Stephanie De Montmagny
I am a late-blooming transgender woman, a 68 years old scientist who retired two years,ago but who is keeping busy with new research projects. In terms of origins, I was born and raised in France, and came to the United States in my late teens when my parents moved here. I am married with two grown children, and although consciousness of my transgender state has pervaded my life since childhood, over the last couple of years it has become more acute, leading me to be more involved socially and publicly as a crossdresser. This has led to considerable stress for my spouse, but I believe that we are coping and on the right track for regaining stability. I live in the Boston area.
About the backdrop picture in my home page: The pictures in the collage are all by Gerda Wegener, the wife of the painter Einar Wegener, a transgender woman who transitioned in the late 1920s to become Lili Elbe (aka “the Danish Girl”, in the movie of the same name which came out a few years ago).