Monica at 10, in the Dallas Observer, documents the male-to-female transition of Monica (nee Eduardo) Greene, a popular restaurant owner in Dallas. It’s an interesting story about Monica’s personal and professional struggles with gender reassignment — but what’s most interesting is the way people in Dallas seemingly accepted her change openly and honestly. Most such stories are fraught with turmoil, anger and confusion — this one is different. I suspect the drama is being underplayed, but it is nice to read such a hopeful story.

Posted on November 26th, 2003 by Katxena