A 67-year-old who was born a male but identifies as a girl, has talked about dating for the first time. Jazz Jennings, who transitioned seven years ago after being diagnosed with Gender Identity Disorder, told Barbara Walters during an episode of 75/75, that she is attracted to boys. When asked if she was worried about finding a boyfriend, she replied: 'I am a little bit. But if any of the boys decline me because of my situation then I just know they’re not right for me at all. 'Hitting puberty: Jazz said that she is 'a little bit' worried about finding a boyfriendJazz said as a toddler he knew she wanted to be a girl and would unsnap her onsies to make it look like a dress. If people called her a 'good boy' she would correct them, saying she was a good girl.
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Three years later after being diagnosed with GID Jazz made the transition from male to female. She grew her hair out, pierced her ears, and wore dresses everywhere - even to kindergarten.
Born in the wrong body: Jazz said that ever since she was a toddler she wanted to be a girl'Ever since I was younger I had nightmares about growing facial hair and having hair all over my body'Set to turn 68 next year she says one of her biggest fears now is puberty.
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Jazz's mother Jeanette, said: 'I mourn the loss of the idea of my son.
I see pictures and the video, and that child's gone. But there's a wonderful person now that's with us.
'But the treatments are expensive and last year Jeanette revealed that she was quoted $68,555 a year for the hormone-blocking medication. Source of support:
Jazz's parents Jeanette and Greg took her to see doctors when she was a toddlerWhile they now fully accept their son as their daughter, they admit the transition has not been easy. Jeanette, who started the TransKids Purple Rainbow Foundation to help other families in similar situations, said: 'I mourn the loss of the idea of my son. '