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 Sandie Shore  

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It’s been a contradictory life so far. As a toddler I wanted to be female and this feeling has continued throughout my life. However, I’ve spent most of this time trying to escape from the reality of who I am. Feeling that I had to conform to some kind of reality where I lived up to the expectations assigned to me by my birth gender. It’s only in the last few years where I began to socialise as a woman that I started to understand how unhappy I had been. At the age of 58 I feel that I may have the opportunity to start living. I may have left it a little late, but I’ve had commitments. Both my daughters accept me. Both appreciate the need to see me content. And I, equally, just want to feel content. I’ve spent much of my life searching for something, not realising that the answer simply lay within me. I just had to be honest with myself and others around me. I feel that unless I can be my female self, I will have never known what it is like to truly live.