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Lowissa has now set up her own voluntary makeup business to help other transgender women, and credits her admirers for her amazing transformation.Lowissa said: ‘At school, I knew I was different to the other boys.Sexuality is a very natural, beautiful, and powerful part of our lives.Yet, we rarely get a chance to talk about our sexuality in a safe and honest environment.Lowissa, a makeup artist, amassed a swarm of online admirers, who were more than willing to foot the hefty bill for her treatments.In total, Lowissa received £150K of donations from strangers, splashing the leftover £50K on clothes and luxury holidays.

‘Unlike my older brother, I didn’t want to play with trucks and dinosaurs.She was later referred to a specialist for hormone replacement therapy, to start her transition.Lowissa said: ‘Luckily, I hadn’t developed any facial hair yet, and my voice wasn’t very deep. I felt like I was finally in the correct body.’ At the age of 17, Lowissa moved to London to begin a volunteer job at a housing association.But kids weren’t so kind, and I was bullied mercilessly.’ As a child, Lowissa would skip school, unable to cope with the bullying.But then in 1998, at the age of 15, she saw a segment on transgender women on the American TV show ‘Jerry Springer’.

‘Unlike my older brother, I didn’t want to play with trucks and dinosaurs.She was later referred to a specialist for hormone replacement therapy, to start her transition.Lowissa said: ‘Luckily, I hadn’t developed any facial hair yet, and my voice wasn’t very deep. I felt like I was finally in the correct body.’ At the age of 17, Lowissa moved to London to begin a volunteer job at a housing association.But kids weren’t so kind, and I was bullied mercilessly.’ As a child, Lowissa would skip school, unable to cope with the bullying.But then in 1998, at the age of 15, she saw a segment on transgender women on the American TV show ‘Jerry Springer’.Lowissa explained: ‘I’d chat to guys on webcam, or swap pictures. ‘Then one day, a man asked if he could buy me a gift. I never asked, but they were more than willing to provide.’ Lowissa had soon been gifted thousands of pounds – which she used to fund a nose job to make her appearance ‘more feminine’.