Sunday, March 29, 2015

Florida Southern!

A hearty congratulations to the 2015 Division II men's basketball champions Florida Southern College  Moccasins.

Friday, March 27, 2015

Division II Women's Basketball


                              CALIFORNIA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA VULCANS              


Genevieve's Gems

Life is like dancing. If we have a big floor, many people will dance. Some will get angry when the rhythm changes. But. life is changing all the time.  

~Miguel Angel Ruiz, Mexican Author  (b. 1952)

Thursday, March 26, 2015


Congratulations to the Oklahoma City University Stars and the Morningside (IA) Mustangs on winning the NAIA Divison I & Division II Championships. A job well done!

Oklahoma City University Stars- 80
Campbellsville (Ky) Tigers- 63

Morningside (IA) Mustangs- 59
Concordia University (NEB) Bulldogs- 57

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Always Evolving

One of the aspects of being transgender is that you're always evolving. I expressed this point with a group of my trans sisters the other night. Just when you think you have something figured out, something comes along and squelches that thought. 

Trans is a prefix which means 'across', beyond' or the 'other side'. In my case, the other side is the best fit. I know what it is for women to go through some of the stuff that they do. Getting less pay, the feeling of being second class, and the demands to always look young. Trans gender women are still looked upon as novelties but that's changing , albeit slowly.

I have enjoyed life much more since coming out ten years ago. Just recently I saw how much I have changed and I didn't really notice it. When I sense a major shift coming into my life, at times it will cause me to ask many questions. Is it worth it? Is it some thing that will affect me and those around me? There are some questions that sooner or later I will have to answer. 

NAIA Division I Basketball Champions

                             NAIA DIVISION I MEN'S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS!


Naia Division II National Champions

Congratulations are in order for the Golden Eagles of Cornerstone University (Mich.) as they won the NAIA Division II men's basketball championship defeating the Dakota Wesleyan (S.D.) Tigers, 66-45 on March 17th. 

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Division III Basketball Champions

Men's Champions!

Women's Champions!


March Madness

The Division 3 women's basketball championship takes place this evening. The George Fox University Bruins do battle with the Thomas More College Saints. 


March Madness

This is my favorite time of year. Basketball, and more basketball. Today the Division 3 men's basketball championship will be decided between the Augustana College (Ill.) Vikings and the Pointers of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.


Friday, March 20, 2015

Genevieve's Gems

Eyes and ears are poor witnesses to people if they have uncultured souls.

~Heraclitus, Greek Philosopher, (544 BC-483 BC)

Good News For Transgender New Yorkers

Victory! New York State Lifts Medicaid Ban on Transgender Health Care

March 19, 2015 - Transgender New Yorkers covered by Medicaid can now access the medically necessary health care they have been denied for nearly two decades! Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Department of Health have officially adopted a new regulation that ends the 17-year-old exclusion of transgender health care from New York’s Medicaid program

The new regulation, which formally took effect on March 11, eliminates a 1998 regulation which stated that coverage “is not available for care, services, drugs, or supplies rendered for the purpose of gender reassignment….” In 2013, TLDEF submitted a 38-page letter urging the state to rescind the 1998 regulation. The new regulation ensures coverage for many common treatments for gender dysphoria, the diagnostic term used to refer to discomfort or distress caused by a difference between a person’s gender identity and their sex assigned at birth. 

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Was Second Oldest Lighthouse In China

Constructed in 874 AD, Maota Lighthouse was the second oldest lighthouse in China. Located on Mao Island on the Mao River in Shanghai, Maota lasted 1128 years until was closed in 2002.