Fashion junkie Jackson Irungu, alias Lady Jay, is the second Kenyan man to go public in recent days about his transition into a woman after Audrey Mbugua, formerly Andrew. (Forgive me I would have a big problem referring to these men as ‘her’ for they still men before God).
The man took to his Facebook page to break the news of his transitioning into a woman to the world.
“FEELING LIKE I HAVE BEEN LIVING IN THE WRONG BODY FOR AS LONG AS I CAN REMEMBER. FINALLY DECIDED TO OPEN UP TO THE WORD! #TRANSITIONING”
According to earlier interviews she has done, Ms Jay has long held the belief that she is a woman trapped in a man’s body.
“I’M FASHION. I CAN’T LEAVE THE HOUSE WITHOUT MY LIP GLOSS, SUNGLASSES AND FACE WIPES. MY SKINNIES AND TRENCH COATS MAKE ME FEEL ON TOP OF THE WORLD. MY FAVOURITE THINGS IN MY CLOSET ARE MY RED CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTINS, MY FABULOUS LOUIS VUITTON BAG, A BLACK VERSACE TWEED COAT AND A MOO COW JACKET BY A KENYAN DESIGNER. I TAKE ABOUT 45 MINUTES TO AN HOUR TO GET READY. SO YEAH, GUESS THAT ANSWERS THE QUESTION; I’M A GIRL TRAPPED IN A DUDE’S BODY,” HE HAD SAID THIS DURING AN INTERVIEW WITH MEDIAMAX.
Trasngender is all apart of the gay agenda America is feeding to the world in which you are meant to believe that you are more of the opposite sex than what God created and intended for you.
The movies thus makes it easier and more acceptable to think that God in His creation made a mistake in putting you in the ‘wrong body’ a mistake that scientists and cosmetics can correct. At the end, we may make so many alterations to the written script but the author with the blueprint has made none and will never change who He created and purposed for us.
Here are some of his photos;
Whereas Kenya’s constitution at this point only recognizes the ‘man’ and the ‘woman’, a recent court ruling declared that NGOs for transgenders can be registered in Kenya.
With Obama scheduled to speak in Kenya later in the week and LGBT rights expected to be a part of his speech, it just may be a matter of time before this becomes an issue of contention in Kenya’s largely Christian population.