My transgender journey from the Philippines to New York
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This story begins on a beach in Tulum, Mexico, last October. It was my 30th birthday, and I was dancing on the beach with my then partner. As he , he asked me, ‘What does turning 30 mean to you?’ I replied, ‘It means letting go. It means no more secrets.’
I’d spent 12 years building a career as a model in NYC. Prior to that, I’d to the US from the Philippines. In between, I’d gone to Thailand for 2 major that transformed my body physically into what I’d known since I was 5 years old — that I am a woman.
to immigrate (v.) to come and live permanently in a country after leaving your own country
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