MEMOIRS OF A TRANSSEXUAL WOMAN
Since our true history and contributions to society have been purposefully diluted, twisted, fetishized and sensationalized, Tracee felt compelled to tell her story in her own words
In 2013 Tracee published “Transitions-Memoirs of a Transsexual Woman”, which chronicled her in-ordinary life growing up Trans in the South, and then eventually in 1990 escaping to Los Angeles, CA to save her life from a domestically violent intimate partner relationship.
Tracee was a Seven year old runaway, because at times she didn't feel safe and out of place in her family unit at an early age, so it's no surprise that she didn't stick around in relationships that included violence and power struggles.
Thankfully, Tracee's now aware that she'd always had a strong foundation with her mother loving her unconditionally, and that she's inherited her mother's strength and determination.
This photo of Tracee and her dog Goldie was taken in 1988 during a time shortly after Tracee had successfully gotten out of what would become the first of two intimate partner domestic violence situations that she'd survived after getting out of dodge.
“Transitions” also detailed her evolution working in the corporate world by day and then effortlessly transitioning into her performance artist Alter-Ego Destiny Your Mistress of Illusions, moonlighting by night to make ends meet.