Jacqueline Secor is a mixed media artist inspired by primitive art. Secor was born in the historical Gold Rush town of Placerville, California and grew up in Pollock Pines at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Growing up in an area full of natural beauty and historical significance has given her an appreciation for nature and our past. Secor relocated to Utah in 2006, where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Utah Valley University; she now resides in Salt Lake City.
I'm a Kathoey. In Thailand, a Kathoey is a transgender woman.
I am 32 years old and I come from Phang Nga. Until I was 19, I was an unhappy male. Only after the operation the butterfly came out of the cocoon.
I will never forget my first time as a female.
Almost a year had passed since the operation. I could, with great care, make me deflower.
The night at the disco was fabulous. A kaleidoscope of lights, colors and sounds. A group of elderly tourists, males in search of paid sex, stirred on a corner sofa talking to the women that were with them. I was watching them from the distance and a beautiful and clean young man caught my eye. I had found my first one.
After a few minutes, in the toilet, our sweaty faces looked in the mirror over the sink; for the first time in my life a dick fucked me from behind and not in my ass but in my brand new cunt. I was reborn. Happy birthday to me.