Ask Hannah!

I have felt for a long time now that I am a woman trapped inside a man’s body and feel it`s time to unleash my feelings and experiment with a new chapter in my life and to release that real feminine lady into the world that I am craving to do. I am fully prepared and want to go down the road of taking hormones now and eventually surgery for full transition into a woman full-time.

I was wondering if you could please pass on any tips for someone such as me who wants to change gender and become a lady for the rest of my life.


The very first thing I would do is make an appointment with a therapist specializing in gender, and then I would make an appointment with your doctor.  Transitioning is a huuuuuuuuuge step and it’s important you take this journey under the appropriate care.

Doing ANYTHING for the first time, whether changing a tire, blending foundation, painting your nails, cooking a tricky meal, and of course, transitioning, all take small steps and I know this is a cliche, but anything worth doing is worth doing correctly.

I would also encourage you to seek out a support group. We need other like us in our lives.
Good luck!
Love, Hannah

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3 thoughts on “Ask Hannah!

  1. Hannah has great advice.
    This is a very big step but this is a long and slow process and you defiantly need to see a gender specialist and hopefully find a support group for those who have either gone through this or are in the process
    Wish you well and
    God Bless


  2. I will echo the thoughts on dealing with a gender therapist.

    One positive development over the events of the last 18 months is that you are not restricted to a geographical area to find a qualified therapist. I would assume the vast majority of therapy these days is online. So if you live in Minneapolis you have access to therapists the world over (my son’s therapist for his anxiety issues is located in Australia, because my Aussie wife knew of the therapist).

    So cast your net wide and find someone who can help you work through your feelings.


  3. I expect a therapist might ask you a lot of awkward questions and then confirm or suggest a different course of action.

    The benefit of seeing a gender therapist first, is that they known how to keep their mouths shut if you have made a mistake, where as your own doctor might know some of your friends as well

    What ever happens good luck


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