Transitioning Later In Life | Part Two: The Challenge of “Passing”

Transitioning Later In Life | Part Two: The Challenge of “Passing”

Have you realized later in the life you are transgender but aren’t sure whether or not you should transition?

In this video I share tips on how to approach the tricky topic of “passing.”

Also of interest:
Transitioning Later in Life | Part One: Getting to Your Answer

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  • Phoebe Gordon-Allsopp

    April 28, 2017 at 9:42 AM Reply

    Hello Dara – I transitioned (MTF) at the age of 62, and it was the 2nd best decision I’ve ever made for myself. My 1st best decision was to get (and stay) clean and sober 29 years ago – if I hadn’t done that my transition would never have taken place. As for passing, I think I do most of the time. I’m only interested in passing as a woman and I’m thoroughly comfortable in my skin just as I am. I don’t wear makeup at all, and I’m not interested in looking like a model. I live in a smallish rural town and as far as I know everyone knows, and I’m universally accepted.

    Great videos by the way!!!

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