Transitioning after 50 and being a stay at home parent

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    Tygh Lawrence-Clarke

    Tygh Lawrence-Clarke is a transgender man who is committed to educating the world about matters that impact everyone under the umbrella. He was born in Beverly Hills, CA and was raised by a single mother, who was a prominent physician. His family moved to Las Vegas when he was 11, where he remained for most of his life. He retired in 2011 from the Pharmacy field to become a stay at home Dad. He began his journey in 2015, at the age of 50, and since that time has undertaken several projects aimed at enhancing the lives and visibility of others in the community. He has a Youtube channel where he documents his transition and makes educational videos. He also has binder giveaways and packer giveaways to help the less fortunate. In addition to his giveaways he collects used binders to send to trans men in third world countries. As part of his advocacy for the transgender community he hosts a website promoting visibility. Despite the challenges Tygh faces every day, he couldn’t be happier now that he is living his life as his true self. Tygh now resides in the woods of New Hampshire with his wife Sandi, son Ben, and his menagerie of pets. When he is not working on advocacy ventures, he enjoys swimming, working out, and cooking.

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    Sabrina Samone

    You have my Vote Tygh

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