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Guest Rebecca_au

My introduction

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Hello folks,

How does one start their first ever forum post? With an introduction, I guess.

I'm Rebecca, and I live in Melbourne, Australia, famed city of four seasons in a day!

My story is likely familiar to many, first feelings in early childhood (the 1950's btw), struggling through my life with hidden identity issues, now at an age where I'd just like to be, what I know to be, the real me, instead of a well developed facade.

Well, that's a start, and another small step in a journey.

Thanks for allowing me to join here, I hope I can make some useful contribution.

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Welcome! :)

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Hi Rebecca,

Welcome to Laura's. A lot of us have started to sort things out later in life, just like you. This is a great place to find support, advice and sometimes some fun stuff.

So nice to have you here.



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Welcome, Rebecca!

Tell us more when you are up to it, we probably DO have much in common and through sharing we are all strengthened..

This is a great site for exploring our inner selves, make yourself at home, you are among friends here!

Again, welcome!

:) Svenna

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Hello Rebecca,

Welcome to Laura's Playground. :)


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Hello Rebecca and welcome to Laura's. We are glad you are here.

Sounds a lot like the same weather we have here in Colorado. In spring and fall if you don't like the weather just wait an hour.

If you have not done so already, I suggest that you read the terms and conditions so you can see how we operate here on the forums. You can find a link at the bottom right of any page.


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Welcome to the Playground, Rebecca. I think Australia is a great place and hope to visit it someday, not least of which because one of my dearest trans friends is in Perth.

There are many here, including me, who didn't begin our journeys until later in life. It most certainly can be done, if that turns out to be the right path for you. Finding a gender therapist is usually the first step, and I know there are many in Australia.

I encourage you to read the forum threads that interest you, especially the pinned topics, and ask all the questions you like. We'll do our best to answer honestly.


Carolyn Marie

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