Life of a Shemale or Trans-Sexual

As they say, ' Let's start at the beginning'.

Open Door Client B

I was born a male child on 12th June 1947.  I was adopted by Mr and Mrs Charles Jefferson.  I spent the first 12 years a normal boy.  Like all children, running around an open air swimming pool, I found that my chest was starting to bounce up and down.  Also at each Christmas time I was getting jealous of my sister for getting a new dress whilst I was getting 8 plastic models to make up.  By the age of 15 I found I had female breasts and they were fully grown. One evening whilst my sister, mum and dad were out, without thinking about it, I went up to my sister’s bedroom and put on her clothes. On looking in her long mirror, I knew that I should have been born a female.  

Over the following years, I would dress in secret.  I have been married twice.  My first wife did not know about me.  My second wife knew from the beginning that I was a cross dresser and wanted to become a female. We married in the November and by the February of the following year, she chucked me out. All because I wanted to go ahead and have a sex change.  

I eventually went to a clinic in 1999. I had to have a medical before I could start on the course of treatment. Whilst on the treatment couch, the Doctor asked me if I was on oestrogen. On being told I was not, I asked him, with a big smile on my face, why? He said that I had female breast tissue. I told him that I knew that since I was 12. A year later I received my card for me to be dressed, work and live as a female. Over the pass 10 years and 4 months, I enjoyed life as a female.  

In the beginning, I was called names and girls would laugh at me when I was at work. I never took any notice of them, other than think that they were idiots and did not know why a person like myself, would want to be a woman. Over time, most women have accepted me as one of them. For the pass 5 years, I have lived on a Canal Narrow Boat. Unfortunately, I had to give up my boat for scrap and move into a night shelter.

Since I have been here I have made friends with some of the local women. The only trouble a shemale has is going to the toilet. If there is no disabled toilets, the person has no choice but to use the ladies toilet. The staff at the shelter have been very good towards me. Some of the people staying here are not sure about me. I try and be friendly to all there.  I think any Trans-Sexual; T-Girl will be welcome at Open Door.  I cant’ recommend it highly enough.

This page was added on 04/07/2011.

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