Continued from The Lost Girls
TRANSform Me, a new reality show in which three (Laverne Cox, Jamie Clayton, and Nina Poon) transgender women give cisgender women makeovers. The three leads give cis women makeovers while relating these women's experiences to their transitions. It celebrates a certain standard of beauty, exemplified by its three stars who, while trans and racially diverse, all meet a very mainstream definition of female beauty.
When Nicole asks Laverne Cox the naïve but typical question "You used to be man?", Cox laughs and then gives the nuanced answer, "Sort of. We're transgender, so we always felt like we were little girls inside, but when we were born what was on the outside suggested differently." http://www.feministing.com/archives/020399.html
The series stars Maria Roman, Tiara Russell and Cassandra Cass. The three women were first featured together in the documentary film Trantasia which chronicled contestants in the first ever 'World's Most Beautiful Transsexual Pageant'. Wild Things reunites the three transgendered women as they visit small towns [Just like the one I grew up in Canada] in the United States and work in traditionally macho jobs to earn cash to assist Maria's brother who is struggling with a critical illness. - Wiki
The Trinity of Buddhism is quite different from that of Christianity. The latter lays most stress on personalities, the former on the function and not on their personalities which may or may not be equal in position. http://www.yogichen.org/
The Devolution of the Manhood Archetype Lenon Honor
Tara King's Agent # 69
Sketches of the ancient past Prehistoric Ireland TARA, seat of the Irish High King : Tara had served as the seat of the high kings of Ireland for thousands of years and is the 'royal mound'.
To be sure of the conversion of pagan Ireland to Christianity during the fifth century A.D., Saint Patrick used this ancient site of pagan ritual,Tara, to conduct a Christian gathering, the "Rath of the Synods". Tara remains the heart and soul of Celtic people of this land. http://hubpages.com/hub/Irish-Kings-of-Tara
Feminism is highly overrated
Another Tara fresh in my mind is Tamra from 'Caprica' & the 'Adama' plot line introduced in "There Is Another Sky". Tamra is the new Neo in the Matrix, who's family happens to live in apt # 3. "She goes from being this meek teenager that can’t feel her heart – to now being an invincible weapon in the holobands." -source
"I'm scared. Why can't I feel my heart beating?" -Tamra