When they were girls, they became boys: the twin sisters changed their gender and are now truly happy
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Jace and Jack Greif are twin brothers from Baltimore who were sisters five years ago. All their lives, Jacqueline and Jennifer (that was the girls' name) felt "out of their bodies", cried at night and prayed that one day they would wake up as boys. When they turned 18, they decided to make drastic changes. Now Jace and Jack proudly call themselves "men", work in law enforcement and are happy in their personal lives.
How the twins, who grew up in a conservative Christian family with a pastor father, decided to make such changes, read our review.
Source: Daily Mail
Jace and Jack as children
Jace and Jack were born and raised in a conservative family, regularly attended church and religious school. Their father was a priest in Baltimore, a respected man in the city, their mother is also an ardent Christian, carefully took care of the proper upbringing of her children. The Greif family was friendly, the twin sisters never had any serious problems, in general they lived very happily.
But, despite this, the girls almost every night sobbed into the pillow, not understanding what was wrong with them.
"As a child, I didn't know what transgenderism was yet, but I begged God to make me a boy."
Jack and Jace as kids
Every day the unpleasant feelings of the twin sisters only intensified. Girls became more and more like boys — they behaved and dressed accordingly, did not feel interest in the opposite sex, paid attention to classmates.
Jack and Jace at 13
The girls were so afraid of scandal and public condemnation that they hid their feelings for a long time. It was only at the age of 16 that the sisters confessed to each other their attraction to the female sex.
In the same period, the girls began to attend cosplayers' festivals and try on "male" images. Now Jack and Jace admit that in those moments they felt really happy. And free.
Jace (left) and Jack (right) in 2016
For a long time, the twin sisters considered themselves lesbians, but at the age of 18 they finally realized that this was not homosexuality, but transgenderism.
Nevertheless, the relatives decided to change the girls' gender and supported them in everything. Colleagues at work also treated them. Even the state authorities later gave Jack and Jace documents confirming their belonging to the male sex. But their path still continues.
In 2017, the girls started drinking hormonal drugs that completely changed their appearance and made them look like guys. In August of this year, Jack and Jace underwent breast removal surgery. Now, looking at the twin brothers, it's hard to imagine that they were girls once.
Both brothers graduated from law school and started working in law enforcement agencies. Jack works as a deputy chief of the sheriff, Jace serves in the police and simultaneously studies at the police academy.
Both guys have a good personal life. Jace is in a romantic relationship with 19-year—old Jessica Smith, and Jack is engaged and lives with his fiancee, 22-year-old Magon Arrington.
The guys admit that they are now truly happy and urge others not to suffer, hiding their true feelings, and not to be afraid of the condemnation of others.
And what do you think about such reincarnations?