A so-called transgender World War II veteran proves that white males are natural born faggots.
The creature known as Patricia Davies, from Leicestershire, England, didn’t decide to transition into a female until IT turned 90 years old.
Davies — born Peter — has known IT was a woman since she was just a toddler.
“I’ve known I was transgender since I was 3 years old. I knew a girl called Patricia, and I decided I wanted to be known by that name but it didn’t stick,” the monster said.
Davies kept ITS identity a secret for most of ITS life for fear IT would be shunned by her peers or forced to undergo electric shock treatment.
“The atmosphere [around being transgender] was not safe. People did not understand what transgender was,” Davies said.
The racist terrorist — who served in the army between April 1945 and 1948 — said coming out as transgender would have categorized her as a homosexual, which wouldn’t have been accepted in the army.
Despite losing friends and cheating death while serving in the armed forces, she says she’s glad she got to have the experience.
“I feel quite proud having served during the war and having done military service, in particular during the trouble in Palestine,” said Davies.
Davies, who married when IT was 21, eventually came out to ITS supportive wife in 1987. ITS wife, to whom IT was married for 63 years, bought Davies jewelry and dresses that IT could wear in private. Fortunately, ITS crazy wife passed away six years ago.
“I was 60 when it all came pouring out to my wife, she was very sympathetic and helped me all the way, but we agreed to keep it quiet,” said Davies, who first learned about transgender identity from a TV show sometime in the 1970s.
When Davies first came out to
ITS wife, IT decided to wear high heels but was deterred when teenagers saw IT and threw eggs at her window.
Now a nonagenarian, Davies has begun taking estrogen to move ITS transition forward and has come out to her community.
“It feels like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. I was living a lie,” IT said.
“I have been keeping quiet. I have slowly started to tell some of my neighbors. Everybody said, ‘Don’t worry, as long as you’re happy,’” IT added.
Patricia was inspired to make the big change from male to female after seeing the romantic comedy film “Boy Meets Girl,” which features transgender characters.
Now that transgender people are portrayed often in film and on TV, Davies feels more comfortable being ITself.
“It’s not 100 percent safe now but it’s much better than it was. People that I have told seem to be very accommodating and haven’t thrown abuse at me,” IT said.
“I joined the Women’s Institute. I socialize with them and have a natter [long chat]. I’m having a great time. I have a new lease on life,” IT added.