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 made a gender transition to male in February 2012. His FTM transition was supported by friends in the Phoenix LGBTQ Community and transgendered friends. It is estimated that at least 1% of the population is transsexual. It is clear that there are people who are aware that they are transgender from their earliest memories. Many trans people feel that their gender identity is an innate part of them, an integral part of who they were born to be.
Courtney Penniman transitioned from female to male in February 2012. He now lives comfortably as a man while helping other trans people who struggle with gender dysphoria. There are medical theories about why people are transgender. Some speculate that fluctuations or imbalances in hormones or the use of certain medications during pregnancy may cause intersex or transgender conditions. Other research indicates that there are links between transgender identity and brain structure. At this time, research has not come up with a definitive answer.
Courtney Penniman of Phoenix, Arizona made a female to male transition in February 2012. Many transgender people are not public about their identities, so they might not tell anyone about it. Because of this, there is no way of knowing how many trans people there are. NCTE estimates that between ¼ and 1% of the population is transsexual.
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 of Arizona has transitioned from female to male. After struggling with gender dysphoria for years, he made the decision to transition gender in 2012. Gender dysphoria is a recognized medical condition, for which treatment is sometimes appropriate. It is not a mental illness. Many trans people have treatment to change their body permanently, so that they are more consistent with their gender identity, and the vast majority are satisfied with the eventual results.
Courtney Penniman is an Arizona transsexual who transitioned from female to male in February 2012 after long feeling that there was a mismatch between his biological sex and his sexual identity. With the help of other trans people in the Phoenix area, he was able attain gender congruency. Now living as a trans man, he continues to be active in the Phoenix LGBTQ community.