New Zealand Woman’s Weekly

Free to be me... BUT I’M LOSING MY SIGHT

Finding your place in your teens can be tumultuous at the best of times, but Joseph Stockhausen faced a whole other set of hurdles – waking up every morning feeling like he wasn’t in the right body, grappling with his identity, then coming out as transgender to friends, many who he lost.

Then, just as he was ecstatically commencing the physical transition into a male, Joseph, 21, was dealt another blow – learning he was losing his eyesight.

“That diagnosis really

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