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Hi everyone! I hope that you good girls are doing well and feeling fine!
I was trying to find the TV documentary about the Transgender famous pioneer. I found the excerpt below of the exact part of the film I wanted to see again. I think there is enough here at least for a view “back in the day “ when you couldn’t count on even a mother’s support, who first dressed him as a girl. Yet denied knowing about it when our hero revealed where with her life she was going. The actual incidents on film captured as memories, was explicit in mother’s involvement. Interesting movie. Has anyone seen this if so, she was damn courageous and as a licensed medical Dr risked everything to be her true self. Best, Jaime
Richards tries to confide in her mother, Sadie (Louise Fletcher), who is a psychiatrist. Rather than provide love and understanding, she immediately becomes distant and makes it about her. Richards tries to connect and explain how the first time she went out in public dressed as a girl was at a Halloween party that Sadie brought her to. Sadie unconvincingly claims not to recall the event, but Richards doesn’t let that detour her. She explains to her mom that she continued and continues to sneak out of the house in feminine attire. She clearly states that dressing like a woman is a MUST. She says point-blank that a woman lives inside of her and she’s desperate to get out. While watching, I just waned Sadie to tell Richards that she would support and love her during the journey of self-discovery.
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