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The Secret of Tomorrow

Is to Live Your Dreams Today.


By Diamond Starr

I consider myself to be heterosexual. I've haven't dated a Gay man since living

Diamond StarMy birth name is Danny Lynn Green. I was born September 14, 1964 in Grenada, Mississippi and as far back as I can remember I was always a girl. I realized I was different around the age of three when I tried to cut off my penis because none of the other little girls had one.

At the age of twelve I started to live as a female. That caused a lot of problems at home and my parents put me out.

I'm much happier now because I live my life as a female and have been doing so for the past fifteen years full-time. My [sex-change] operation is scheduled for next year and I'm really looking forward to it.

I really haven't experienced a lot of discrimination in my life. My biggest problem has been with the Gay Community. It was really hard to believe that so few accepted Transsexuals.

I consider myself to be heterosexual. I've haven't dated a Gay man since living full-time [as a woman]. I date straight men and I'm honest with them about my life and where I am in my process. Most of them don't mind because of my honesty. At the present time I'm single.

My life was touch-and-go for a while--I'm living with AIDS and a recovering addict--but I'm back and ready to take the world by storm. I've been entertaining since I was a child.

I did my first fashion show at age seven and wrote my first play for church at the age of twelve. I incorporated my business and now I'm CEO and President of Diamond Starr Entertainment, a special events company in South Florida. We put together parties, network socials, pageants, fashion shows, workshops and produce the event "Activate Your Mind."

The motto I live by is, "The secret of tomorrow is to live your dreams today."

I wouldn't change anything that has happened to me in the past because it has made me a better person today. If I could give anyone advice it would be: live your life to the fullest and never use the word "Can't."

This site has a comprehensive collection of stories and notices from the Gender Advocacy Internet News service and other information from Gender Education & Advocacy.
The site of GenderPAC, which includes items from their InYourFace news service
The site of the Intersex Society of North America, including items from their news service.
The United Kingdom's Press For Change site, containing items from the UKPFC-News service.