Remember DCG’s post on Crystal Warren, a UK woman who blames her parents for her promiscuity — for having “slept with” more than a thousand men?
At the time, I expressed some incredulity that so many men could have sexual intercourse with a woman so ugly, that if you put her head over a man’s body, you’d see how masculine she looks. Little did I know I had stumbled onto the truth.
Crystal Warren is actually Christopher Snowden, a man.
The UK’s Daily Mail reports, Feb. 3, 2012, that appearing on the TV show “This Morning,” 42-year-old Warren made the startling confession that she used to be a man. She was born Christopher Snowden and changed gender in 2005.
Warren told The Sun that even when she was young she felt as though she was a female trapped in a boy’s body – a condition known as gender dysphoria. Her parents realised from a young age – and her dad even bought her a skirt for her fourth birthday.
As a teenager, Christopher Snowden would stay at home to try on his mother’s clothes, when his parents were out of the house: “One day when I was 14 I was at the swimming pool with my mum and feeling very depressed and she just told me, ‘Don’t worry, I know what’s going on. You’re not gay — you’re just not in the right body’.”
Eventually, in 2002 Snowden began having hormone and laser treatment to remove body hair and develop a 38B bust. He underwent counselling before finally having full gender reassignment surgery seven years ago.
After the operation, it was issued with a Gender Recognition Certificate, which allowed it to legally change its birth certificate to reflect its new name and sex.
Even before the operation, Christopher Snowden would sleep with men, but it now says it has bedded most of its lovers since it made the decision to become
“I first had sex when I was 17 or 18. I didn’t feel it was right because I was in a man’s body. But I was at the age when you want to experiment sexually and it was the only way I could. All the men I had sex with knew I was born male, though, until after my surgery.
I’m scared there will be a lot of angry men out there reading this but I have to tell the truth. A lot of people will think I’ve lied to those I’ve had sex with. But I don’t feel I have because I’m a woman and my past is all behind me. I don’t want any man I’ve ever been with to doubt his sexuality now because of this. They didn’t know they were sleeping with somebody like me.
I’m now just like any other girl who wants to enjoy my life after many years without the right body. Now I’ve got the body I want to use it all the time. I slept with a hell of a lot of men before my operation but once I had the body I’d always wanted my sex drive went crazy.””
Most of the men it met were in gay bars and clubs because that was where it felt “most comfortable”. It admits sleeping with a different man every night was “brilliant”, but says it wasn’t as simple as being gay.
It admits that three months after the surgery it had sex with ten different men at a swingers’ party. But it says it doesn’t feel bad about not revealing its past because its secret was little different to the men she slept with who “may have been married or had a girlfriend or been to prison.”
It told the Sun: “I no longer refer to myself as a post-op transsexual because I needed to put that label behind me to move on. I haven’t come as far as I have to be reminded all the time. Having this secret has held me back in the past but now it’s out I feel I can take on the world. I think about sex all day.”
Christopher Snowden/Crystal Warren blames its “sex addiction” on witnessing the breakdown of its parents’ marriage when it was five and has admitted to sleeping with as many as seven men in a day, and with several men at the same time. With such a high number in just one day, it confessed it was difficult to fit it all in, and would sleep with a man in the morning, one at lunch and then as many as possible in the evening.
It picks up the men in pubs or even at the shops. It said it has been unable to keep a job as a result of its constant need for sex, feeling moody and frustrated when it does not have enough sex:
“I’d go on the prowl for men on my lunch breaks. If I didn’t manage to have sex I’d be unproductive all afternoon. If I go without for a few days I start to feel desperately low, depressed and lack energy. I know I’m a sex addict, but I can’t face getting professional help. Sex is the only thing that makes me feel good about myself. I guess when the men start saying no, I’ll stop having sex. I know some people must think I’m a terrible person, but believe me I’m not proud of myself.”
It says people assumes it is a slut but it insists the addiction means it is out of its control. It also claims it has always practiced safe sex.
I bet there are many men — more than a thousand — who are just thrilled with this news.