Media caption, Now that my body matches how it was supposed to look in my brain, I'm happy. Gwen, 24, from Pennsylvania, hosted an ask me anything AMA session on the online community site Reddit. One Redditor wrote: I think you just won over half of Reddit right there. Thanks for sharing with us. When did you first know you wanted to be female? Gwen, who medically transitioned using hormone replacement therapy, started dreaming about becoming a woman when she was five years old. It was weird because I looked like a boy and everyone told me I was a boy, she said. Image source, Gwen Image caption, I noticed things were different when I was five or six, Gwen told the BBC When I was 10, someone at school asked what people look like in heaven, and our teacher said, 'You can look however you like.
I spent the first 30 years of my life trying to be average and it was just so…boring. No one of these are deal breakers, but. Yet, crossdressing is. Or, at slight, I thought it was. I grew up in a conservative context — the American South during the 90s and early s. I was amount of a Southern Baptist Church, went to a Christian school, and, candidly, I was about as culturally male as one could be. My dad taught me to shoot, shave, attach a tie, grill like a all for, and stand up for myself.
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