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When juvenile prison and the army failed to “straighten” her out, Britt Millard signed up to Sydney Trains and it was all-change. “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 me, I’m free’,” said transgender Transport Officer Britt, 65. Britt, who was born Brett, said after taking almost four years to transition, she feels she holds the ticket to a brighter future.

Britt Millard Sydney Photo Shoot
FEBRUARY 28, 2019: SYDNEY, NSW. Transport officer...
By Justin Lloyd
28 February, 2019
Britt Millard Sydney Photo Shoot
FEBRUARY 28, 2019: SYDNEY, NSW. Transport officer...
By Justin Lloyd
28 February, 2019
Britt Millard Sydney Photo Shoot
FEBRUARY 28, 2019: SYDNEY, NSW. Transport officer...
By Justin Lloyd
28 February, 2019
Britt Millard Sydney Photo Shoot
FEBRUARY 28, 2019: SYDNEY, NSW. (L-R) Carmen Tu,...
By Justin Lloyd
28 February, 2019
Britt Millard Sydney Photo Shoot
FEBRUARY 28, 2019: SYDNEY, NSW. Transport officer...
By Justin Lloyd
28 February, 2019
Britt Millard Sydney Photo Shoot
FEBRUARY 28, 2019: SYDNEY, NSW. (L-R) Carmen Tu,...
By Justin Lloyd
28 February, 2019
Britt Millard Sydney Photo Shoot
FEBRUARY 28, 2019: SYDNEY, NSW. Transport officer...
By Justin Lloyd
28 February, 2019
Britt Millard Sydney Photo Shoot
FEBRUARY 28, 2019: SYDNEY, NSW. Transport officer...
By Justin Lloyd
28 February, 2019
Britt Millard Sydney Photo Shoot
FEBRUARY 28, 2019: SYDNEY, NSW. Transport officer...
By Justin Lloyd
28 February, 2019
Britt Millard Sydney Photo Shoot
FEBRUARY 28, 2019: SYDNEY, NSW. Transport officer...
By Justin Lloyd
28 February, 2019
Britt Millard Sydney Photo Shoot
FEBRUARY 28, 2019: SYDNEY, NSW. Transport officer...
By Justin Lloyd
28 February, 2019
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