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  • Family Secrets

    Ted Prince as a toddler. "I was a happy, little boy. I just had my Tonka trucks like every little boy out there, and I played in the sandbox."<br><br> <b>Watch the full story on "Primetime: Family Secrets," TUESDAY at 10 p.m. ET. </b><p><br>
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  • Chloe Prince

    "Even [as a child], I was already very aware of society, of what was expected of a boy and what is expected of a girl," Chloe Prince, formerly known as Ted, told ABC News.
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  • Chloe Prince

    As a teenager struggling with gender identity issues, Prince often found solace in his dog, Barney, who he considered his best friend.<br>
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  • Chloe Prince

    Ted Prince and a former girlfriend, Jennifer, at their high school prom.<br>
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  • Chloe Prince

    Ted and Rene Prince. "She lived next-door to me for four years while I was living with another woman. I've always loved her red hair and green eyes."<br>
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  • Chloe Prince

    Ted and Rene quickly fell in love and married. Though things moved fast, neither questioned the instant connection. "We had a marriage within six weeks of knowing each other," said Prince.
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  • Chloe Prince

    Ted Prince, as he appeared before the transformation to Chloe.<br>
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  • Chloe Prince

    "It became to the point where I needed to start expressing myself more," Prince said. "[I started] growing my hair out. I wanted to physically align my body in appearance with how I felt inside."<br>
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  • Chloe Prince

    After being diagnosed with Klinefelter's syndrome, a condition that occurs in men who have an extra X chromosome, Prince says he began growing breasts. "I noticed that my nipple area started to be very tender, hurting, almost like there was something underneath." <br> Here, Prince is pictured with her son, Barry.<br>
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  • Chloe Prince

    "I felt different. Not so much female or male. I was my own person," Prince told ABC News. "No longer was the gender lines a binary system of just men and women, and neither did I have to commit to one side or another."
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  • Chloe Prince

    "Ted's hair regimen would have been just wash, dry it, and a little gel. That was it. Being a male, you didn't have to have a bunch of expensive hair products like curling irons and dryers. Chloe definitely appreciates those things," Prince said.<br>
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  • Chloe Prince

    Chloe Prince before breast augmentation and gender-reassignment surgery.<br>
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  • Chloe Prince

    Chloe Prince post breast augmentation, and pre gender-reassignment surgery.<br>
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  • Chloe Prince

    Chloe Prince today.
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  • Chloe Prince

    Chloe now runs a social networking site, <a href="http://www.pinkessence.com/"target="external">PinkEssence.com</a>, for the transgender community, and also has a <a href="http://chloeprince.com/"target="external">blog</a> about her personal journey.<br>
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  • Chloe Prince

    Chloe is an activist in the transgender community. In April 2009, she went to Washington, D.C., to lobby politicians for transgender equality and rights. <br>
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