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Does this woman look like a pervert to you?

When you watch this video of Kimberly Reed the first thing you will note is how comfortable she is in her own skin and how normal she seems.

Born Paul McKerrow he was the all-star quarterback of the high school team except you would be hard pressed to make that connection from watching this video. She also made her transition relatively early in her college years bucking the "late-transitioning gynephilic" stereotype.

Here she is as a self assured, feminine and attractive woman who some would accuse of actually being a perverted male in love with his own image. Of course Ms. Reed radiates none of that nonsense in this segment.

Kimberly isn't unique and there are other gynephilics who have followed in her footsteps on successful transition paths. Just for the record she has a female life partner so her orientation has remained unchanged post surgery.

The myth is that all gynephilic transsexuals are basically transvestic fetishists with no real female identity except that Ms.Reed clearly doesn't fit that profile.

You could definitely do a lot worse than using Kimberly Reed as a role model of a gynephilic trans person who resolved their gender dysphoria via a full transition.

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