The other day I entered a search term like "best science fiction stories" into Google. One thing led to another and I wound up at site that had a science fiction story called The Fermi Paradox Is Our Business Model Before I even read the story (pretty good, by the way), I noticed that the author, Charlie Jane Anders, seemed familiar. Sure enough, it's the same Charlie Jane Anders who's the author of The Lazy Crossdresser Here's a link to her site: http://charliejane.com/
I'm not the first or even the thousandth person who's noticed there seem to be quite a few geeky people (software engineers, science fiction fans, electrical engineers, etc.) in the transgender community. I think a lot of this is because transgendered people who are online have to have at least a working knowledge of computers to even get online and, being online ourselves, those are the people we tend to notice. Especially for mostly closeted people like me. I know there are many transgendered people who are not geeky and are not even online (how do they live???) but it does seem like there's a higher percentage of geeky people among crossdressers.
There's more I can say, but, as usual, I'm late for something already.
What do other people think about this?