Welcome to the Transgender Education Association, Inc.
Our organization is over 30 years old and our primary mission is to help those who identify within the transgender spectrum. Since 1982, TGEA has been dedicated to educating, helping and supporting transgendered individuals, their Significant Others, Families, and Friends.
Our web site is our online outreach program and is provided as a resource for members of the Transgender Community. Whether you are curious about the transgender world, or are comfortably living in the gender that suits you, we hope you will find this web site to be a useful resource. It contains information and resources for those seeking a better understanding of what being transgender means for their lives. It is not a site for erotic or sexual content.
Holiday Formal, December 6th, 7pm Ticket Prices are $45 for paid members and $50 for all others
The Holiday Inn Arlington (near Ballston metro station)
4610 North Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA 22203
A group of rooms have been reserved at special rates for those wishing to get a room and stay overnight. You may conact the hotel at: Phone: (703) 243-9800
Entertainment for the evening will be the musical duo of Steffi and Tim, self-described world travelers, musicians, and many other things as well. Their music roots go back to University of Delaware where Tim focused on piano, and Steffi on vocals. But it took a trip to London for them to find each. The duo began making music together as a hobby, initially covering their favorite singer/songwriters, including Erin Bode, Melody Gardot, and Ingrid Michaelson.
Makeovers Offered On-Site
Elizabeth Taylor will be offering makeup makeovers for the TGEA Gala in a hotel room on-site that TGEA is graciously providing before she joins in the festivities. Book online at http://makeoverswithelizabethtaylor.fullslate.com or email Beth at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Special Thank You goes out to Julian Gladstone.
- Julian provided us copies of his autobiography entitled, “Never Climbed His Mountain.” Julian’s book is a finalist in the National INDIE Excellence Book Awards for 2013.
- Julian was born of the Great Depression, served as a World War II navigator/bombardier in the Eight Air Force, and is a graduate of the Wharton School of Business. Without the benefit of the Internet, Julian relates his story of living, learning and dealing with being TG. You may also follow his blog posts at: MYTHS, FALLACIES AND MOST THERAPISTS WITHOUT A CLUE.
Upcoming First Sat TG Gathering is 1 November 2014. 7pm to 11pm. All are welcome. Halloween Costume Party.
Board Meeting is scheduled for 9 Nov 2014, 2pm. All members are welcome to attend. For details please contact us via email.
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