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Happy Thursday to everyone! I just joined this morning. I'm a 65 year old woman stuck in my male body.  But at least I came to terms with myself.

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Welcome @Bobbi Jo. It’s a pleasure to meet you. It’s never too late to embrace your true self. Like you, it took me a long time to realize only I could make any change in my life. It’s good that you’ve reached out for support. We’re here to help.


Warmest Regards,

Susan R🌷

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Welcome, @Bobbi Jo   When/if you'd like, tell us a little more about your story, and of course ask away if you've any questions.  We're here to support each other 🙂




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@Bobbi Jo welcome. I am 68 and totally relate and same to same conclusion and because of the wonderful ladies here I have made a lot of progress. You have found a wonderful resource and you are among friends who understand.

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Hi @Bobbi Jo!  nice to meet you and Welcome!

12 hours ago, Bobbi Jo said:

But at least I came to terms with myself.

Congratulations!  you, me, and many others here!  Its never too late! 


I believe you will find this Forum and everybody here extremely helpful in your journey.  Looking forward to hearing more from you❣️

deep breaths ... one step at a time

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Good Afternoon @Bobbi Jo


Like you I'm AMAB soon to be 64 and just came out to my wife as MtF Transgender this past Spring.





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Jackie C.

Salutations @Bobbi Jo!


I'm a fifty-year old woman in desperate need of a back rub. 😋


Welcome to the site! I look forward to getting to know you.



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Hi Bobby Jo.  Its never too late to be true to yourself.  Please join in the conversation.  I think you'll find friendly conversation.




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On 10/23/2020 at 3:06 AM, Bobbi Jo said:

But at least I came to terms with myself.


@Bobbi Jo That's huge! No matter your age

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Welcome! Doing the same thing myself. It's good to have people to talk to about it.

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