Male Vlogger Spent 10 years becoming a Female

Male Vlogger Spent 10 years becoming a Female


31-year-old, Richard, was born a male, deaf and had never been happy in his own body, and as time went on he began to feel more and more trapped. It

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31-year-old, Richard, was born a male, deaf and had never been happy in his own body, and as time went on he began to feel more and more trapped. It became worse when his brother came out as gay she then felt pressured.

“I felt that I couldn’t come out at this time because my parents would have one gay son and also a transgender son.

“But my mum and dad could tell deep down that something wasn’t right and that I wasn’t happy with who I was”; Richard said in an interview,

Now called, Samantha Pearsall, from Manchester, has spent 10 years transitioning from male to female. She was eight years old when she first realized that she was different,

When she turned 21, she moved from her hometown of Middlesbrough to Manchester and it was only then she figured out who she was and what she wanted to be.

After a tough time and with confidence exuberating, she made a courageous decision to come out as a woman and plotting of a decade journey of self-fulfillment.

“I think it was the right time, I knew it was important for my mental health, to accept who I was and to be happy” she added.

Samantha says her parents were shocked but not surprised because they already anticipated that she will come out later in life. They have been very supported of her decision to be a transwoman and even travelled with her to London for her first hormone replacement therapy when she was 23.

In December 2014, she underwent gender reassignment surgery funded by the NHS and has since paid privately for breast augmentation, facial hair laser removal and lip fillers, which has cost her around £15,000 so far.

She was happy with the results and for the first time in her life, she was who she is and she looked what she desire to be until she began losing her hair.

She said: “My journey hasn’t been easy, especially as a deaf person.

“I’ve faced many difficulties and there’s been a lot of barriers along the way. Losing my hair was one of the biggest.

“When it comes to your image, hair is a part of your first impression – it’s one of the first things that people look at.

“This affected my confidence and my mental health. I was unhappy and depressed.” Samantha then take control of her life by starting a hair transplant. It cured everything for her and has no regret spending a ton of money of the procedure, She is now a mental health project manager, now wants to raise awareness that for many patients new hair isn’t just a ‘cosmetic’ procedure – it’s often vital when it comes to safeguarding mental health.

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