Our Constitution currently states that to be a General Member (GM) one must be, amongst other things, a “photographer(s) for whom the majority of their earned income comes from publication of their images.” Some of our GM’s currently make less than 51% of their income in this way and would not qualify to become a GM today. For those who did qualify and find themselves adjusting their careers in such a way that they no longer meet this requirement, what should they do? Well there is no system in place that forces them to re-apply for General Membership at any time. Once a GM, always a GM. So seriously, what should they do?