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Alana Stone

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Hi all, less than year into the physical side of this after some years of on the fence but very glad to be making it happen now and all the ups and downs suit me juuuussssttt fine ( I still ugly cry regularly though...well ok daily)....always on the look out for good groups to join, though most are at best hot garbage...early impression of this one says I won’t be deleting account quickly.....YAY!!!! Say hi or don’t but please be happy and tell your dog I said Hi!

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Hello Alana and welcome aboard!  Transitioning can be emotionally draining at times so I understand that you cry and are enjoying the ups and downs.  I believe you'll find this a great community.  Please join in!

Cheers, Jani

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Hello Alana and welcome aboard!  Transitioning can be emotionally draining at times so I understand that you cry and are enjoying the ups and downs.  I believe you'll find this a great community.  Please join in!

Cheers, Jani

Thank you Jani!  As you prolly know lots of times supposed trans apps etc are really just pervy people so to see the range of forums and support for people like us is encouraging! 

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Hi Alana, I was in Asheville for a Trans only spiritual retreat back in 2014 and I know you have a wonderful community there is town.  I was only in the city itself for 8 hours, but had spent 3 days up the way in Hot Springs for the retreat.  The time I actually spent in town there was a Pride event being run by one of the people from our retreat group.  There is also another event up in Hot Springs called the Wild Goose Festival which has a number of Trans participants whom I know. It is a very welcoming women's festival that even I am thinking about going to from CA here again.

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