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Re: “Oakland Public Library, Piedmont Branch

My name is Jecquin Irwin. I have started a website for the transgender generation. Please take a look at my website www.transgenderurb.com. and notice there is nothing to degrade us transgender people like most sites to. I'm tired as being show as men in dresses or girls in boys clothes. I would like to know if my site can link with your site. I want to get my point across to everyone that we are not sex perverts but human beings like you. This is very important to me and I could use all the help I can get. The book is written for all GLBT and heterosexuals to learn from. I hope you too will find it interesting. Once again can we link together or if not can you post my site somewhere to be seen. contact me at Quins58@comcast.net. Thanks for your time.

Ms Jecquin Irwin

Posted by Jecquin D'Andrea Irwin on 07/12/2008 at 11:35 AM

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