Information about Seahorse

Some questions that you may have about our organisation.


What is the Seahorse Society?

The Seahorse Society of NSW is a social and support organisation for cross-dressers & transgender people, based in Sydney, NSW, Australia.

Please note: We are NOT a dating or sexual contact service.


Why the name "Seahorse"?

The name "Seahorse" was adopted as "it is a rather delightful creature, with graceful movement & quiet dignity" and its combination, at times, of both gender roles.


What are Seahorse's aims?

To bring cross-dressers & transgender people together socially in a safe venue; provide support for them, their partners & families, and promote better understanding to the wider community.


Would you like to join Seahorse?

To find out how to join Seahorse Society:


What is Seahorse's history?

The Seahorse Club, it was founded in 1971 by cross-dressers who wished to share their interests with like-minded people. It is the oldest existing organisation of its type in Australia.


Would you like to contact Seahorse?

You can contact us by email, phone or mail:


The Seahorse News Column

All the latest Seahorse news items and upcoming events.
Sunday, 27th June, 2015.


Membership Subscriptions are now over-due

LAST CALL. If you have yet to renew, please do so now:


Seahorse Fantasia Ball

The Seahorse Ball is on Saturday 15th August 2015. Ticket sales are now open and starting to sell at a steady rate.

Get more information and book your Ball tickets:


Seahorse Forum Problems

I continue to have problems with getting the Forum back up and working. I am currently exploring other forum software.

I will keep you up-to-date with my progress.


Candy's Makeup Tips

At a recent Social Meeting, Candy from Bon Bon Beauté did a makeup demonstration. Her tips are now on the website:


Up-coming Meetings/Events

Cafe Night: Friday 12th July
Committee Meeting: Friday 24th July.
Social Meeting: Friday 31st July


This year's Seahorse Meetings & Events

Seahorse Events:

Seahorse Calendar:


What is on this website?

This website has lots of information about the Seahorse Society, its aims and its activities and about cross-dressing generally.

Below is a list of the contents of the main sections of this website.

The Main Section:


Events: Seahorse Events and other CD/TG events held in NSW.

Our Calendar: On-line calendar contains our events and other CD/TG organisations.

Joining Seahorse: How to apply for membership with Seahorse.

Contact Page: How to contact us by mail, phone or email.

Email List: Members can join the email list to get the news & an electronic copy of the Magazine.

Seahorse Forum: Discuss cross-dressing & transgender issues in our Forum.

Our FAQs Pages: Frequently asked questions: cross-dressing; going out in public; joining Seahorse.

Links to our Sister Organisations: Organisations throughout Australia and the World.

Sponsors' Page: Details of our very generous sponsors.

Payments Page: How to pay your subscription or to buy tickets on-line for Seahorse events.

Site Map: A list of all the webpages on this site.

Search: Search the Seahorse website.

Privacy: Read our privacy statement.

Seahorse Statistics: Data about Seahorse membership


The Resources Section:

 

Resources Index Page

Cross-dressing Guide: Seahorse's Guide to CD-friendly shopping places, services & venues.

Makeup Tips for Beginners: An article that covers the basics of skin care and makeup.

Articles: A series of articles on a variety of topics, most related to cross-dressing.

Members' Guidelines: The guidelines that should be practiced by all members.

Getting Help: A list of useful links to access help for transgender and associated issues.

Seahorse Library: Some excellent reference readings for members and partners of cross-dressers.

Seahorse Life Members: This page honours our four Life Members: Rosemary, Jill, Phia and Julia.

Seahorse Committee: Committee members are elected each May at the Annual General Meeting.

Past Seahorse Presidents: A list of all known past Presidents and their years of tenure.

Seahorse Rules: All the rules of the Seahorse Society, regarding the running of the organisation.


The Members Section:

Members Login Page: Only current financial Seahorse Members can access this section.

New Members FAQ: Answers to questions new members may have about Seahorse social meetings.

Seahorse Magazines: Access back copies of the Seahorse magazines

Photos from Seahorse events: Access photos from Seahorse Balls and other Seahorse events.

Seahorse Committee Meetings: Minutes from their meetings dating from April 2008.

Archive of Seahorse Email Newsletters: Monthly emails sent out by Christine about Seahorse matters.


The Partners Section:

Partners Section Index Page: The Seahorse Society can offer support to partners in a variety of ways.

Partners Support Program: Contact our Partner Support.

Family issues: Important issues that come up for a family when someone comes out as a cross-dresser.

Charter of partners' rights: Looks at both partners' and cross-dressers' rights.

Helpful Resources: Some good books and articles for partner.


Disclosures

This site does NOT contain explicit or offensive material. This site is safe to browse for people who are interested in understanding more about cross-dressing and transgender issues and who would like to find out more about transgender activities in Sydney and New South Wales, Australia.


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What's on?
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Other TG events
Seahorse Ball
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Our Aims
Join Seahorse
Frequently Asked Questions
Sister Organisations
Seahorse Sponsors

And even more...
Payments Page
Search the website
Seahorse's History
Seahorse Statistics
Miscellaneous pages


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