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Otyły Rosjanin zaczyna nowe życie jako kobieta (9)

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Pics shows: Ilias Lyalyaev during the transition; An overweight man who once topped the scales at 23 stone is preparing to start a new life as a woman. But Ilias Lyalyaev, 22, from the Russian capital city of Moscow, says she is fearful for her safety after being attacked in the street for her appearance. Once weighing 23 stone (146 kilogrammes), she has lost much of her excess weight after going on a crash diet and exercise programme and says it was the change in her appearance that made her realise that she really wanted to be a woman. Since then, Ms Lyalyaev has been wearing feminine clothing and make-up and going by the name of Lika. She has undergone hormone therapy as part of her transition and is awaiting gender transformation surgery to complete the process. Ms Lyalyaev said that she is much happier as a glamorous plus-size woman than she had ever been as an obese man. But she admitted that it has not been an easy ride as her family and friends had not been very supportive at first. She has also been attacked by strangers in the street - and had been forced to fight back against one drunken male antagonist. Ms Lyalyaev explained: "He would not go away, I had to hit him first, then the fight began. "I did not call police or tell my parents. I thought they would make me look guilty, would make me get rid of the make-up, cut my hair, and he would be the victim." She said she did not dare tell her family about the incident in case they pressured her to dress as a man again. Her parents had struggled to understand why she wanted to change gender and it would have made life even harder if they knew about the hostility she had faced. Ms Lyalyaev says her parents now "appeared" to have accepted her but she still feared for the obstacles she would face in everyday life as a woman. Previously, she appeared on television as an 18-year-old boy when she was heavily obese and received help to lose weight. Her ambition is now to return the favour by one day
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Pics shows: Ilias Lyalyaev during the transition; An overweight man who once topped the scales at 23 stone is preparing to start a new life as a woman. But Ilias Lyalyaev, 22, from the Russian capital city of Moscow, says she is fearful for her safety after being attacked in the street for her appearance. Once weighing 23 stone (146 kilogrammes), she has lost much of her excess weight after going on a crash diet and exercise programme and says it was the change in her appearance that made her realise that she really wanted to be a woman. Since then, Ms Lyalyaev has been wearing feminine clothing and make-up and going by the name of Lika. She has undergone hormone therapy as part of her transition and is awaiting gender transformation surgery to complete the process. Ms Lyalyaev said that she is much happier as a glamorous plus-size woman than she had ever been as an obese man. But she admitted that it has not been an easy ride as her family and friends had not been very supportive at first. She has also been attacked by strangers in the street - and had been forced to fight back against one drunken male antagonist. Ms Lyalyaev explained: "He would not go away, I had to hit him first, then the fight began. "I did not call police or tell my parents. I thought they would make me look guilty, would make me get rid of the make-up, cut my hair, and he would be the victim." She said she did not dare tell her family about the incident in case they pressured her to dress as a man again. Her parents had struggled to understand why she wanted to change gender and it would have made life even harder if they knew about the hostility she had faced. Ms Lyalyaev says her parents now "appeared" to have accepted her but she still feared for the obstacles she would face in everyday life as a woman. Previously, she appeared on television as an 18-year-old boy when she was heavily obese and received help to lose weight. Her ambition is now to return the favour by one day
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Pics shows: Ilias Lyalyaev during the transition; An overweight man who once topped the scales at 23 stone is preparing to start a new life as a woman. But Ilias Lyalyaev, 22, from the Russian capital city of Moscow, says she is fearful for her safety after being attacked in the street for her appearance. Once weighing 23 stone (146 kilogrammes), she has lost much of her excess weight after going on a crash diet and exercise programme and says it was the change in her appearance that made her realise that she really wanted to be a woman. Since then, Ms Lyalyaev has been wearing feminine clothing and make-up and going by the name of Lika. She has undergone hormone therapy as part of her transition and is awaiting gender transformation surgery to complete the process. Ms Lyalyaev said that she is much happier as a glamorous plus-size woman than she had ever been as an obese man. But she admitted that it has not been an easy ride as her family and friends had not been very supportive at first. She has also been attacked by strangers in the street - and had been forced to fight back against one drunken male antagonist. Ms Lyalyaev explained: "He would not go away, I had to hit him first, then the fight began. "I did not call police or tell my parents. I thought they would make me look guilty, would make me get rid of the make-up, cut my hair, and he would be the victim." She said she did not dare tell her family about the incident in case they pressured her to dress as a man again. Her parents had struggled to understand why she wanted to change gender and it would have made life even harder if they knew about the hostility she had faced. Ms Lyalyaev says her parents now "appeared" to have accepted her but she still feared for the obstacles she would face in everyday life as a woman. Previously, she appeared on television as an 18-year-old boy when she was heavily obese and received help to lose weight. Her ambition is now to return the favour by one day
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Pics shows: Ilias Lyalyaev during the transition; An overweight man who once topped the scales at 23 stone is preparing to start a new life as a woman. But Ilias Lyalyaev, 22, from the Russian capital city of Moscow, says she is fearful for her safety after being attacked in the street for her appearance. Once weighing 23 stone (146 kilogrammes), she has lost much of her excess weight after going on a crash diet and exercise programme and says it was the change in her appearance that made her realise that she really wanted to be a woman. Since then, Ms Lyalyaev has been wearing feminine clothing and make-up and going by the name of Lika. She has undergone hormone therapy as part of her transition and is awaiting gender transformation surgery to complete the process. Ms Lyalyaev said that she is much happier as a glamorous plus-size woman than she had ever been as an obese man. But she admitted that it has not been an easy ride as her family and friends had not been very supportive at first. She has also been attacked by strangers in the street - and had been forced to fight back against one drunken male antagonist. Ms Lyalyaev explained: "He would not go away, I had to hit him first, then the fight began. "I did not call police or tell my parents. I thought they would make me look guilty, would make me get rid of the make-up, cut my hair, and he would be the victim." She said she did not dare tell her family about the incident in case they pressured her to dress as a man again. Her parents had struggled to understand why she wanted to change gender and it would have made life even harder if they knew about the hostility she had faced. Ms Lyalyaev says her parents now "appeared" to have accepted her but she still feared for the obstacles she would face in everyday life as a woman. Previously, she appeared on television as an 18-year-old boy when she was heavily obese and received help to lose weight. Her ambition is now to return the favour by one day
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Pics shows: Ilias Lyalyaev, before; An overweight man who once topped the scales at 23 stone is preparing to start a new life as a woman. But Ilias Lyalyaev, 22, from the Russian capital city of Moscow, says she is fearful for her safety after being attacked in the street for her appearance. Once weighing 23 stone (146 kilogrammes), she has lost much of her excess weight after going on a crash diet and exercise programme and says it was the change in her appearance that made her realise that she really wanted to be a woman. Since then, Ms Lyalyaev has been wearing feminine clothing and make-up and going by the name of Lika. She has undergone hormone therapy as part of her transition and is awaiting gender transformation surgery to complete the process. Ms Lyalyaev said that she is much happier as a glamorous plus-size woman than she had ever been as an obese man. But she admitted that it has not been an easy ride as her family and friends had not been very supportive at first. She has also been attacked by strangers in the street - and had been forced to fight back against one drunken male antagonist. Ms Lyalyaev explained: "He would not go away, I had to hit him first, then the fight began. "I did not call police or tell my parents. I thought they would make me look guilty, would make me get rid of the make-up, cut my hair, and he would be the victim." She said she did not dare tell her family about the incident in case they pressured her to dress as a man again. Her parents had struggled to understand why she wanted to change gender and it would have made life even harder if they knew about the hostility she had faced. Ms Lyalyaev says her parents now "appeared" to have accepted her but she still feared for the obstacles she would face in everyday life as a woman. Previously, she appeared on television as an 18-year-old boy when she was heavily obese and received help to lose weight. Her ambition is now to return the favour by one day going on TV to
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Pics shows: Ilias Lyalyaev during the transition; An overweight man who once topped the scales at 23 stone is preparing to start a new life as a woman. But Ilias Lyalyaev, 22, from the Russian capital city of Moscow, says she is fearful for her safety after being attacked in the street for her appearance. Once weighing 23 stone (146 kilogrammes), she has lost much of her excess weight after going on a crash diet and exercise programme and says it was the change in her appearance that made her realise that she really wanted to be a woman. Since then, Ms Lyalyaev has been wearing feminine clothing and make-up and going by the name of Lika. She has undergone hormone therapy as part of her transition and is awaiting gender transformation surgery to complete the process. Ms Lyalyaev said that she is much happier as a glamorous plus-size woman than she had ever been as an obese man. But she admitted that it has not been an easy ride as her family and friends had not been very supportive at first. She has also been attacked by strangers in the street - and had been forced to fight back against one drunken male antagonist. Ms Lyalyaev explained: "He would not go away, I had to hit him first, then the fight began. "I did not call police or tell my parents. I thought they would make me look guilty, would make me get rid of the make-up, cut my hair, and he would be the victim." She said she did not dare tell her family about the incident in case they pressured her to dress as a man again. Her parents had struggled to understand why she wanted to change gender and it would have made life even harder if they knew about the hostility she had faced. Ms Lyalyaev says her parents now "appeared" to have accepted her but she still feared for the obstacles she would face in everyday life as a woman. Previously, she appeared on television as an 18-year-old boy when she was heavily obese and received help to lose weight. Her ambition is now to return the favour by one day
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Pics shows: Ilias Lyalyaev during the transition; An overweight man who once topped the scales at 23 stone is preparing to start a new life as a woman. But Ilias Lyalyaev, 22, from the Russian capital city of Moscow, says she is fearful for her safety after being attacked in the street for her appearance. Once weighing 23 stone (146 kilogrammes), she has lost much of her excess weight after going on a crash diet and exercise programme and says it was the change in her appearance that made her realise that she really wanted to be a woman. Since then, Ms Lyalyaev has been wearing feminine clothing and make-up and going by the name of Lika. She has undergone hormone therapy as part of her transition and is awaiting gender transformation surgery to complete the process. Ms Lyalyaev said that she is much happier as a glamorous plus-size woman than she had ever been as an obese man. But she admitted that it has not been an easy ride as her family and friends had not been very supportive at first. She has also been attacked by strangers in the street - and had been forced to fight back against one drunken male antagonist. Ms Lyalyaev explained: "He would not go away, I had to hit him first, then the fight began. "I did not call police or tell my parents. I thought they would make me look guilty, would make me get rid of the make-up, cut my hair, and he would be the victim." She said she did not dare tell her family about the incident in case they pressured her to dress as a man again. Her parents had struggled to understand why she wanted to change gender and it would have made life even harder if they knew about the hostility she had faced. Ms Lyalyaev says her parents now "appeared" to have accepted her but she still feared for the obstacles she would face in everyday life as a woman. Previously, she appeared on television as an 18-year-old boy when she was heavily obese and received help to lose weight. Her ambition is now to return the favour by one day
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Pics shows: Ilias Lyalyaev, before; An overweight man who once topped the scales at 23 stone is preparing to start a new life as a woman. But Ilias Lyalyaev, 22, from the Russian capital city of Moscow, says she is fearful for her safety after being attacked in the street for her appearance. Once weighing 23 stone (146 kilogrammes), she has lost much of her excess weight after going on a crash diet and exercise programme and says it was the change in her appearance that made her realise that she really wanted to be a woman. Since then, Ms Lyalyaev has been wearing feminine clothing and make-up and going by the name of Lika. She has undergone hormone therapy as part of her transition and is awaiting gender transformation surgery to complete the process. Ms Lyalyaev said that she is much happier as a glamorous plus-size woman than she had ever been as an obese man. But she admitted that it has not been an easy ride as her family and friends had not been very supportive at first. She has also been attacked by strangers in the street - and had been forced to fight back against one drunken male antagonist. Ms Lyalyaev explained: "He would not go away, I had to hit him first, then the fight began. "I did not call police or tell my parents. I thought they would make me look guilty, would make me get rid of the make-up, cut my hair, and he would be the victim." She said she did not dare tell her family about the incident in case they pressured her to dress as a man again. Her parents had struggled to understand why she wanted to change gender and it would have made life even harder if they knew about the hostility she had faced. Ms Lyalyaev says her parents now "appeared" to have accepted her but she still feared for the obstacles she would face in everyday life as a woman. Previously, she appeared on television as an 18-year-old boy when she was heavily obese and received help to lose weight. Her ambition is now to return the favour by one day going on TV to
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Pics shows: Ilias Lyalyaev during the transition; An overweight man who once topped the scales at 23 stone is preparing to start a new life as a woman. But Ilias Lyalyaev, 22, from the Russian capital city of Moscow, says she is fearful for her safety after being attacked in the street for her appearance. Once weighing 23 stone (146 kilogrammes), she has lost much of her excess weight after going on a crash diet and exercise programme and says it was the change in her appearance that made her realise that she really wanted to be a woman. Since then, Ms Lyalyaev has been wearing feminine clothing and make-up and going by the name of Lika. She has undergone hormone therapy as part of her transition and is awaiting gender transformation surgery to complete the process. Ms Lyalyaev said that she is much happier as a glamorous plus-size woman than she had ever been as an obese man. But she admitted that it has not been an easy ride as her family and friends had not been very supportive at first. She has also been attacked by strangers in the street - and had been forced to fight back against one drunken male antagonist. Ms Lyalyaev explained: "He would not go away, I had to hit him first, then the fight began. "I did not call police or tell my parents. I thought they would make me look guilty, would make me get rid of the make-up, cut my hair, and he would be the victim." She said she did not dare tell her family about the incident in case they pressured her to dress as a man again. Her parents had struggled to understand why she wanted to change gender and it would have made life even harder if they knew about the hostility she had faced. Ms Lyalyaev says her parents now "appeared" to have accepted her but she still feared for the obstacles she would face in everyday life as a woman. Previously, she appeared on television as an 18-year-old boy when she was heavily obese and received help to lose weight. Her ambition is now to return the favour by one day
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