The belief that human rights should apply just because you are human is a very important issue. The right to seen the way you want to be seen should be one of those rights. This is leading to Transgender rights and these should have all the same rights as anyone who was born of the same gender. The following is a gender story and sex change from Alexis Ellis. Listen to our conversation here.
I had a vaginoplasty surgery in Nov 21, 2017, and it was in Montreal only place in Canada till July 1st in bc and Ontario. I never have flown before so I had conquered a fear of heights. I did it and I was in Montreal for 9 days and had the best treatment in my life. They treated everyone as royalties.
I join a total makeover challenge two months after the surgery and wow did never see myself as the first transgender. I did come ie top 10 and I learn a lot but I end up in the drama and negative mindset. Then I join a scared hearts rising as the author of chapters and speaker. I’m shocked I’m speaker since my disability is hard to do speech and also my grammar is not good so I ask for heavy editing.
I join a church who allows anyone to come I enjoy it. I miss a bit of service every week due to travel. I went to a church a friend told me and I try one day it wasn’t I enjoy since due brainwash and try to make you convert back. I couldn’t go near it again and I found a better church I love a lot and I was happy I was baptism and surrender to God. I enjoy it better since I feel welcome and I not feel different and learning more Christ and doing stuff with others.
I’m in process of breast implants and I went in for tissue expanders on April 29, 2019, and shock I join another event call Miss BC pageant and it’s not your typical pageant. I learn to be a better role model and learn some leadership skills and shocking again I was the first transgender but I didn’t know till day 2 since we had three days with them 2 days of rehearsals and workshops and last day is rehearsals and pageant. I didn’t win a crown but I winner in other ways. I learn to get upset and negative or comparing others that we all equal.
So if I can do so much in less in 2 years and doing stuff to be role model and help others if I can do it anyone can. So don’t be afraid to do stuff since life is never easy and we all need to learn we all equal.
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