Reply To: Well this is confusing…

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Wow.  If the information and support available now had been available to me in my 2o’s I would have done that.  Being a fan of science fiction, and working in medicine, I sometimes wonder if one day there could be some sort of gene therapy for gender dysphoria (what a movie that would make).  As it was, for most of my life I existed in a vaccume with the company of one.  It took an ugly divorce and an introduction to the kink-BDSM community for me to begin asking hard questions, and ultimately to accept who I am, or rather, who I always was.  I’m planning this to happen at 62 or 63, and the upside is that I have an accepting loving partner that is willing and eager to share this journey with me.  Discovering the woman I am at a later juncture  in life has its benefits. I know who I am.  And like the person I’ve become… and would like to live as a woman to make that person finally whole.  With an additional story to tell for sure. Thanks for sharing and good luck !

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