For so many years, I have felt like a stranger in my own body. This disaffinity between soul and body has hounded me from birth. For three decades I have lived in misery, denying myself the ingredients of a satisfied life worth living.
I never spoke about how I felt. who would understand? I've spent my life trying to suppress my identity. My secret, as I aged, combined with denial, formed a strong foundation for addiction, and most of my life was spent in drunken stupor.
After nearly seven years of incarceration, induced prohibition, I was finally forced to confront and accept my reality. I am thrilled to announce that I have finally quit running from myself, and have lovingly embraced my truth as a transsexual woman. I was named Robert at birth, but I am excited to introduce myself to you here and now, as Brooklyn!
I am beginning new and exciting chapters in my life, and I would love to include you among the dramatis personae within the book that is my life.
A little about me; I'm easy to get along with and I love to laugh. I spend my time acting in a prison theater group, learning to weld, and studying business and finance in my spare time.
If you would like to contact me, you can email using Jpay.com - send a courtesy letter via Write A Prisoner, or write to me using the address posted on this ad. Be sure to address using my legal name, but feel free to call me Brooklyn in the letter!
Here are a few questions you can answer to help break the ice.
What hobby would you get into if time and money weren't an issue?
What fiction place would you most like to go?
What are small things that make your day better?
What's invisible, but you really wish people could see?
Well, I really look forward to building a connection with you!