: Other Trans Sites
« Last post by Christine on October 10, 2020, 06:47:51 PM »
Just interesting. Thanks for sharing. I also want to know more about dating sites for trans...any recommendations, please.

Hi Linacapolo,                     10 October 2020

Thanks for posting. Since I have the Love of my Life, I'm not a part of the dating scene. What I will do is see what I can find; it would help if you provided an introduction so we have a better idea what your interests are.

Tell us about yourself either in this thread or in the introduction area, which I see you have already found. Give us a rundown on you so we can get to know you better.

Best Always, Love

General Topics / Re: Other Trans Sites
« Last post by linacaplo on October 08, 2020, 12:56:05 PM »
Just interesting. Thanks for sharing. I also want to know more about dating sites for trans...any recommendations, please.
Introductions / Hey Guys! Im newbie
« Last post by linacaplo on October 08, 2020, 12:54:43 PM »
Nice to be a part of this community!
General Topics / Re: Other Trans Sites
« Last post by Christine on October 03, 2020, 07:06:38 PM »
Hello Jared Ray Christensen (aka Katie of the "Katie and Linde Shit Show"),   03 September 2020

Quote from one of your latest posts on

Katie Quote: "I have been having some urinary issues for about six months, where I either can't urinate when I feel the need or after going I then feel soon after like I need to go again. This seems like typical prostate stuff, though I am a little young for it. Having my testosterone in the undetectable range for over a year and also being on finasteride, I am curious why I would be having these troubles. Without male hormones, I am not sure why this would be happening."

I'll give it to you straight Ms. Know-It-All. First off, waiting over six months to see a urologist when you think you have a urinary tract problem indicates you're not as bright as you make yourself out to be. You could have one or a combination of problems. Most serious is Prostate and or Bladder Cancer, Urinary tract infection, Kidney problems. Just because you are 8 days shy of being 39 is not a guarantee you don't have prostate problems.

Quote from Wikipedia: "African-American men have the highest incidence rates and more aggressive type of prostate cancer compared to White men."

Look it up if you think I'm blowing smoke up your silly ass. I'm trying to help you even though I have many valid reasons to loathe you for what You did and continue to do to Dena.

I have seen too many friends die from it and it's not something I'd wish on anyone. Early detection and early treatment are the only hope one has. One of your many problems is you think you know it all. Let me be the bearer of bad tidings: You don't know jack shit.

Katie Quote: "I have a urology appointment at the University of Iowa Hospital on October 7. The urologist I will be meeting with happens to be the same urologist who is one of two urologists trained to [to] perform GCS vaginoplasty at the UofI Hopsital. During my visit I plan to also ask her about orchiectomy and GCS. I know that one of our members has a friend who recently had GCS there, but I don't know much about which technique they were trained in.

I also plan for this appointment to be my first time at the hospital presenting as female. I am excited for this, as I know that since they provide trans health care, they won't treat me rudely."

For your sake, I hope this turns out to be nothing but a rather severe UTI. I had them when I was a male. Being as how I know you ride a bike (bicycle) for exercise, you could be suffering from a bruised Prostate. Bike seats for men are not the most comfortable or forgiving seats one can sit on. One of the things I found that alleviated this problem was panty liners in the panties I wear when riding my road bike. You will need to try several thicknesses to find what works for you.

I had to stop riding my bike when I went on Xarelto for the DVT I developed 23 November 2018. If I fell, and I have done that, I could cut an artery and bleed out before anyone could get to me. And, chances are, they wouldn't have the antidote as it costs $50K (that's $50,000.00) for the treatment.

I no longer ride my bike, climb trees or ladders, fly planes, ride motor cycles, ride horses, snow/water ski or street fight; there are probably others I missed. I prefer breathing so I gave up the unimportant excitement in my life as I have done more in my 80 years than most folks will ever do in their lifetimes. No point in pushing my luck and most importantly, I have Dena in my life and I don't want anything to disrupt our relationship; She IS the Love of my Life and my Guardian Angel.

Take care Jared; I hope some day you realize the fallacy of your ways; using people will only get you so far; ultimately it will come crashing down.

Best Always, Love

General Topics / Re: Susan Reading Member PM's
« Last post by Christine on October 02, 2020, 10:06:34 PM »
Hi Folks,                02 October 2020

Well, Susan is at it again, reading member's PM's. This seems to be a habit of hers. A new member popped up on another tran site. Here's a quote from Susan:

Susan Quote:

"Someone noticed that a new member on this site [SP] had popped quickly up on a competing site so I did a search of the database looking for references to [to] the domain in question and her account came up.  I saw several messages like:"

Quote Randim PM:

"Try [domain filtered].o_rg. Just delete the _ characters. This should make it past the filters."

Susan Quote:

"We do not as a general practice search members messages, but after this instance raised suspicion of unsolicited advertising, we did a general search looking for messages mentioning the site in question.

Her account popped up and when I reviewed the synopsis the system generated of her recently sent private messages it was clear that she was the one responsible. I did even have to read the full contents of any of the messages.

Please note this search falls under administrative purposes provision of the Privacy Notifications in the TOS."

And Blah Blah Blah. Same old Susan crap, just more of it.

END Susan Quotes/Crap

The above, other than the last sentence, are direct quotes from a post made by Susan.

She tries to make it sound like it's a lot of work to read member's PM's. Not so. She has a "Simple Machine's" Mod installed in her system that allows her to log on as any member without using the member's password (nifty, don't you think?). We were well aware of this mod and purposely did NOT install it in our system. Now, I am going to tell you a way to minimize Susan, or any other staff member from reading your PMs.

If you think of sending a PM that might be cause for being banned, make sure you don't send it/them to people you do not know well. I know one person there on Susan's, a long time member with lots of posts, whose initials are "CR" who will squeal on you in a New York minute. If you do send a PM, as soon as it is sent, delete it from your <SENT> file. This is no guarantee you won't be discovered or outed. As is said, "Shit Happens."

We guarantee you we do not read member PM's; to us, PM on our system software is exactly what PM is supposed to mean/represent: Private Message. When we were on Susan's, we had ours read, which lead to us being banned. We were also banned from Katie and Linde's site. We have documented the reason in a different thread: "Dena's and Christine's side of the story" in the "Announcements" board.

Remember, if you send a PM to anyone, you have a copy and so do they. You can delete yours but not the one you sent.

Sorry for those who suffers from "Paranoia" and have to resort to reading other's mail/messages.

Take Care.

Best Always, Love

Blogs / Re: Christine's Transition Adventures
« Last post by Christine on October 02, 2020, 12:44:21 PM »
Hi Folks,                 02 October 2020

Yesterday being the first of the month, the pups had their monthly heart worm preventative, an absolute must these days. Heartworms, a mosquito borne parasite, are everywhere there are mosquitos. Do your pooch a favor, have her or him tested and put on the preventative. A whole lot better for the pooch than them developing a heartworm infestation and having to undergo the treatment. The preventive is relatively inexpensive compared to the treatment. Without testing and preventative medication for your pooch, by the time you notice symptoms, it will probably be too late to treat them. I speak from whence I came; it was not pleasant to watch, especially knowing the ultimate outcome.

When I adopted Ella, she was already infested with heartworms. Her treatment took 6 months and $8,000.00. The preventative is about $150.00 per year. The treatment is tough on the pooch, some do not survive it. Our pups provide us with unconditional love and affection. Please take care of them.

Ella the Tree

Long story short, I decided to do a test install of the new tree barrier in the back yard. This required me to create 8 holes in the ground. I bought an auger that was for planting bulbs (Tulips come to mind). I managed to drill one and a half holes and the auger was history. It was made for use in a garden with nice soil. My yard is composed of rocks, clay and other minerals.

Back to the drawing board, bit of redesign and modification. I think I have the solution and should know in a couple of days. Ella the Post Oak is safe and is being cared for.

Her first couple of years were rather tough; all things considered, she is actually doing very well with the additional hydration and nutrition that has been supplied.

Next year she should add 2 - 3 feet in height and her trunk should increase its diameter by about 1/2 inch. Of course this will be affected by the weather and the care she receives during the ensuing years. Our plan is to be home in Phoenix soon so we will have to find someone here to look after her once we leave. We will return for visits on a regular basis. How often? Depends on if this country remains a Free Country or  becomes a Communist/Marxist Country.

Best Always, Love


Below is a photo of Ella our pooch.

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