Hello from Liz

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    • #117070
      Liz Blair

      Hello,I am Liz and live life as a pre op transsexual.Growing up,I grew feeling I was feminine at age 7.I believe my twin brother saw it I wasn’t like him at allΒ  growing up.All started with the crossdressing and finally came out at age 20.It was very tough with my parents at first,took them a couple weeks to accept it and say it was the best decision for me to transition letting go of one son that is now a happy daughter.My twin brother and I,we are even closer since I transitioned.He came on for support right away and inspired me not to give up knowing he has a twin sister that is 100% completely happy now

    • #117073
      CJ P

      That is a beautiful story. Thanks for sharing it. I started dressing up in my Mom’s clothes when I was about 4. My parents thought it was funny at first, but then they got suspicious. And I had a similar coming out experience as yours, except in my case I procrastinated telling people a little bit longer, πŸ˜‰ But I don’t regret it, because doing it when I was truly ready wasn’t as terrifying. Like you, I am truly happy as a woman now. And cannot imagine life without transitioning. I have rewarding friendships with women in my support groups, and they are some of the strongest, best people I have ever met. I’m still working on my wardrobe, piece by piece. Am almost done with the surgeries. And hallelujah, after years of very little success, I was finally lucky enough to find a great voice feminization program online, and now my voice always gets me correctly gendered. A miracle just by itself, LOL!!!! πŸ˜‰

    • #117116
      Liz Blair

      My parents believe my twin brother and I have know each other through the years.He sensed something was wrong with me growing up struggling with it at first.I am also married to a great husband of 5 years whom loves me for who I am and is very supportive of my decisions

    • #117130
      DeeAnn Hopings


      Good that you could join us!

      Thanks for telling your story. I think many trans people have a great fear of what may happen after they transition. While not everyone is looking for a male partner, it does provide a useful data point that things can turn out well.

    • #117134
      Liz Blair

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      I have dated a few guys that wanted me to have the GRS and knew they were not worth keeping around.My husband,he knows it is my body and I make the choices.His family is even good to me,they love and accept people in for who they are.

    • #117821

      Hi Liz,

      Welcome to our wonderful, accepting, loving, helpful community where you can be safe and be yourself.

      You can read about the knowledge and experiances of others on a similar path by reading articles and in the forums and chatting in chat rooms.
      My hope is that you will become comfortable here and make many new friends.

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      Glad you are here. Looking forward to more sharing,
      Terri Anne, Ambassador

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