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I Am Woman ❮Download❯ ➹ I Am Woman ➾ Author Daliah Husu – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Living the life of her dreams won’t be easy—especially since she was born male But her dream life may yet come true—if she truly wants itIn this raw and emotionally charged memoir Daliah Husu de Living the life of her dreams won’t be easy—especially since she was born male But her dream life may yet come true—if she truly wants itIn this raw and emotionally charged memoir Daliah Husu declares her trans womanhood with an honest and authoritative voice Searching for her true identity yearning for her mother’s acceptance and desperate to find love Daliah shares her painful yet enriching journey into self actualization and womanhood—a journey that starts as a young boy growing up without his father or mother in the slums I Am PDF/EPUB ² of Santo Domingo and who later transforms into a young woman obsessed with the attention of men forced into sex work and haunted by alcohol and drug abuseRemarkably I Am Woman emphasizes that in midst of our loneliness suffering and darkness our hopes and dreams continue to illuminate our path to personal freedom survival and ultimately love.


6 thoughts on “I Am Woman

  1. Cheryl Evans Cheryl Evans says:

    As a mother of a transgender son I had a personal interest in this story I was interested in learning from Daliah’s perspective Unlike my son who began his transition around puberty Daliah transitioned later in her adult years I found her story I Am Woman to be a great read Daliah suffered a great deal of pain at the hands of not only strangers but at the hand of her own mother She was abandoned by her mother at a very young age only to have her mother return for her years later The emotional toll and abuse she suffered then and through the many years following was heart breaking as she struggled to understand and adjust to her true self Due to a lack of support and funds she often engaged in dangerous and risky behaviours Things like back alley hormones and silicone shots had her dancing on a slippery slope Fortunately for Daliah she somehow managed to navigate the dangerous world she was living in Her experiences were fuelled with drugs alcohol and sexual encounters One night she found herself in jail after being trapped by a prostitution sting While I felt such a great sadness for Daliah and the battles she fought in the final chapters that changed Her story became one of hope inspiration and survival She rose above the drugs alcohol and dangerous encounters emerging as a strong and self assured woman Ultimately true love had rescued her Daliah found what she had spent so many years desperately searching for It was only due to her own strength determination and the grace of God that this story didn’t have a very different ending Her beautiful poetry is sprinkled within the pages which just added to my enjoyment of this book Well done Definitely recommendMy favorite uote “In a way I see each event good or bad as a needed brushstroke that enriches the canvas of my life and completes the bigger picture of my personal adventure”Review by Cheryl B Evans Author of I Promised Not to Tell Raising a transgender child


  2. Dennis Cardiff Dennis Cardiff says:

    No matter what part of the world we come from we are all basically the same human beings We all seek happiness and try to avoid suffering This is a uote by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet given at his acceptance speech for the Nobel Peace Prize I have always tried to live according to these words Reading Daliah Husu's book has for me given these words new meaning Discrimination especially toward the LGBT community is the result of fear of the unknown of others who are different from us Knowledge and education teach that our similarities outweigh our differences We are all basically the same human beings I was immediately impressed by Daliah's poetry Her words are positive powerful and triumphant They are also gentle and mesmerizing as she recounts the story of her life; her choices the conseuences the battles she fought and won I cheered for Daliah as she jumped hurdle after hurdle that was thrown in front of her That she came out a winner was due to her love and resolution This is a very inspiring book one I recommend to everyone with a heart


  3. Adrina Johnson Adrina Johnson says:

    Great ReadThis was a great book and being a trans woman myself I am now fine with trying to find my way in the world Even though I'm not a spring chicken this story propelled me to take risk and live life for once I have always been afraid of taking a chance resulting in never finding love or a soulmate but you will never know until you try Daliah gives we hope on eventually transitioning from survival sex work and going after a career of my choice and being unapologetic about being trans I'm smart and hardworking so I can be great


  4. Viga Boland Viga Boland says:

    For me as a reader there's nothing satisfying than picking up a book I just can't put down That usually only happens if the book is a thriller or a mystery written by a very skilled writer It rarely happens when I read a memoir So what a treat to pick up Daliah Husu’s I am Woman and find myself turning pages at thriller speedNot that I am Woman is a thriller but for someone who is relatively unfamiliar with and curious about what it is like to be born male and and as an adult transition fully into a female I was enthralled by what Daliah Husu shared about her life What was even better was that she has the skill to write a memoir as if she were writing fiction I haven't found that talent with many memoirists I had to pinch myself a few times to realize I was reading a true story A lot happens to Daliah in I am Woman After Daliah is born as a boy into Dominican poverty her birth mother leaves him to be raised by her grandmother only to summon him some years later to live in comparative wealth in the US But after a divorce a few years later as he's constantly getting into trouble his mother sends him back to an upper crust Dominican boarding school As Dalia grows her many moves from place to place and eventually from job to job once back in the US parallel the inner transition from male to female Keeping nothing back Daliah Husu shares it all dancing in gay bars snorting cocaine holding top level management jobs being arrested for prostitution and I am Woman discloses everything openly honestly and emotionally Daliah simultaneously loves and hates her life looking for love of herself and others in all the wrong places fighting internal and external demons all the way yet never feeling sorry for herself As a result she earns the reader's full respectThe most satisfying memoirs are those that relate a story of overcoming struggles and finding oneself in the process Even satisfying are those where by the end of the journey protagonists are at last at peace with themselves They have come to love the beautiful person insideIn I am Woman Dalia Husu emerges a multiple winner she finds peace learns to love herself meets a loving soulmate and partner and discovers her talent as a writer She also earns a new fan me I look forward to reading by this remarkable woman and thank her for enlightening me about the difficulties faced by members of the LGTB communityViga BolandNo Tears for My Father A true story of incestLearning to Love Myself A memoir of healing after child sexual abuseVoice from an UrnLove Has No Gender


  5. willowdog willowdog says:

    Surprisingly interesting honest memoir of transwoman which is very well written


  6. Cornell Woodson Cornell Woodson says:

    When I first received my copy of Daliah's book I only planned to read the first two pages because I had a busy day ahead of me Well I got nothing done because I could not stop reading Her writing is filled with imagery that allows you to feel every emotion and visualize every scene I have adopted Daliah's book for my Intro to ueer Studies course and I know my students will love it Thank you Daliah for sharing your story with us Cornell F Woodson Lecturer Ithaca College Ithaca NY


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6 thoughts on “I Am Woman

  1. Cheryl Evans Cheryl Evans says:

    As a mother of a transgender son I had a personal interest in this story I was interested in learning from Daliah’s perspective Unlike my son who began his transition around puberty Daliah transitioned later in her adult years I found her story I Am Woman to be a great read Daliah suffered a great deal of pain at the hands of not only strangers but at the hand of her own mother She was abandoned by her mother at a very young age only to have her mother return for her years later The emotional toll and abuse she suffered then and through the many years following was heart breaking as she struggled to understand and adjust to her true self Due to a lack of support and funds she often engaged in dangerous and risky behaviours Things like back alley hormones and silicone shots had her dancing on a slippery slope Fortunately for Daliah she somehow managed to navigate the dangerous world she was living in Her experiences were fuelled with drugs alcohol and sexual encounters One night she found herself in jail after being trapped by a prostitution sting While I felt such a great sadness for Daliah and the battles she fought in the final chapters that changed Her story became one of hope inspiration and survival She rose above the drugs alcohol and dangerous encounters emerging as a strong and self assured woman Ultimately true love had rescued her Daliah found what she had spent so many years desperately searching for It was only due to her own strength determination and the grace of God that this story didn’t have a very different ending Her beautiful poetry is sprinkled within the pages which just added to my enjoyment of this book Well done Definitely recommendMy favorite uote “In a way I see each event good or bad as a needed brushstroke that enriches the canvas of my life and completes the bigger picture of my personal adventure”Review by Cheryl B Evans Author of I Promised Not to Tell Raising a transgender child

  2. Dennis Cardiff Dennis Cardiff says:

    No matter what part of the world we come from we are all basically the same human beings We all seek happiness and try to avoid suffering This is a uote by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet given at his acceptance speech for the Nobel Peace Prize I have always tried to live according to these words Reading Daliah Husu's book has for me given these words new meaning Discrimination especially toward the LGBT community is the result of fear of the unknown of others who are different from us Knowledge and education teach that our similarities outweigh our differences We are all basically the same human beings I was immediately impressed by Daliah's poetry Her words are positive powerful and triumphant They are also gentle and mesmerizing as she recounts the story of her life; her choices the conseuences the battles she fought and won I cheered for Daliah as she jumped hurdle after hurdle that was thrown in front of her That she came out a winner was due to her love and resolution This is a very inspiring book one I recommend to everyone with a heart

  3. Adrina Johnson Adrina Johnson says:

    Great ReadThis was a great book and being a trans woman myself I am now fine with trying to find my way in the world Even though I'm not a spring chicken this story propelled me to take risk and live life for once I have always been afraid of taking a chance resulting in never finding love or a soulmate but you will never know until you try Daliah gives we hope on eventually transitioning from survival sex work and going after a career of my choice and being unapologetic about being trans I'm smart and hardworking so I can be great

  4. Viga Boland Viga Boland says:

    For me as a reader there's nothing satisfying than picking up a book I just can't put down That usually only happens if the book is a thriller or a mystery written by a very skilled writer It rarely happens when I read a memoir So what a treat to pick up Daliah Husu’s I am Woman and find myself turning pages at thriller speedNot that I am Woman is a thriller but for someone who is relatively unfamiliar with and curious about what it is like to be born male and and as an adult transition fully into a female I was enthralled by what Daliah Husu shared about her life What was even better was that she has the skill to write a memoir as if she were writing fiction I haven't found that talent with many memoirists I had to pinch myself a few times to realize I was reading a true story A lot happens to Daliah in I am Woman After Daliah is born as a boy into Dominican poverty her birth mother leaves him to be raised by her grandmother only to summon him some years later to live in comparative wealth in the US But after a divorce a few years later as he's constantly getting into trouble his mother sends him back to an upper crust Dominican boarding school As Dalia grows her many moves from place to place and eventually from job to job once back in the US parallel the inner transition from male to female Keeping nothing back Daliah Husu shares it all dancing in gay bars snorting cocaine holding top level management jobs being arrested for prostitution and I am Woman discloses everything openly honestly and emotionally Daliah simultaneously loves and hates her life looking for love of herself and others in all the wrong places fighting internal and external demons all the way yet never feeling sorry for herself As a result she earns the reader's full respectThe most satisfying memoirs are those that relate a story of overcoming struggles and finding oneself in the process Even satisfying are those where by the end of the journey protagonists are at last at peace with themselves They have come to love the beautiful person insideIn I am Woman Dalia Husu emerges a multiple winner she finds peace learns to love herself meets a loving soulmate and partner and discovers her talent as a writer She also earns a new fan me I look forward to reading by this remarkable woman and thank her for enlightening me about the difficulties faced by members of the LGTB communityViga BolandNo Tears for My Father A true story of incestLearning to Love Myself A memoir of healing after child sexual abuseVoice from an UrnLove Has No Gender

  5. willowdog willowdog says:

    Surprisingly interesting honest memoir of transwoman which is very well written

  6. Cornell Woodson Cornell Woodson says:

    When I first received my copy of Daliah's book I only planned to read the first two pages because I had a busy day ahead of me Well I got nothing done because I could not stop reading Her writing is filled with imagery that allows you to feel every emotion and visualize every scene I have adopted Daliah's book for my Intro to ueer Studies course and I know my students will love it Thank you Daliah for sharing your story with us Cornell F Woodson Lecturer Ithaca College Ithaca NY

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