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“Wanasema nitawafinya Usiku,” Lady With Beards Urges Men Not to Fear Her, Denies Being 2 in 1

Tanzanian woman Elsie has been grappling with a rare condition that causes her to grow facial hair since childhood, and her journey has been riddled with challenges and misconceptions.

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In an interview with Wasafi Media, Elsie bravely shared her story, shedding light on the struggles she faces due to her condition.

Misunderstandings abound, with many mistaking her for being transgender. Elsie revealed how men, upon discovering her condition, often shy away from dating her, fearing societal judgement.

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She recounted instances where men would question her femininity, seeking validation from her friends.

Despite these hardships, Elsie has embraced herself wholeheartedly, believing that her uniqueness serves a divine purpose. She emphasises that she is no different from any other woman, proudly asserting her identity and motherhood.

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“I accepted myself because it’s natural. I was given it by God. But there are a lot of challenges that I do face. Some people think I am transgender, but I would like to clarify that I am a woman. I have been blessed with one daughter, and I am just okay.

Many people wonder when they see me because I look different, but I am just like any other woman. Men fear me, and they go around asking my friends if I am a real woman or transgender,” she expressed.

Elsie’s courage in sharing her story sheds light on the importance of acceptance and understanding in our society. She stands as a beacon of resilience and self-acceptance, challenging societal norms and advocating for inclusivity.

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