Wonders, they say, shall never cease. A 52-year-old Canadian father of seven has abandoned his family to live life as a six (6) years old little girl.
The man identified as Stefonknee Wolscht, 52, lived as Paul until she realized she was trans at age 46 and was not accepted by her family. According to him, his wife asked him to stop being trans or leave.
Stefonknee, who previously went by the name Paul, worked as a mechanic and was a dedicated member of the Catholic church, says;
‘To me, “stop being trans” isn’t something I could do. It would be like telling me to stop being six-foot-two or leave.’
After two suicide attempts and session of homelessness, she found hope in the transgender community in Toronto
She now resides with an adoptive ‘mommy and daddy’ and spends her time playing with dolls and the couple’s young grandchildren.
Stefonknee (pronounced as ‘Stephanie’) says her ‘adoptive’ family, which consists of an older couple and their children and young grandchildren, are completely accepting of her identifying as a little girl.
She says she’s living as a six-year-old girl because it’s something she could never do when she was in grade school.
‘I can’t deny I was married. I can’t deny I have children, But I’ve moved forward now and I’ve gone back to being a child. I don’t want to be an adult right now.’ She says in the video.
Stefonknee further adds:
‘I have a mommy and a daddy, an adopted mommy and daddy, who are totally comfortable with me being a little girl. And their children and their grandchildren are totally supportive.’
She says she previously lived as an eight-year-old girl, until the couple’s granddaughter asked her to be the younger sister instead.
‘A year ago I was eight and she was seven. And she said to me: “I want you to be the little sister, so I’ll be nine.” I said: “Well, I don’t mind going to six.” So I’ve been six ever since.’
In the winter, Stefonknee earns money by plowing snow, and when she’s at home with her adoptive family, they color and ‘do kid’s stuff’.
‘It’s called play therapy. No medication, no suicide thoughts. And I just get to play,’ she shares.
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