Male hormone intake fast tracks Sade Adu’s daughter’s transition into a man
The 20-year-old daughter of Nigerian born British pop singer Sade Adu who has her wish to become a man granted has noted in her transitioning documentation that her hormonal intake is speeding up her quest to become man.Mickailia ‘Ila’ Morgan, who wants to be the father she never had said ever since she started taking male hormones to “transition” into a “man” things have changed as she now has male characteristics like facial hair, body hair, and a deeper voice.Ila, a lesbian with a white girlfriend is diagnosed with gender dysmorphia which made her make up her mind to become a man and she is eager to see through the process of transition to become what she has always wanted to be.Recall when her transition officially began at the beginning of this month, an excited Ila took to her Instagram page saying, “Yesterday, October 4th was “the first day of the rest of her life”.“Today is the first day of the rest of my life 04/10/16… #shotday #firstshot #finally #ftm#selfmademan #transman #proud#yaaassss,” she wrote.By Ahmed Boulor…
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