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(@mustangtoni)
Estimable Member     United States of America, Florida, Tampa
Joined: 12 months ago

All I know is I want to be perceived and treated like a lady going on 70 years I'm unable to suppress the desires that come from allowing my true feminine self to be free and to express myself in public. I dress like a grandma and seem to pass It feels wonderful to be treated like a lady at the checkout at the grocery store

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(@charlenev)
Joined: 3 years ago

Estimable Member     United States of America, Illinois, near Chicago
Posts: 112

Hi Toni, thank you for your reply. I understand. Gone are our opportunities to be young and vibrant women; ah, but not gone yet is the opportunity to be a woman, even if it is the stereotypical grandma. Enjoy the time you have.
Kindly,
Charlene

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(@agirlatheart)
Active Member     United States of America, Vermont
Joined: 8 months ago

Charlene, thank you for this article, I can really identify with it and I love the term “gender broken” that’s me for sure.
AB

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(@charlenev)
Joined: 3 years ago

Estimable Member     United States of America, Illinois, near Chicago
Posts: 112

Hi AB, thank you for your encouragement. The term is not original with me. Christian counsellor used it to explain my gender incongruity. It has really helped me to understand more fully my own deep sense of femininity
Kindly,,
Charlene

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(@jackier)
Trusted Member     United States of America, New York, Kingston
Joined: 3 years ago

Very well thought out an written. Thank you. And something I can surely ascribe to. As was once once told to me the context of BDSM but I feel totally fits here: “it’s not so much destination, as it is the journey”.

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(@susan794)
New Member     United States of America, Georgia
Joined: 6 months ago

thanks Charlene i like the term gender broken its very appropriate. i too was raised in the early 60's and it was a completely different world seems God made us but left it up to the parents to program you the gender broke term really makes sense

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(@charlenev)
Estimable Member     United States of America, Illinois, near Chicago
Joined: 3 years ago

Hi Jill,

Thank you for your thoughts. I agree. 

You mentioned that if you were to transition it would be because you had to not because you wanted to. This sounds much like what I heard yests ago from a fully transitioned woman.

"you'll know you are ready to transition when it will kill you not to do so. Until then don't start. This (transition) is just too difficult to do simply because you want to." 

I have always remembered that counsel and though I have deeply longed to be outwardly the woman I am inwardly, it has never reached the point of life vs death. So I continue to live as a male, both by birth and by choice.

Kindly,

Charlene

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