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tgtimothy

My name is tgtimothy for now...i am starting my journey to my true female self...just started bo and starting to see some results...feeling different is also starting and i am excited...i have hid from my true self to long...i am married to a woman and she is just as excited as i am....i have not come out to anyone else yet...that also will come in time no rush...some may and may not accept it...but i have and thats what counts and my mate is all in...she is helping me buy bra's and will help me chose the right cloths in the right time...this is awesome here and i have learned alot from your post...keep posting others struggling need it...and yes i will change my name later if needed...hoping to get on hrt soon as possible...thank again...

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Charlize

Welcome Tgtimothy.  Glad you've joined us.  Having support from our wives and loved ones can also help so much.

 

Hugs,

 

Charlize

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ShawnaLeigh

Welcome to our family.  It is awesome here.  So much love and understanding.  So many very wise people who can help or have been there done that.

Keep reading!

 

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Jani

Welcome Timothy.  Having a mate that supports you is wonderful.  Please join in the conversation. 

 

Jani

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tgtimothy

Thank you all for your awesome encouragement...yes having a mate helps alot...not gonna get graphic but she is excited about me getting big breast...i have wanted this female inside for so long...and again thank you all your awesome people...

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Timber Wolf

Hi Timothy,

Welcome to Transpulse! I'm glad you're here!

 

Lots of love, 

Timber Wolf 🐾

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Maid In Bedlam

Ello Chucky.

 

Glad you made it.

 

Understanding partners make life so much more good. Its just a strange concept to some. Its called unconditional love. You got a keeper there my freind.

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tgtimothy

Thanks again to all you awesome people...

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