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Digital Subscriptions > Transliving Magazine > Transliving 60 - The Ultimate Celebration of Gender Diversity > It’s never too late to be that girl!

It’s never too late to be that girl!

I have always been intrigued by transvestites and transsexuals; I guess you could say it’s the one constant thing that has been with me throughout my entire life. Despite this, for most of my life, it always felt so wrong, no matter how strong the feelings or attractions were. Things really changed for me last year following the death of my mother. This hit me like nothing else had ever done before. It made me realise how short life was and how it could be ripped away in an instant. On top of losing my mother, I was having a very difficult time at home and work.

Something really had to give, and this happened through me giving in to my lifelong need to be a ‘proper’ tranny and experience being with others similar to myself. Everything started with me doing something I never thought I’d do, but was always desperate to, I booked a makeover session with Cindy from Boys Will Be Girls. I have to say that this was that big life-changing moment that I had waited for for over 40 years for.

I became very confused in the eighties, after Boy George’s first appeared on television. I couldn’t understand why I found this person so attractive and wanted to watch him over and over again. This confusion carried on for several years. Then, in the nineties, there was even more exposure to stunning transvestites and transsexuals on Eurotrash, The Ricki Lake show, Jerry Springer and Maury Povich. Every day I would set my video to record, praying that the topic of the day would be a trans theme. I would build up collections of amazing footage, only then to delete it all, through fear of getting caught. I think the biggest confusing thing going on in my head, was that if I was not gay, why did I feel so incredibly attracted to these people?

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Hello and welcome to your new look Transliving Magazine - The Ultimate Celebration of Gender Diversity. The magazine has not only had a makeover with a completely new look, but we have also added extra pages too and the good news is the extra pages are here to stay and without any increase to the price! So, from this issue, Transliving now has 100 pages. This issue features some amazing features from all members of the gender spectrum whether they identify as female, male or non-binary. We feature some fun photoshoots as well as some serious advice and support features such as how to tell your loved ones. We also feature events, makeup, fashion, reviews, real-life experiences and so much more...... Dive into your new-look Transliving now and join us on the celebration of Gender Diversity.