Happy Birthday, GILmore Caddy.
Happy Birthday Male To Female Gender Transition.
The new gender-reassignment surgery was a long time coming for the GILMore Caddy, who was diagnosed with gender dysphoria in 2016.
When he transitioned in December, he went by a new name.
But after two surgeries, including one that removed his penis, he changed his name to Hilmore Caddie in February 2019.
“I had to get a new one because I didn’t want to change my last name, so I named him Hilmore.
He loves it,” Hilmore told ESPN.
Hilmore’s story has been featured on ESPN’s “First Take” and ESPN The Magazine.
He recently had his first surgery.
During his transition, Hilmore was a student at Ohio State University.
He played basketball for the Buckeyes.
After transitioning, Hilhere said he noticed a difference in his moods.
At times, he felt depressed.
In October, Hiland said he went into his locker room at Ohio Stadium to change into his new uniform and to talk about it.
As he was changing into his uniform, he saw a woman, who he said was a friend of his girlfriend, in the bathroom with her son.
Hilmore said he thought he was seeing someone else.
A few minutes later, Hilwhere asked the woman if she was the person he saw.
Hilhere thought she was talking to his girlfriend.
Then Hilhere saw the man with the son.
According to Hilhere, the man said he was “so happy” and “so excited” that Hilmore had changed into his jersey and he wanted to take him with him.
Hiland went to the locker room and cried.
About two hours later, the woman asked Hilhere to come back and change back.
She told Hilmore he was going to have to change back, Hilwere said.
Hilwere was then told Hilwere would not be allowed to change.
Hilare asked Hilwhere if he had to change his uniform.
Hilwhere said he couldn’t tell her and he didn’t know how he was supposed to tell her he couldn, he said.
By November, Hilare was having problems with his family.
He told ESPN he would not have to wait until the new year to change and he planned to have surgery.