Cheryl I don’t believe I ever ran across that one but do remember, FMI (Female Mimics International), Lady Like and some others that came and went. I enjoyed those and saw that I wasn’t alone, kind of the internet of the time and like the internet there were people using it for ALL purposes. Oh, and yes you did have to go to some of the seedy magazine shops for them.
For those that get upset by “the” word, we were called much worse many years ago. In some ways the word transvestite was used as a clinical approach to put a medical normalcy (even if it was a crappy “diagnosis”) to something viewed as an aberration. It became one of the first steps to defining us as a group, yet was also used by the ignorant and prejudicial to slander us. Also those mentally unable to use complete words shortened it to the slur tranny. So… sticks and stones ladies. Don’t empower the ignorant by giving them a word, any word, even a word you don’t want.