“My personal breakthrough came when I asked myself the question: 'How would I lead my life if I stopped caring what other people thought?’. From this point on, I was then able to ask myself: ‘Would I be happier?’, 'Would I feel more free?’, 'Would I be living the life that I truly wanted?’”
What would you tell somebody who is afraid to come out as transgender?
My personal advice is get on a good page with yourself before starting new chapters with others. A good network of friends is ideal, but ultimately you need to be there for yourself. First stop would be your local GP, who can then refer you to a specialist, who can get the ball rolling. […]
Some would call Munroe Bergdorf a DJ. Others would say she’s more of a muse. Dolce & Gabbana gave her the ultimate accolade and namechecked her as one of London’s ‘breakthrough cultural tastemakers’. What does Munroe have to say? Well, her Facebook boasts that she’s 'THAT BAD BITCH WHO BLEW OUT YOUR BIRTHDAY CAKE CANDLES…’ so when Miss Bergdorf talks, you listen. Taking five from hosting this Saturday’s ’TRAMP @ London’s Dalston Superstore’, Munroe spills the beans on Anna Nicole Smith, Sandra Bernhard and yes, being a giraffe in a former life.