I agree. I want/need for my own personal sense of belonging a group of people that have had experiences like mine to share, well, experiences with, and thus far in my life they've been very cis-female and strongly associated with my reproductive organs, bearing and raising children, and boobs These issues are, unfortunately, very much a guiding arrow in my life and I would hate losing this venue for discussion. It's been very, very helpful to me. I don't care what you call it, though - the "parlour" is pretty fluffy. I don't really care who is in it, either - I can see the value of a trans person being part of this group, especially newly in physical transition. And I'm not opposed to some other forum, whatever - forum it up my friends. Thanks, Alex for bringing this up. I've thought about it a few times, recently.