Transgender Day of Remembrance

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Trannies R PPL Too!

The Transgender Day of Remembrance, held on the 20th of November, is the day of the year when all trannies BAWWW and pledge to NEVAR FORGET their fallen angels. It was started on the internets site Gender.org when the BFF of site owner Gwendolyn Ann Smith was brutally murdered for the lulz in 1998 setting off a series of emo internets drama which expanded to IRL in a short time.

Just one year later in (surprise, surprise) San Francisco a candlelight vigil was held for fallen fgts. Since then, the event has spread like AIDS in a bathhouse to the entire fucking world all from a lame internets site which has yet to discover the concept of professional design.

Webcomics Project

The "Transgender Day of Remembrance Webcomics Project" is an internets BAWWWing competition created by the tranny who wrote Venus Envy and some other tranny who wrote Closetspace and was chased off Wikipedia for writing vanity articles.

In this "Project", eleventy zillion webcomic writer/illustrators dedicate their precious time and talent into remembering dead trannies with heartfelt sorrow by taking over the internets for a day. It was originally just a cross over between Venus Envy and Closetspace in 2004 but quickly infected every other comic in the world, like Hep C from prison rape.

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