Pascal Dumont Photojournaliste
Transgender Russians Sing — and Beat — the Blues
"My life from 2007 to 2010" says the writing over a photo of Vika before she decided to change her appearance. She dressed as a women at home for six years before doing it in public in 2010.
A man at the supermarket stares at Vika.
"I just bought these new high heels," Vika says proudly.
Vika showing her passport where we can read "Мужчина" — Male. She is planning to request a new passport, after she has the operation.
Vika takes three hormone pills everyday. Treatment costs 600 rubles ($9) a month.
Vika showing a photo of her wife and son in Novosibirsk.
Vika walking in her neighborhood in northern Moscow.
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