Written by Max Monday, 30 July 2012 12:47
Was born at the mid eighties and just the moment he landed on earth, it was pretty clear that something was not just adding up, beautiful, sweet, healthy and jovial. He was everyone's joy. As nature played its role, things got much different as expected; he grew more feminine and more beautiful.
A beautiful boy he was stressed most of the times and always alone for fear of rejection by friends and mimic from playmates. A man trapped in a woman body? He or She? Confusion was all over, the parents, a few friends and the most affected was Kimberly, the victim. Not that of bad results but of this puzzle of God's creation that no one knew the answer.
The search of oneself began when puberty crawled in. This time, the curves were visible and the breasts had also started forming. She had to go deeper into what she felt from within, a woman in a man’s organ. The organ she felt was misplaced or rather that would change her whole being just by a tamper."I have always been a woman but always confused where to categorize myself when asked by friends. I am neither a transgender nor gay?"She said upon the question of how she identified herself.
One thing she learnt to do is self acceptance and lives her life to the fullest. From a distance, she has a beautiful, well curved figure, well kept hair and this American height that would draw you close, the closer you get, the prettier she seems. Her welcoming smile and a confident person she is. This is what she chooses to have for her life, a happy one without stress over what people say about her being, unlike many who have been rendered hopeless, but to Kimberly every day is a brand new day.
Life is a mystery, sometimes we do not even have answers to things that happen in your life, having a family, friends and the society at large that keeps on poking noses in one’s life can make you as an individual fail to live your life as you please. It might be selfish but one thing for sure, it is good to care about you and assume the rest as long as it is not harmful.
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