Transgender Navy SEAL Kristin Beck releases “Warrior Princess” biography bookBy Angel Cuala on Jun 4, 2013 in Lifestyle, United States •
Kristin Beck, a transgender Navy SEAL, comes out to reveal her real identity via her biography book titled “Warrior Princess: A U.S. Navy SEAL’s Journey to Coming out Transgender.” The book, which was co-authored by Anne Speckhard, is now available at Amazon.com starting Saturday, June 1, 2013. She retired in 2011 after serving her country for 20 years.
Warrior Princess book by Kristin Beck,
a transgender Navy SEAL
“Chris Beck played high school football. He bought a motorcycle, much to his mother’s dismay, at age 17. He grew up to become a U.S. Navy SEAL, serving our country for twenty years on thirteen deployments, including seven combat deployments, and ultimately earned a Purple Heart and the Bronze Star. To everyone who saw him, he was a hero. A warrior. A man.” A statement reads on the book description at Amazon.
“But underneath his burly beard, Chris had a secret, one that had been buried deep inside his heart since he was a little boy—one as hidden as the panty hose in the back of his drawer. He was transgender and the woman inside needed to get out…It is about a fight to be free inside one’s own body, a fight that requires the strength of a Warrior Princess.” The statement added.
As reported at ABC News this Monday, June 3, Anne Speckhard told them that Beck kept her identity as secret throughout the years. She managed to pass the trials of SEAL training, and fought in some of the most dangerous battlefields in the world. This was supported by Brandon Webb, a former SEAL who served on a different SEAL team than Beck.
Speckhard added that Beck first told her friends online about her coming out, noting that the transgender Navy SEAL now wears women’s clothes, make-up, and enjoying her long hair. She is also now in the process of hormone therapy, as part of her preparation for the completion of her sexual transformation.
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