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INTRODUCING THE FREE GUIDE TO THE UNITED KINGDOM
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Editorial Comment by Vicky Lee Jan 2009...

It greatly surprises me that in comparison to the 1993, pre internet, pre mobile phone days the scene, in London at least, appears to have shrunk. Despite the fact that in 1993 it was so hard to find your way around the scene, (a scene that had not yet even named it self 'transgendered'), there appeared to be more opportunities. We had Ron Stormes, The Philbeach, Trans-mission, all specifically providing nights for trannies and respectful friends. We had dressing services, Annes at The Philbeach, and Linda Edwards in the docklands.

Of course, as then, much of the gay scene has always offered a friendly if somewhat bemused welcome to trannies. Now in London, QX and Boyz magazines are available free in all Soho bars and are available on-line from their web sites with details of all the London opportunities. Although many gay promotions encourage colorful glamour drag, most, still, are puzzled by convincing girl next door, heterosexual trannies and granny trannies. To Òcome outÓ as gay, it appears, is still easier and better supported than coming out as transgendered - yet I believe there are a growing number of gay guys understanding themselves to be transgendered as well as gay and exploring their own gender as well as sexuality.

I am certain, that if only for the reason that the population of London has grown, that there are far more people in the city with trans feelings and needs. Maybe the reason for the apparent invisibility of the London TG scene, is that the internet has helped a new generation of young 'trannies' to find networks, confidence, grooming and styling advice and virtual experiences. With this informed background their first Òreal life - out of the closetÓ adventure is more likely to be a good positive experience. With a network of friends from the internet like ÒThe AngelsÓ a trip out to a ÒstraightÓ venue are no longer daunting. Good size Tgirl groups can be seen, looking their fabulous best, in classy venues around town. Services such as 'The Boudoir' and 'Adam & Eve' support such trips charging a fee for make-up and styling help, transport and group escorting. Jodie and her ÒBoudettesÓ have an extensive, year round, diary of events including west end theatre, top class restaurants, national events within the TG scene as well as public events like ladies day at Royal Ascot. Jodie even takes groups overseas to NYC and Miami. So it appears that the sky is the limit for today's confident trannies.

We have been told for years that most trannies are heterosexual, dressing not to attract sex with men, but to exercise their femininity while their sexuality stays as fixed or as fluid as any non trans person. However over the last few years there appears to be a growing number of Tgirls visiting swingers clubs which are offering a welcome to T-Girls along side the opportunity to have sex in the venue with all comers. These swingers clubs appear to have a growing TG following. Another aspect that has influenced this phenomena is that there are now far more guys actively searching out T-Girl company. This is a new young, good looking, confident breed of admirer who may not talk or think in terms of bisexuality but knows what he wants.

Meanwhile The WayOut Club in London every Saturday remains a safe, fun, place for all. A safe home for all Trans people, partners, family, as well as male and female admirers, where sex and drugs are not allowed on the premises. Where dancing, flirting, and entertainment, make for a memorable night out. Where Tgirls from all around the planet make an effort to visit. Where social intercourse is very much encouraged and where thousands have found their way out of the closet and where some have found life change, loved ones and life partners.

If you would like YOUR event, shop, service, place to go to be included in this listing - just email me HERE with an appropriate listing and your contact detail. I require your contact details, email & phone to check that your details are still correct when I do my annual update.

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tranny guide logoIntroduction by Vicky Lee

tg covers 1Since 1993 I have published, annually, twelve editions of 'The Tranny Guide'.

The 12th was the last I published in 2004.

In 2005 I published, instead, a book called Transgender AtoZ.
tgatoz coverThis was a very comprehensive well researched international listings guide designed to work as well in the USA and the rest of the world, as the UK.
This book was backed by a clever interactive website which allowed listings to be added and reviewed in real time. However this did not get the support to afford the expensive monitoring and maintenance. This site was closed in 2009. The book is still available HERE and is still a valuable for listings and reports from around the world.

At the same time, during my break, I have been asked to return to the original Tranny Guide name and format.

Instead with credit crunch looming I created a Mini UK Tranny Guide.

tg covers 2 I researched and checked these listings during October 2008. This is the guide that appears here. You can also download it HERE in WOW issue 3

This is by no way an exhaustive listing but aims to give you a good starting point to find shops, services and places to go in most areas.

In this I try to cover the harder to buy essentials. I ensure that those listed especially welcomes trans customers and are comparatively well attended.

For more services we recommend asking those listed in our guide, about their local area.

These aim to give you a good starting point to find shops, services and places to go in most areas. In the future if you give me encouraging feedback and tips I can build this to be bigger and more comprehensive,

If you would like YOUR event, shop, service, place to go to be included in this listing - just email me HERE with an appropriate listing and your contact detail. I require your contact details, email & phone to check that your details are still correct when I do my annual update.

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Since 1993 The WayOut Publishing Company Ltd has provided information, through The Tranny Guide, to the full spectrum of the transgender community including: first out and regular; TVs, Transvestites, Cross Dressers, T Girls, Trans girls, She Males, Lady Boys, Drag Queens and pre and post op Transsexuals, plus friends, family, public media and admirers. This web site now offers a TG Book Shop offering titles and authors from around the world.

This site also offers a freeTranny UK Tranny Guide, free magazines to download plus the history of The WayOut Publishing Company.We also offer an archive of Tranny Guide articles to browse for free. and a service to publish your manuscript and sell your book on your behalf. We hope you enjoy The WayOut Publishing website. Should you have any comments or suggestions we would be happy to hear then as your feedback is always appreciated. Vicky Lee
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