My transition

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    Samantha Mann
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    This is my transition story: at the age of 17 I was dared by my best friend during Halloween one year to dress up as a female. And doing this dare both he and I and everyone else that was dared dressed from head to toe as a woman. This was the first time that I realized that I was born a woman and not a man. When I put on the dress the blouse the heels the wig the nails I felt like my life was complete. After that night I assumed that that was just a one-time thing but I couldn’t help myself when I would look at myself and be disgusted and not happy with the normal activities that a guy does. I find myself more and more interested in the activities of a woman. 4 years now I have only dressed in the house around no one else and I have only attempted to go out in public one time. When I’m dressed I feel like myself and I feel like I’m free. My fascination with women’s clothing started when I was about 8 years old and realized that I could put on women’s underwear and wear them to bed. Now at 36 years old when I’m off work and I’m home I’m dressed as a woman I Feel Like a Woman and I feel complete. When I’m at work and I look in a mirror I see a woman that is yearning to get out of a body that she has been trapped in since birth. I have salt medical advice and it has been determined that I suffer from gender dysphoria. I’m new to expressing my feelings to people that I have yet to meet. I’m seeking a place where I can be myself share my stories and learn from others. The next step for me is living full-time both at work and at home as a female and then I will take the next step to fully transition into a woman with the sex reassignment surgery and then I will undergo the vocal reconstruction as well.

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     Cloe (CC) Webb 
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    Samantha,

    Knowing who you are, accepting it and what your goal is are all signs of a confident and strong person.  These will serve you well in your journey and be a beacon of light to enjoy and focus on, particularly when the dark times come.  There are a number of us on TGH who have or are going through transition and we are here to help when you need someone who truly understands from experience.  Please reach out with any question, big or small or just to have a chat with someone with an empathetic ear. Welcome to your sisterhood.

    Hugs, Cloe

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     Danielle Fox 
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    SILVER

    That’s wonderful Samantha that the women where you work are so nice. Every positive outcome when someone comes out at work is encouraging. Thank you for sharing this with all of us. Love ❤️
    Danielle 💋👠

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     Danielle Fox 
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    SILVER

    That’s wonderful Samantha. I read your Bio and the little note on your wall. I find it truly wonderful when you can be yourself at work and everyone goes on as they would if it were a normal day. Did you receive any compliments from the females at work? You are a very courageous woman to just jump right in. How long have you been on HRT? Anyway congratulations and thank you so much for hope. Love ❤️
    Danielle 💋👠

    • #23214
       Samantha Mann 
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      Yes, I have received several compliments from the lady that work on my outfit they all say that it’s beautiful and it looks amazing. As far as HRT I’ve only been on that for 6 months.

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