How are you, ladies? I am 64 years old(Groan). From the time that i was 6 (1954) I knew that I was not happy being male.It was during first grade that the boys and girls began separating on the playground and I was not happy being with the boys, a situation that got worse as the years passed until eventually I spent most of my time at school when not in class by myself.Envied the girls their long hair and clothes.When we were sent to our aunt's house in Covington LA for a few weeks in the summer I preferred playing with my female cousins,house, etc.Of course back then all that you could do was keep quiet about it.How I would have loved to be able to transiton like trans kids can now!
Aside from cross dressing, I pretty well gave up any hope over the years and resigned myself to sticking it out.Had I been into the internet from the beginning (I didn't even begin to learn to use a computer until 2004) I might have been able to transition sooner. But then the flood in 2005(blamed on "Katrina" but actually due to those phoney,stage prop "floodwalls" the Corps of "Engineers"(?) built along the floodways.Blamed on "incompetence" but even the most incompetent graduate engineer would have known better,as I am sure that they did.the City Hall gang feasted on graft from Billions in federal aid,which makes me think our former mayor "Slimy Sidney"Barthelemy bribed some of those engineers to deliberately design something sure to fail.And everyone know that we were long overdue for a hurricane).Anyway, what with my home being flooded, having to save my father(we rode it out) and repairing the damage I was kept busy. Not until last year did I find out about the trans support system, and transiitoning.It sounds incredible but I had been pretty much a recluse.But I decided that better late than never and am determined to see this thing through.
Thanks Brenda.Kind words are always appreciated!
Thanks Helen.All of the girls on these sites have been so friendly!