Tyler Reks came out this morning about her transition into a transgender woman. She promised to talk more about it on Friday interview with Extra TV.
Former star, Gbbi Tuft aka Tyler Reks said on this morning that she has completed her transgender operation into a woman. Tuft was the former star of WWE and was wrestling for this company during 2008 to 2012. On an Instagram post this Thursday, Tuft appeared for the first time as a woman. She described that the previous 8 months were the darkest time of her entire life. She confessed that facing the fact of being a transgender person and facing the world have ended her on multiple occasions.
But in the end, Tuft admitted the gender transition with no shame at all. On the social media post, she wrote.
“This is me. Unashamed, unabashedly me. This is the side of me that has hidden in the shadows, afraid and fearful of what the world would think; afraid of what my family, friends, and followers would say or do… My loving wife, family, and closest friends have accepted me for who I am. To them, I am forever grateful.”
“I don’t expect everyone to agree or understand. It’s not my place to change any of your core beliefs. Just know that the outer shell may change, but the soul remains the same. I am no longer afraid and I am no longer fearful. I can now say with confidence, that I love myself for WHO I am,” Tuft continued.
Since last year October, she hinted her transition. A post of Tuft wearing nail polishing was featured on her Instagram, revealing the fact that some big change happening to her. In the post of last year October, she wrote.
“Big changes ruffle feathers…and not always in a good way. In the next 6-8 months there will be some monumental changes in my life… Setting yourself free from the chains of worrying about what others think is a life changing event. Now, it’s time to stand by what I preach.”
In the end, she deserves a respect for coming out about her real appearance. After all, it doesn’t matter how you look but how you treat the others and how you love yourself. So far, Tuft said that she felt happy with the new identity.