Alexander James Wood
Just call him AlexAge:
Alex only just recently started Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT). His features have started to change a little, but not by much. Slowly but surely his face is becoming more masculine. The fat on his face has started to move to other places, leaving a slightly sharper jawline and cheekbones. The fat on the rest of his body has also started to move about him, thinning his thighs and arms, but sadly it's all going to his belly. Testosterone can't help that he only stands at 5'7", but he's come to terms with that. He doesn't have top or bottom surgery yet, but his binds his chest to give a more masculine look.
His style ranges to and from everything now that he can wear what he wants.
Alex loves to be "dressy", he doesn't really need a reason to. Dress shirts, skinnies, and his Doc Martens are his go to, but on days he isn't feeling it he often wears American Eagle and Adidas. He can go from preppy to a complete lad in no time.Height:
Fruity drinks, shut up they're manly as hell
His YouTube ChannelDislikes:
Stuck up people
His birth name
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Works in a bakery as head cake decorator, however won't touch a wedding cakeBio:
Alex was born to a Christine and Ron Wood as their second child, their "beautiful little girl" named Taylor. Her parents split when she was just four months old. As a baby she was always in put in dresses and skirts. When she turned two she put her foot down and said no. Her mom payed no attention to her and continued with the dresses and skirts. Taylor went crying her grandfather about it and he put a stop to it. She was bought jeans and tee shirts and loved the new found freedom. Around this time her father left, he couldn't take Ashleigh anymore. Fast forward a few years and she wore dresses when she was forced to dress up to make her mother happy, but always hated even looking at them. It wasn't until the summer after her freshmen year of high school that she found out what transgender was. She didn't think she meant to be a girl. She started looking more into it and watching people on YouTube who were also transgender.
Rolling forward a few months and Taylor fully realized she was a he and while Taylor is a gender neutral name, wanted it changed. It was just a reminder of his sex. Alex came out to his close group of friends first and they accepted him with open arms. With their pushing he decided to tell his mother. He wrote a letter fulling outlining how he felt and put it in her purse before he went to band camp. Not the best way to go about it, but he couldn't handle the rejection right to his face. When he got picked up he was nervous to say the least. Christine went on about how much she loved him, but he was always a she and would always be his little girl. He wanted to jump out of the car because of ow awful he felt, his own mother didn't accept him. This lead to years of his mom bulling him at home, making sure to call him by his birth name and use the wrong pronouns. He hated his life and fell into a depression. He began self harming to make his mom's word hurt less, it worked for a little while until he couldn't handle it anymore. He attempted suicide at age 17, but it didn't work. He doesn't like to talk about that much. With his attempt his mother started treating him worse, making fun of him for wanting to kill himself. She knew that clothes would make him more comfortable so she limited what he could wear to gender neutral shirts only and women's jeans. He hated getting dressed in the morning, he hated coming home after school, he hated his life. He got a job to keep him out of the house as much as possible. His mother demanded half of his paycheck each week and he hated it, but it was either that or the streets. It took him 4 years to save up and move out. Sol City seemed to be the perfect place to set up life. He got situated with a crappy single apartment that's barely big enough so he could afford his hormones.Personality:
♦ Flamboyant ♦ Responsibly Irresponsible ♦ Outgoing ♦
Alex tends to keep to himself and is a little awkward. That is until he gets comfortable with you. It took him a couple of years to even show his face on camera for his Youtube channel, but he loved singing and wanted to share it with the world. Once he's comfortable around you he's always talking and is very animated. Alex is very much a person who talks with not only his hands, but his whole body. He struggles to stand or sit still while telling a story. While he's very talkative he knows when enough is a enough and when to listen to a friend.Your character's favorite song:
It's forever changing, at the moment Teenage Dirtbag by WheatusActor or Actress who play your Character in a movie:
Not an actor, but Louis Tomlinson of One Direction. Alex's sleeve is the same as his current one, but on the left arm. He also has the chest piece Louis has.
Tell us about yourself:
*What part of the world are you from?
*How many years have you been writing/roleplaying:
Back in the day I did a lot (Different account than this), but I'm quite rusty now.
*How often do you have time to post?
I will hopefully be able to post once a day. My work schedule is about to change because 2 of our 6 in the bakery I work in are about to quit.