Hiding your past

Any guy who fell victim to the tg flu will tell you that it’s kind of nerve wrecking when they decide to embrace the changes in their body and start to live full time as a woman. Especially if you try to hide your past, hoping that no one would find that not so long ago you were a man.

I was no diffirent. When i caught the tg flu and my body changed I knew my life as a guy was over. Instead of denying the reality and hiding my feminine assets I decided to start a new life. I saved enough money for a new wardrobe and some cosmetics. Then with the help of my mom my lessons begin. She thought me about makeup and fashion. Under her watchful eye I practiced to walk in heels and worked on my feminine manners. After three months I was feeling that I’m ready to pass as a woman.

Now my name is Rebecca and I just started a new job a few weeks ago. The lessons my mother gave me definitely helped as I walked into the office on my first day, feeling comfortable and confident. No one seemed to notice that I was a man before. For them I was their new female co worker. My hair was styled, my outfit pretty feminine and my makeup well done. On my first day a woman aproached me. Not knowing about my past she smiled and introduced herself as Mandy. Trying to sound as much feminine as I could I said my name was Rebecca.

Me and Mandy were getting along and she became my first female friend. We spend a lot of time chatting, watching romantic movies, painting our nails and doing other girly activities. I am so happy that I don’t have to deal with the constant judging glances like most of the people with the tg flu. Because my past is hidden well everyone thinks I was born as a girl and I don’t have to explain myself why I chose to live full time as a girl.


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