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I’m 29. My birth name is Steve and I was born a male.
I first started experienceing gender dysphasia several years ago. It increased as time went on. When I started cross dressing at home, I really began feeling like a woman trapped in a man’s body. I was to scared to come out publicly at this point, but at the same time it started killing me. Three things I wanted to do but couldn’t was get my nails done, have facial laser hair removal, and the one thing I wanted to do most was go to a salon and have my hair curled and styled. ln private, I would continue to cross dress and started expiermenting with make up. I almost came out in 2017 when I decided upon the name Breanne and I went to see a therapist and was given a letter of recommendation for hrt. Due to financial issues, I never started on hrt. Those issues lasted for a couple years. I was still to scared to come out, but the dysphoria issues never went away.
A few weeks ago, my life started changing . I went out to a salon. I had my hair highlighted and styled with curls. This made me feel so happy that I went home, changed into a dress, shaved, and applied some basic makeup. When I looked in the mirror, It was then I decided to make the steps to come out.
This first step I have taken is I have a Drs appointment in the very near future to start hrt. The second step I’m taking is that I will start undergoing facial laser hair removal sessions next week.
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