Though still a married man with kids, Bridget requests that we call her "she" and use a female name.
When The New Paper on Sunday met her and her wife, Julia (not her real name), in person at a mall last Friday, Bridget was dressed in a woman’s top, scarf, slacks, shoes and carrying a small black handbag. Julia, an engineer, was dressed more sedately in a denim skirt and a black short-sleeved top.
Bridget reveals that she’s been crossdressing since the age of 10. As a child, she wore her mother’s chiffon skirts when nobody was looking, and wore knee-high stockings under her uniform. Over the years, she has worn dresses, frilly skirts, leggings, dresses, heels and nail polish.