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(@new42m)
New Member     United States of America, Ohio, elyria
Joined: 3 years ago

Hello all. I am 45 and I now want to live the way i feel i always have been just never accepted it. I feel its time I live the true me, who I always been.. For far too long i been trying to live like I am a man but I feel living this was it reason I am depressed.. Way back in my school years I use to think I was one of the girls.. They were the ones i seemed to always want to hang out with. I know the people around me family and friends will not accept this think its one reason I never have been open about the real me. I even have a gf now but I feel like I'm more her roommate and friend. I like this site because I can finally meet others who are like me so I will not feel that I am on my own out there

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(@terria67)
Honorable Member     United States of America, California
Joined: 6 years ago

Hi Amy,

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(@mustangtoni)
Estimable Member     United States of America, Florida, Tampa
Joined: 1 year ago

Hey Amy. Β Welcome there are a lot of smart Β and insightful girls here to help you out Β be you! Β Best regards

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(@roxanne)
Eminent Member     United States of America, Georgia, Clarkesville
Joined: 6 years ago

Hello, Amy. I am Roxanne. I recommend you take steps soon, or you may end up as me! I am a 75 year old trans, who now wants to be a woman! Is it too late for me? I sure hope not, but I sincerely believe I would have been better off at your age, instead of waiting this long. But, I do want to be a Lady, and, Lordy, I WILL be one! I adore my femininity, and want to be feminine for the rest of my life! Lord, I love being a woman!
Your "Later than Never"
Roxanne Lanyon.
Love to you all!

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(@jillleanne)
Estimable Member     Canada, Ontario, Renfrew
Joined: 1 year ago

It’s never too late period.

 

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(@roxanne)
Eminent Member     United States of America, Georgia, Clarkesville
Joined: 6 years ago

Thank you, Jill. I appreciate that! I still have a lot of things to reflect on, but, you are correct! i WILL be a woman! I adore being Roxanne!
This Old Lady,
Roxanne

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(@hr2021)
Active Member     United States of America, South Carolina, Mount Pleasant
Joined: 2 years ago

Amy,good for you that you're realizing this now at 45. I was 59 when I determined I was TG. No turning back ever since. I too was an early crossdresser and felt like you that I am more "like" those girls! I want to wear that dress and makeup, etc. I am almost 64 now and have never been happier as when I can be Miss Hope for about 24-36 hours straight. I never want to take off my girl clothes. I hate man clothes.

But we have to live within our constraints. My wife says no transition during her lifetime!!

You go girl!

Hugs,
Hope

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(@reallylauren)
Reputable Member     Canada, British Columbia, Victoria
Joined: 2 years ago

Oh girls, you've all got me crying again. I feel your hearts, I know the thoughts that dwell in your souls. I was ready to be the real me so many times but things got in the way over the years. For me it took having to have heart surgery to finally realize it was time to release the woman within, she had always been there from as far back as my memories go, and now it was her turn to live. 19 months ago I transitioned to living as the woman I've always felt I was since I was a child, and I can tell you, there isn't the tiniest shred of regret in taking that journey! I, along with most of you, am an older gal, so there's a lot of living left to do as the woman I now am. Listen to your hearts, that's the woman inside of you speaking, pay close attention to her, she is a lovely person!

Big, big hugs ladies,

Ms. Lauren M

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