Trinity Neal, a 16-year-old trans girl from Delaware, detailed how she began her transgender journey to become a girl despite being born a boy.
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Despite the fact that she was born with male genitalia, Neal didn’t always see herself as a woman. Her parents assumed she was a boy from the moment she was born, but she acted differently, dressing up in her mother’s clothes and expressing herself as a girl.
Trinity’s mother, who is homosexual, eventually took her to a child therapist, who confirmed that she had gender dysphoria and that it was affecting her mental health.
Trinity’s family agreed to let her start transitioning into a female when she was four years old.
Trinity’s mother, DeShanna, bought her a pink dress to commemorate the event, and Trinity, who is four years old, was said to be “in tears” as she finally felt understood and loved.
‘It made me feel so pleased…,’ Trinity told the press. And my mother claimed I was crying because I was overjoyed.
‘It wasn’t the proper body for me.’ I didn’t feel good, and I wasn’t even joyful. I was always depressed and enraged.’
Trinity made history when, at the age of 12, she became the first child in Delaware to have his or her medical transition funded by Medicaid, a state program that provides health insurance to low-income families.
Medicaid first turned down the pre-request teen’s for puberty blockers, but her mother, DeShanna, fought for almost a year to get her daughter the treatment she needed.
Trinity’s gender confirmation procedure will now be covered by Medicaid. Trinity, who is 16 years old, will be one of the youngest people in her state to get this life-changing surgery.
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