Transgender transport officer opens up about abuse she receives at work since ...

'People look at me and say… what is that?' Transgender Sydney transport officer opens up about the abuse she receives at work after transitioning to become a woman Sydney woman Britt Millard opened up about her transition male to female Miss Millard took four years to transition and has spoken about her journey  She said some people weren't understanding at first but acceptance is growing After transitioning she said she was finally free to live life to the full  

By Adam Mccleery For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 02:23 GMT, 1 March 2019 | Updated: 02:31 GMT, 1 March 2019


A transgender transport officer says she couldn't be happier despite receiving disparaging remarks about her appearance at work. 

Britt Millard, who was born Brett, transitioned from male to female over a period of four years.

Now the 65-year-old dons colourful wigs, a blouse and a skirt when she goes to work for Sydney Trains, who she credits with allowing her the freedom to finally be herself. 

'When people look at me now when I check their Opal cards and say, "What the F is that?", I say "I've been on a journey, mate, and I'm now

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