Two transsexual lesbians in love
Even for the most mundane of things, a man in a dress still seems to make the news. In this case two men have decided to live together as woman. They would probably best be described as non-op transsexuals, as neither of them wants to have a sex change. Though naturally to add some spice and sizzle the paper terms than as “transsexual lesbians”.
Tranny couple

Tranny couple

The thing that strikes me is that if this were any other couple it would barely make the news if you paid the paper to print it. Though This shouldn’t in any way be taken as a complaint. The transgender community can do far worse than two people deeply in love deciding to live out their remaining years together.

It is touching though, that between them the “lesbian fathers” have five kids between them, and waited so long to express their true selves. If you ask most crossdressers you’ll hear a similar story. Fearing that they would hurt their loved ones, the transgendered soul tortures itself into conformity. Hiding it’s light so deep that the rest of the world cannot see it. The message that Jenny-Anne and Elen send us is clear and poignant – do what you love, even if it is wearing women’s clothes. Even if it means living with someone else who enjoy’s wearing women’s clothes.

Jenny-Anne sums it up nicely:

“Life was one big act for me,” said Jenny-Anne, who used to work as a chemist. “From the age of four I always knew I should have been a girl.

Despite some of the nasty comments here, there was more than enough even handed coverage in the news about the “lesbian fathers” on other websites.

Before you move on and surf to another web page, take a moment. What are you willing to do to live as who you are? Are you willing to risk the scorn of society to express your innermost being?

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I’m passionate about creating a safe space for everyone in the transgender community to find laughter and friendship on their journey. I completed my physical transition in 2011 and through it I lost everything, and gained everything. I am blessed that I was forced to gaze inward and embark on the journey to discover and live my authentic self. My deepest wish is that all who wander here may find peace, happiness and freedom.

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Weirded Out
Weirded Out
15 years ago

The title should read transexual homosexuals twins [they seem to dress alike] & since they haven’t fully changed I guess that makes them half n half – not cool at all.

Jenny-Anne Bishop
Jenny-Anne Bishop
13 years ago
Reply to  Vanessa Law

Hello Vanessa, Just came across your blog on our article in various papers in Sept 2008. I appreciate you commenting on this, but would just like to add a few words that may make our position clearer. We did the article to try and empower others to be open and live authentic lives which reflect their true gender identity. We are both Transsexuals (You don’t have to have surgery to be Transsexual) and use the term " Trans Lesbians" simply to help others understand our way of living together. We don’t just think we are female, we know our core… Read more »

Phyllis & Leslie Peters
Phyllis & Leslie Peters
9 years ago

I (phyllis) and my dear partner Leslie have been longtime crossdresser(transvestites). We were “married" 3 years ago in Toronto’ We are both 58 and have adopted openly a lesbian life style.’ It was a little strange for neighbours but we are now fully accepted. Every July we both march in the GLBS
parade clearly showing our sexual preference.
Best wishes
Phyllis & Leslie

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