Kyle Penniman understands the difficulties transgender individuals have in the area of gender identity. That is why he made a gender transition to attain gender congruency. His FTM transition has made his life easier and helped him live his life comfortably in his own skin. Many people struggle quietly with gender dysphoria and need your support.
Kyle Penniman made his gender transition from female to male in order to feel gender congruency. Since he had struggled with gender dysphoria for many years, he went through the long and involving process. Part of his FTM transition involved counseling and medical procedures. Transgender people experience a persistent and authentic difference between their assigned sex and their understanding of their own gender.
Courtney Penniman struggled with gender identity issues for many years. In 2012, he decided to transition from female to male and has since lived his life identifying as a transgender male. As a trans man, he has become more confident in who he is and feels gender congruency. He offers his support to anyone who struggles with gender dysphoria.
Kyle Penniman is a FTM transgender who resides in Phoenix, Arizona. He courageously completed a gender transition in 2012, having struggled for many years with gender dysphoria, a condition of utter discomfort with the lack of gender congruency. Mr. Penniman now helps other trans people who are going through the same struggles.
Courtney Penniman resides in Phoenix, Arizona and transitioned from female to male in February 2012. With the help of other trans people in the Phoenix area, he was able to decide that the right thing for him to do was to transition genders in order to achieve gender congruency. As a trans man, he is active in the Phoenix LGBTQ community and helps other transgender individuals in their struggle for their gender identity.
Courtney Penniman transitioned from female to male in February, 2012 in order to attain gender congruency. He no longer struggles with his gender identity. His FTM transition is with the support of the Phoenix Gay Community and transgendered friends. It is estimated that at least 1% of the population is transsexual.