Indeed, even before I debuted on this site, Riki and I had debated why Wizards was avoiding the subject. I suspect that is why some of those MTF statistics are so low. However, it has what I consider a very good, comprehensive coverage for anyone who is interested. Which is why the community doesn't have the lobbying power of any of the other "alternate" communities. Not so with Wikipedia, and the more "authority" it has now, the scarier it is. Magic Market Index for Feb 1st,
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Until that day arrives, just keep saying this to yourself: Magic Market Index for Feb 1st, Indeed, even before I debuted on this site, Riki and I had debated why Wizards was avoiding the subject. Well, there is the Revision History if you care to look, but that's a good bit of effort. Imagine some comedy movie where a very manly looking man puts on a wig and some lipstick and you've got his image. I imagine the community polices this entry rather heavily.
I used to play magic a long time ago, and I have followed it off and on for years on Youtube, but never went to a game store or anything. Rollback Post to Revision RollBack. The answer, of course, lies in the third question. I saw her run with her Jeskai deck. There are plenty of Transgendered people involved in playing and making Magic Welcome back to playing Magic Katie! Let's just say I never would have guessed by just looking at people walking down the street or when they were introduced to me when I was told later on.