First Day in Public as a Woman
This is a simple story about the first day I came out as a Woman.
It was the very first day that I came out and it wasn’t a very pretty day at all. This day took place nearly 8 months after I have already started my change, a long and awaited time. I had already come out as a woman to my mother, kids, and my now ex-wife at that time, and prior to this day, I was already getting hormones and laser on my face and so forth. The change took a very slow approach as with any change in life it takes time.
Picture used was a filtered version as I don’t have the original day picture.
So with that, it wasn’t long before I made my first day out as a woman. That very first day did not come with a dress, nor did it look great on me, but it was the first moment in my life that I truly felt free, felt as if the world had given me my inner light, the reason for living once more. This day was so beautiful though and it was a long-awaited journey finally coming to realism.
I went outside wearing my first skirt, and cute little white flowered shirt, and put on my very first-time makeup, which by the way was entirely atrocious. Using beautiful pink lipstick and loving every moment of it. My makeup training needs so much work though. I thought though that I looked so beautiful, but wow was I wrong.
It was really interesting because when I went out into public for the very first time, people were staring at me completely in disgust and it was a clear visible sign. I was so happy but also so nervous. I could tell that no one even thought that I was a passing girl, I could see the hate building up around me and there was nothing I could do about it. It was a very scary moment in my life, but I didn’t care. It was a very beautiful moment in my life.
The thing that was the most concerning is I didn’t dare go into the women's restroom and nor did I have the voice for my beautiful image at least in my eyes at the time. However, looking back at it now it was a very, sad moment in time.
However, I did my shopping and had lots of eyes on me, but it was this day that I finally stepped into the role of my beautiful self, the woman I was born as finally revealed itself this day. It was a magical moment that will never leave my thought for the rest of my life because this day was the moment that I never looked back. I was from that day forward in the right body and it only got better since.
Now after all that has happened, I don’t even look anything like the first day out as a woman, I am nothing like that day, I had no makeup on at all during this second picture and still look 10 folds better as a beautiful woman, and you can see even with this I was much happier than ever before.
Living as my true self has really made me a perfect girl and happier then my life was prior to the transition.