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Hi there, As many of you may know, my name is Ashley Spencer, but many of you know me as Ashleigh Andrews. My life began on February 12th 1988! I was born to loving parents who were shortly after my birth, divorced. My life has been a rollercoaster ride and I have had some pretty rough childhood memories. I was born a male named Ashley Spencer, but ever since I can remember, I have felt as though I were a female, or at least supposed to be female. I was always different and stood out from other groups in grade school. I had basically no friends. I was picked on and harrassed... I was called names like "faggot", "sissy", "gay" and so many more names. As a six year old in kindergarden I had no idea what those words meant and I felt greatly ashamed of myself. I kept my feelings burried deep inside. I was too afraid to tell my parents, family, or teachers because I was bullied so badly and I didnt want to draw any extra attention to myself.
At the age of seven years old, unknown to my father, my mother took me to see a child psychologist. She wanted to know why I didnt play with other boys, why I had softer mannerisms, and why I was more feminine than my step-brothers. The doctor took me to a room filled with toys and told me that I could play with whatever toys I wanted to play with while he talked to my mother. The room contained "girl toys" and "boy toys". At this age, I had no idea that I was being observed and I had no idea that I was seeing a doctor for a problem that I didnt even know existed. After observing me, the doctor came back into the room filled with toys and said that he wanted to talk to me at the table in the room. He asked me questions about all the different toys and how they made me feel, Which toys I would prefer to play with, and which toys I would prefer not to play with. After that visit with the doctor, my mother never spoke of the problem or situation ever again.
Throughout my life growing up, the feeling that I should be female always remained with me, but I tried to fit in with my peers and supress those feelings. After I graduated high school, I came out to my friends and family as being "gay". I figured I was gay because I wanted to be a girl and I was more feminine and girlier than other normal guys. Living my life as a gay man still didnt make me happy or soothe any of my feelings of being female so I began going to gay clubs and started to perform as a drag queen (now known as Ashleigh Andrews). Performing as a drag queen was a quick fix, helping me be able to be the closest thing to a woman as I could be at the time. After a while, I started talking to many different drag queens/ entertainers who have transitioned from male to female and sought out their advice on things I could do to help feminize my body and start "the Change".
I began seeing a doctor for Hormone Replacement Therapy. I was prescribed Estrogen Shots, Estrogen pills, and Testosterone blockers. The Hormones began to change my body FAST! I started to see changes such as less facial and body hair, the development of breast tissue, widening of hips, softer skin, change in facial structure, bigger butt, weight gain (about 35 lbs), thicker thighs, and so many other changes! My body is still changing slowly, but it has come to a time where I am ready for my BREAST IMPLANTS!!! Having small breasts make me very insecure and self conscious. Any help is greatly appreciated and is considered a blessing! Thank you so much for taking time out of your day to read this! Feel free to message me if you have any Questions or Comments at AshleyAshleigh222@gmail.com Love, Ash!