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There will be pictures during this video, though not many since I avoided the camera at all cost pre-transition. So, I am a transgender / transsexual person, meaning I was born in the wrong body, it is not a mental illness like some people may think. Not with my appearance, but with some of my personality. So, as early as I remember, I always wanted to be a girl.In my case, I was born a male, lived the first 22 years of my life as one, but then made the transition to become who I really was, a female. While I identify with both male and female genders, there are times I identify with neither. I recall when I was under 10 years old, my mother was watching this movie on cross-dressing men, and I happened to see part of it and realized that’s what I wanted to do.I came out and started seeing a therapist in late 2010, been on hormones since late 2011, lived full-time since 2012, and had sex reassignment surgery in early 2013. When I became a teenager and started to go through puberty, it was an absolutely awful experience.So, it took about a year and a half from hormones to SRS. My body was changing in a way I didn’t want it to, and I was terrified and hated myself.
I hated how I looked, my body, and of course the male parts I had. When I turned 18, the feeling of wanting to be a female seemed to almost diminish.I remember just how much I wanted to be full-time as well, but I couldn’t express my feelings, since I didn’t know how.I was scared about how people would react when they knew.Luckily for me, everyone has been very supportive and accepting of me.This is not always the case for transgender people.