Bombshell trans woman freezes sperm so she can be a dad

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A blonde bombshell transgender woman had her sperm frozen before her jaw-dropping transformation – so she can become a dad in the next ten years.

Lea Membrey, visited a sperm bank three times before she began taking female hormones, so she can father biological babies one day.

The 20-year-old stunner, from Auckland, New Zealand, began transitioning in July 2015 after feeling “disconnected” from her male body for most of her life.

Lea Membrey froze her eggs so she can be a dad in ten years time

A blonde bombshell transgender woman had her sperm frozen before her jaw-dropping transformation – so she can become a dad in the next ten years. Photo: Caters News

And blonde beauty Lea has spent tens of thousands of dollars on her new female body including getting breast implants, lip fillers, botox injections and laser hair removal.

“I had to bank the sperm before I started intensive hormone treatments because once you begin that your male organs eventually stop working altogether,” she said.

“Now, nearly two years after I started the hormones, my testosterone is undetectable – I’m at the same level as a biological woman.”

Lea does intend to have full gender reassignment surgery in future but said it was more important to her now to change her outside appearance, so society views her as female.

Her next step is to ‘soften’ her face by having her jaw and brow bone surgically shaved.

Lea Membrey intends to have full gender reassignment surgery

Lea does intend to have full gender reassignment surgery in future but said it was more important to her now to change her outside appearance, so society views her as female. Photo: Caters News

“Getting a boob job about a year ago was an absolutely amazing experience,” she said.

“I do see myself getting the full surgery but that’s not a priority for me right now.

Lea suffered bullying and abuse throughout her school years for being gay – a label she accepted but never truly embraced.

But meeting ‘gorgeous’ transgender women altered her perceptions about transgender people and was the catalyst that propelled her to see a doctor to discuss hormone therapy.

“At a party, I just couldn’t believe it when one of these drop-dead gorgeous girls told me that she used to be male,” she said.

“That totally blew my mind and it was such a defining moment for me.


“I never thought a trans woman could look that good. I thought, ‘oh my god. This is who I am meant to be. This is what I want’.

“It certainly wasn’t an instant decision. All these thoughts kept running through my mind like ‘am I feminine enough?’ or ‘am I really transgender?’.

Lea Membrey is now happier than ever

Lea said she is now happier than ever after starting her transition more than two years ago and said she ‘can’t believe’ she suffered for so long before she realised who she truly was. Photo: Caters News

“The longer I waited the harder it would be because I would just look more and more masculine as time went on and the more difficult it would be to be able to look like a woman.

“It was now or never – so I just went for it and I haven’t looked back.”

Lea said she is now happier than ever after starting her transition more than two years ago and said she ‘can’t believe’ she suffered for so long before she realised who she truly was.

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