"Living with Lisa" BBC Radio 3 counties . Health show Host Nana Akua starts 8pm December
Lee, formally Lisa, didn't have the best start in life. Immediately plunged into a broken home, Lisa drifted into a life of despair, drugs, abuse, crime, and imprisonment. Terrified of sharing the truth about her identity with the world
— she could only date girls by pretending to be lesbian. Forming meaningful relationships was near impossible. Lee had always known, since the age of five, that he was in the wrong body.
When we met Lee, we knew immediately that his story had
to be told. Gender Dysphoria is still relatively unknown, and many of those who suffer with it do so in silence. Now is the time for change to happen, to make a difference, and allow for this little-known condition to come to the forefront and become part
of the mainstream agenda.
The programme intends to uncover all the mysteries of this condition, from the psychology to the physiology, through to the mechanics of how to transform the human body from female to male. It's an arduous and brutal journey
— a journey a lot of people go through on their own.
To add a bit of a twist to this already incredible story, it was during my transtion / transformation that I received messages as well as having paranormal experiences such as angels, and
extraterrestrial. It was while gravitating towards the proverbial light that Lee had a spritual awakening, the story is in unison with spirituality and can be seen as having an impact on several levels. Lee is known as an 'Indigo Child Indigo Children are
an upgraded blueprint of humanity. Gifted souls, on a clear mission, to challenge and shift reality. Beyond psychic awareness, they are highly driven and creative with a perception that sees through the established norms of
Gender Dysmorphia and the Alien visitations connected? What is Lee's mission, is he being guided by a paranormal presence? We aim to explore these questions and find out more about Lee's encounters throughout the documentary. Whilst being interviewed BBC 3
radio Lee will be talking about some of these experiences, with some important messages.