A businesswoman and parent who spent most of her life “trapped in the wrong body” has spoken about finally seeing her mum dressed as a woman. Nia Wyn Heaton, the parent of two teenage children, told the North Wales Daily Post about how her mum reached out, hugged her and told her she looked “gorgeous”. It marked a landmark moment in the embroidery shop owner’s transition, after spending in the wrong body including growing up, getting married and being a dad. She said: “I remember it vividly, I was very confused about myself and I started dressing up in my sister’s clothes when I was about 11. “At youth club, I met my first girlfriend and while we were kissing, I remember thinking I should have that body. “I tried to be macho talking about football with the lads, but I always knew there was something different about me.” “In those days, it was frowned upon, and I didn’t want to admit I was different. I had plenty of girlfriends and because I was in touch with my feminine side, I was quite popular with women, I just loved being around them.” It was only when Ian reached 18 and… Read full this story
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