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@Regrann from @natgeo – Sometimes our children lead the way. Corey, 14, socially transitioned from boy to girl in the past few years. She gave her Mom, Eric(a) the courage to begin her own transition from female to male. They are moving in opposite directions but toward their true selves. After her first shot of testosterone Erica said she finally felt "complete". Photo by @ljohnphoto for Nat Geo's Special Issue-Gender Revolution. @natgeo @thephotosociety #gender #nonbinary – #regrann #thisiswhattranslookslike
Is this that groundbreaking? We just need one of the Kardashian daughters to jump off that black d*ck they love so much and say she wants to be a man. Bruce already held down his end. Not too sure that would happen tho because they do love their black men.
A transgender father and daughter from the US have shared their remarkable journeys as they transition together.
Eric and Corey Maison, from Detroit, each struggled for years with their gender identities, unaware their loved one was also facing a battle of their own.
Corey, 15, told her parents she identified as a girl four years ago. Then last year, her mother Erica revealed she too would transition and live as Eric.
Corey and Eric’s relationship had changed from mother and son to father and daughter.
I wanted to make my parents proud of who I am, but I thought that they would not like me,” Corey told Tara Brown on 60 Minutes of her early childhood years.
Meanwhile, Eric said he always dreamed of living his life as a man and Corey’s brave decision to begin her transition inspired Eric to do the same.
Eric told 60 Minutes of the agony he felt as he wrestled with his gender identity.
“When I was younger I used to wish for cancer so I would have to get a mastectomy,” he told Brown, adding he “hated being pregnant”.
It was after watching a documentary on prominent transgender girl Jazz Jennings that Eric realised he wanted to transition.
“The first feeling was relief, the second was terror,” he said.
“Fear for what my future would hold, fear for how my family and children would, fear for what the rest of my life was going to look like.”