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Tracy Shawna Parker coming out of her shell

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Tonite we have Tracy Shawna Parker who was born in Minford Ohio in 1970. She says “I remember when I was five years old I really only played with girls, basically that’s all that was around there in the farm we lived on. 

Tracy quotes My dad had a friend he worked with that had two girls about my age I loved to play with them. That’s when I realized something was not right. I tried to turn these feelings off. I was terrified then, it was the worst thing to be a Sissy! So I did my best to be the boy I was expected to be. I was picked on something terrible! I hated school and was held back in the first grade. I was so miserable! I then would hide and sneak and put on my mom’s clothes. I struggled till I was about ten and my parents divorced.

During Halloween I would wear my mom’s Clothes. It felt so natural and was lots of fun!  I joined the navy but it wasn't much better, I had trouble getting along with authority, Men usually. I would sneak and dress like a girl when I could. I got out of the Navy 4 years late and returned home and then it started to really get interesting. I started wearing women’s underwear 24/7 and that helped and once I got my own place I dressed a lot more. I worked as a CNA at a nursing home and that was nice for a while   but I would get sad because I couldn't be like them. I went to truck driving school, that’s been my professional carrier since 1996. I met my wife for a company that we drove for, yet my depression was really getting worse! My wife knew I had a serious problem and she told me one night to just admit it. Things at home got bad, she had a hard time dealing with it. It’s been a hard path to be on for the last 3 years but I realized about two months ago I was the one making it hard with my attitude. Then something clicked i needed to love myself more.