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When One Corner of the Internet Dies You Can’t Assume What Will Replace It is Automatically Better.

How Yahoo Groups Grew the Transsexual/gender Community.

Envy hit me like a ton of bricks when I was informed about an acquaintance who had started to transition. I had been out of a short relationship which threw open the drapes that were hiding the window to…

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