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Great Scot

Despite suffering setback after setback on her journey to become the person she was meant to be, one trans woman hasn’t lost her zest for life or her desire to help others


Peppy, bright-eyed and engaging, Natalie Scott is something of a celebrity on the scene in her home city of Glasgow.

Head to The Merchant City, where many of Glasgow’s LGBT+ venues are found, and you’ve a fair chance of seeing her working the room or belting out a karaoke tune. She helps to raise money for various charities through raffles and by hosting a popular tombola for the city’s Gay Ball every year.

But having been dealt more than her fair share of trauma and bad luck over the years, Natalie’s confidence as a trans woman hasn’t come easily.

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