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Despite being branded an "ugly gay" by trolls, Mike's family and colleagues have been supportive.'When I told my parents they were cool with it and my Nan said, "Do what you've got to do",' he said.'My colleagues knew I was gay already and when I showed them they couldn't believe it was me but they said I looked good as a woman.' He added: 'I think some people would be shocked, but I just think if I can make money out of this and enjoy it at the same time, then why not?
The rest of the space was given over to market stalls (You may see some of Swindon Makerspace in the vids).
'I looked in the mirror and thought, "Beyonce is in the room."'I felt different, I looked better and no one judged me for it.Wiltshire Police, councils and other partner agencies work together to deal with crime and anti-social behaviour in your community.Below are some of the day-to-day issues we deal with or take calls about, along with details, where appropriate, of who best to contact if not Wiltshire Police.'I'm basically being paid to sit there and talk,' Mike said.'If people want to pay me that much for cross-dressing and I can make this sort of money then I'm going to do it.'Mike described how he was 'reluctant' to try cross-dressing at first.