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by Ellen Sherman

Every Fall, several hundred traditional husbands, fathers and businessmen come together in Provincetown for Fantasia Fair with parties, seminars and workshops exploring the thorny issue of how to buy the right wig and hide a 5 o'clock shadow with the foundation and blush-on. Heterosexual married men from suburbia

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Transgender ID Card

Many support groups such as Tri-Ess create ID cards for their transgendered members. I think this is a great idea, but their cards leave out a few things that would make them really usuable, so I decided to make my own ID card. Here is what I came up with. I actually carry this with my drivers license (not obscured of course) and will hand both over if ID is requested.

If you would like a card of your own, email a clear front-on face shot of yourself in both boy mode and girl mode (try to make one match your drivers license photo if you can) along with the information on the card to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . I can crop the photos if necessary, just try to send a high-res photo. The information that you provide will only be used to make a card and will be securely deleted after I am done (I use an encrypted file shredder for this type of stuff). I will in turn email you back a PDF which you can print on photo paper and cut out. These cards are 3.5”x2” (business card size), so if you want more than one copy on the page let me know. If you happen to live in the NJ area and want to travel to my location I can make a card for you, all I ask is a donation to cover the cost of ink & paper.

Sample Card

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