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  • Welcome to the New WildSide!!!
    POSTED BY: SandyTg2 | DATE: Oct 4, 2016 - 11:19 am

    We are proud to debut the all new WildSide website.  This change has been in the works for the past two months and is the second major update to the site.  The first was one year after WildSide came online.  It has been approximately 4 years since WildSide has had any real updates.  This is the reason for the large countdown timer you saw at the top of the page for the last few weeks.  We were going to open the new site on Oct 1st but decided it would be best to open at the start of the week instead of a weekend. :)

    Today we bring a whole new look to WildSide that is more clean and professional.  The website is now compliant with Smartphones, Tablets and Desktops.  The site will reconfigure what you see and resize images based upon the screen size and orientation of the device you are using.  Changing from landscape to portrait on your Tablet or Smartphone can change how the site is displayed.

    There have been many changes to how the site functions.  There is now a unified posting system that is the same all over the site.  A REVIEW button has been added so you can see what your post is going to look like before you actually post it.

    We have expanded the Status into a full Timeline system.  The old Status has had all size restrictions removed.  You can now create really long posts filled with images and other content.  You can also add an optional Title to your Timeline post. The Blogs have been removed and incorporated into the Timeline.  All past blogs and blog comments have been moved to the Timeline so nothing has been lost.  All comments made on Timeline entries and profiles uses the same posting system so you can make large comments with images.

    Your Profile page is now your personal Timeline.  When you or anyone views your Profile they can see your Timeline entries as well as comment on them.  You can view all Timeline entries for anyone on the site all the way back to the beginning.

    We have also changed the forums.  We have Archived all of the WildSide forums except for one.  Those archived forums can still be read but no replies are allowed.  We now have a single easy to access forum.

    There have been many more changes to the site than we can detail here.  Just explore and see what has changed.

    Two other big changes are coming in the next week or two.  We will be adding the ability to delete and edit any Timeline Entry or Post you have made.

    Please explore the site and let us know of any problems you might have, we hope none, so we can fix them.

  • Thank you for your donation to "Support Victims of Pulse Shooting"
    POSTED BY: SandyTg2 | DATE: Jun 30, 2016 - 12:33 pm

    Thank you to all who donated towards the WildSide Pulse Victims Fund. Thanks to you we raised $1,750 and we sent 100 percent of that to the organization. It's people like you that make this group what it is.

    Hate and Bigotry are always in the shadows of strength and acceptance. Love wins.

    Dear WildSide T-Girls Group,

    Thank you for your generous donation to:
    Support Victims of Pulse Shooting

    Your payment will be received by:
    Equality Florida

    The amount of your donation is:


    It was 2012, where I heard and attended this fun little event called WildSide. I felt happier than a bird with a french fry. I kept coming back for more, and as I did, I realized that fun was only part of the equation, it had a meaning that was truly bigger than what it started out as. I became more passionate about it, more involved, and then opportunity came knocking. I had the honor of having powers granted to me to help out, granted by the founding ring leaders themselves, Gina and Nikki. What happened? What started out as several people in Vegas (back in 2007) now grew into a celebration of life, friendship and unity of more then 230 people from 8 different countries. We spent over 10 months planning, making calls, exchanging about 1500 emails, I mean who else in the world does that kind of planning? Carnival in Brazil? The Tournament of Roses Parade? It takes hard work and it takes a village. For the 10th Annual Soiree, I was beyond a spring break girl, I observed and basked in glory, and what did I get in return? I got a gift that you can't put a price on, I saw smiles, I saw people glowing, I heard stories of how this event changed people's perspective, people coming out, crediting us for having the courage to be able to live an authentic life and be true to themselves, anywhere. We had people outside of our group show support for us, we made our presence known, and when the week long event was over, the payback for our efforts came in, endless hugs, the gratitude, and the tears of joy and longing, like David Johansen in "Scrooged" says, "Niagara Falls Frankie Angel". So thanks to everyone behind the planning and to all those who attended,  my heart goes out to Nikki and Gina for creating an event of epic proportions and to Amy Wiltshire for dedicating her life to this. It was a grand slam with a "Hit heard from around the world". This event has totally been re-defined, it's more than just a Soiree. It's an experience with a powerful impact. I will do this for as long as I live and in spirit. When my time on earth comes, I want to go to the pearly gates of Viva WildSide, and I want to see you all there greeting me as I walk up that orange mile. Viva WildSide 4 Life.

    Love you all,
    Andrea Scarlett

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