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Dating in the winter months might not seem as attractive as dating in summer, but trust me …you can have a lot of fun dating at any time of the year! There’s no denying that it’s an unattractive time of year.She said: "I was scared of getting rejected and then something happened and it just changed me and I decided that I needed to be more open and I am happy now."Trust in yourself, believe in yourself because there will be sometimes where it will just be yourself to get through when your family and friends aren't there."Jeremy also read out a heart-warming statement from Matt and Allysa's mum.It read: "When Allysa was 23, she started gender reassignment surgery and I was scared she'd wake up and regret it or, even worse, years down the line realise she'd made a mistake."It wasn't until I saw her wearing women's clothes that I realised this is who she was meant to be."Matt and Allysa have both had physical and verbal abuse due to homophobic attacks."I love both my son and daughter with all my heart regardless of who and what they are, and I think the world should learn to do the same."Read more: Huge rum festival heading to Exeter - here's what you can expect After the show viewers at home took to social media to compliment Allysa on how beautiful she looked.

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Exeter has been selected as an official hub for The National Festival of LGBT History.

Events across Exeter in February 2017 will showcase the diverse histories of LGBTQ people.

The main festival event will be a free, one-day programme of talks on Sunday 12 February 2017 at the Exeter Phoenix Arts Centre.

Activists, academics, historians, campaigners, authors and curators will discuss diverse topics, including how lives of LGBTQ people in Exeter have been transformed by community action and the changing LGBTQ history of Bristol.

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