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Mommy Dressed Me Like A Girl

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Years old: I'm 50 years old
What is my ethnicity: Estonian
My sexual identity: Guy
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I used laughter to hide my feelings. Do you have money? Manny was truly a person who lived with no cares or worries. Really look at me! My mom walked in. I felt trapped, scared and ashamed. Me: I'll miss you too. Me: I'm moving to Chicago Mom: What the hell are you talking about!

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At work they knew I wanted to be a girl, but they treated me more like a joke than anything else. I felt chills go down my spine.

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I don't fit in!! However, the pain of wanting to transition had become so great that I had to take that chance and risk everything. I still do this today, even in my acting. I grabbed both of her wrists and looked her right in the eyes. One morning I was at work, feeling suicidal, wondering what I was going to do. I started taking hormones when I was 20 years old.

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My mom was going to be traumatized enough for one day. I was working as a hairdresser in a small town and living at home with my parents, who were not thrilled about having a feminine son at all. I decided right then and there I was leaving for Chicago.

It sounds silly but that line was exactly what I needed to hear. I hopped in the car where Manny was plucking her beard with a pair of tweezers. But after a while my mom was yelling at me everyday, "you look like a girl" "Are your eyebrows arched? I receive s from all over the world. The one question I am asked most is: How did you find the courage to transition?

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I knew if I stayed in my small town I would never be happy or live as a female. I thought when I decided to transition that my parents would never speak to me again. So I had decided one day at 20 to get in my car and drive to Chicago to try and get some hormones. Just like the old saying goes, keep taking one step after another and you never know where that road will lead. The of hormones take time. Mom: But I'm going to miss you.

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Me: I can't take it here anymore Mom: Oh yea! Play it safe and your life will never change or grow. Just like anyone else, I still fear rejection, being an outcast or on some days, my own shadow. I saw her hopes and wishes, that things could be different for me, leave at that moment from her eyes. She hugged me and I was off. Manny: You ain't that special Mary. I'll be there in an hour to pick you up. I then went in to tell my boss, Me: I need to tell you something Boss: Ok Me: I appreciate everything you have done for me and the job, but I am moving to Chicago Boss: Ohhkaaayyy.

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I know how hard it is. Photos of Gabrielle.

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Gabrielle's story. Photos taken at V-DAY. Your life here is soooo hard!

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As I walked to the car I looked over my shoulder, and saw my mother crying through the glass at the top of the screen door. I made her wait in the car because she was wearing spandex pants and had shaved off her eyebrows. Backstage photos from "Cyrano de Bergerac".

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It would be the last time I would ever wear male clothes again. This is not an overnight process and you have to take baby steps. I cried as I pulled away. She also appeared in the play "Drag! Contact Gabrielle. Gabrielle Schaffer is an actress and esthetician.

Me: Mom, look at me! Photo of Gabrielle with Boy George. I'll begin telling my story by sharing a recent letter I sent to a friend.

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Mom: What are you doing and how come you're not at work? Manny: Ok, I'll pack.

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The radio was playing in the salon and a song by Tracy Chapman, "Fast Car" began to play still love that song. Personally I know if I wouldn't of taken the risk, my soul would have shriveled and died among the wasteland of unlived dreams and broken hopes or is it broken dreams and unlived hopes. I realized my mother was more scared for me than anything else. You can take hormones and still live as a boy for a while, until you are ready to go full time.

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You can watch portions of Gabrielle's performance on YouTube for scene 3 and here for scene 4. Gabrielle's Home. I broke her heart. I always wanted to please everyone and make everyone happy, especially my mother I knew this would kill her.

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I would always make myself the butt of the joke before anyone else could. I wanted to move to Chicago away from my parents. I was taking hormones while living with my parents and working as a boy. Leading actor in " Soldier's Girl ". My heart caved-in Mom: I love you we never used words like that in our home Me: I love you too We hugged and cried.

Everything was coming down on me. I picked up Manny on the way home to see my mother. There was a line in the song "Leave tonight or live and die this way" that touched my soul. I walked into the house, went to my room, and packed a few boy clothes and drag clothes into a duffle bag. Me: 50 dollars and change for the tolls Boss: Don't you think you should wait and save some money Me: If I wait one more second I'm going to come to my senses and lose my nerve.

Some feeling and habits become ingrained in you and you will carry them throughout your life. She turned out to be a nightmare in Chicago, but that is entirely another story I still love her and I am grateful she did not let me make the journey alone. Manny: How did she take it?