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Date:
1/4/99
Time:
7:19:01 AM

Comments

Visiting Denise's Genealogy pages was the best thing I have done so far in my search for my family! Thanks to Denise I was able to give my Grandmother a lost connection to her family for Christmas! She now knows who her grandparents were and that she is related to the Fritch family who came to Canada in 1783. Thanks Denise!

Date:
6/16/99
Time:
4:17:39 AM

Comments

Well I am very new at this I am now just admitting to myself that I am a transgender person. But your web site was very good and I enjoyed reading it.

Date:
6/26/99
Time:
5:36:35 AM

Comments

HI MY NAME IS EARL WILLIAM FRITCHEY JR. FROM PA.B 1/30/51 I'M JUST GETTING STARTED ON MY FAMILY TREE AND I NEED ALL THE HELP I CAN GET.AND IF WE ARE FAMILY LONG TIME NO SEE....

Date:
7/22/99
Time:
12:29:37 PM

Comments

Hey, Denise: I came to see your page after we had an email conversation about discrimination laws that started on techwr-l (tech writers' list). Nice job. :-)

Date:
9/4/99
Time:
4:34:26 PM

Comments

I have to congratulate you on this wonderful Web page in memory of John E. Moss. I'm a KUENY descendant and am very proud of having heard that he married a KUENY, Jean. I'd be very much interested in knowing more about Jean. Is she of Alsatian (German/French) descent? If yes, I'm researching our KUENY family tree (with over 7.000 surnames in my database). Please drop a line, if there's any relationship with our families. Thanks a million Regards Jacqueline Montreal ICQ 48009475

Date:
10/11/99
Time:
12:15:59 AM

Comments

Hi Denise and Allison ! Very nice Web Page !!...I wonder if you know that the Ms M is back practicing law in California. Santa Rosa, I heard.

Huggs to you both,

Ashley

Date:
10/18/99
Time:
7:46:23 PM

Comments

Thank you for this wonderful site! I'm grateful!

Date:
10/29/99
Time:
6:43:40 AM

Comments

Hi, I am Japanese man having trouble of my gender. This web site is very helpful and encourage me. Thanks.

Date:
11/2/99
Time:
1:55:54 PM

Comments

Denise, last time I wrote to you it was here at this site. Then received email you were leaving IntelliCorp and going to ViLink development Group. Please, if you receive this send me your new email address and AOL address if you still are a member.

I last wrote about my trip to LV in September.

Best of the Best,

Joe....HAWKNJ

Date:
11/3/99
Time:
6:08:20 PM

Comments

Hi Denise and Allison, I have search long and hard trying to find TS Mormon on the web. I am also a TS Mormon. Thank you for your story. I realized reading your story that I would have to make a decision about the Church and it would either be to accept who I am or look for a new church. Alas it does hurt but thank you.

If you want to contact me send me an e-mail at thank you Stephanie.....

Date:
11/28/99
Time:
12:44:54 PM

Comments

I am a significant other of a transsexual, and found this site whilst wandering around looking for some support groups. If anyone would like to talk e-mail me at

Date:
12/4/99
Time:
4:23:12 PM

Comments

I am a pre real life test, transsexual I prefer to be called Laurie when I am out as a woman, I have viewed most of this site and I like it. Love Laurie

Date:
12/5/99
Time:
8:38:24 AM

Comments

There are many of us who want to "make the change" but need additional training and knowledge. I've been to voice therapists who can tell me WHAT to do but can't explain HOW to do it. I would like to learn M/F Voice Training, Body Language Training and Attitudes from individuals who know every required WHAT, HOW and WHY from personal experience. They have to know more than the so-called "professionals". Is there a place on the internet where I can learn the behavior modification required to successfully make my transition a successful one? One of my fantasies is to find a feminine finishing school (for transsexuals) that offers a 90 day, on-site, program just as grueling, just as serious and just as intense as Marine Boot Camp or Navy Seal Training. The effort involved in a physical sex-change is totally insignificant compared to the effort it takes to have a successful mental sex-change. It takes balls to "not have balls". It would be worth $1,000 a week to take a 13 week course knowing, in advance, that after this level of training (brain washing) you'd have a hard time remembering you had ever been a man. The backbone of Marine Boot Camp Training is to mentally break you down and then mentally rebuild you into the type of person it takes to be a Marine. Just before having to experience the Real Life Test, this would be a great place to learn and master the new "Minimum Basic Requirements" of how you're going to spend the rest of your life. [If I've offended any Marines who may not appreciate my analogies, my apologies.] Respectfully, (The Future) Jayne Elaine Vaughan

Response: Please see the My Philosophy section, specifically The Future and Faith In Yourself.     Denise L. Fritch

Date:
12/8/99
Time:
2:47:32 PM

Comments

this sight is informative keep up the good work

Date:
12/30/99
Time:
9:28:30 PM

Comments

Denise,

Hope I am the last to comment.

First, wish you and Allison a happy New Year.

Second, I am really impressed by your web page(S).

Third, I am really proud of you and glad to have met you and call you friend.

Recently, read in obit page of local newspaper that an old high school chum had died. We had been friend all through high school and several years after. Then I got married, he still single, and we drifted apart. Have not seen him in thirty years, but still remember him as though it was yesterday.

I still remember the night I met you on Prodigy. You were sad at over a friends death. You signed off crying and yet we were destined to meet once again and then about a year later. How many years is it now?

I guess what I am trying to say is that I am happy and proud of what you have grown into. No easy path you had to tread. Yet you persevered and prevailed. Yes, I know your journey is not at an end...Yet I realize that no journey is complete til it ends.

We have never met in person, but you have made a profound and positive impact on my life. I hope the same is true with you.

So....I wish you and Allison all the best in the coming year and millenniun. May GOD bless your marriage and life together.

Oh yeah...Hang in there spunky!

Your friend.............Joe

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