William McKee, a 38-year-old software engineer and a father of 5-year-old kid, had been living a normal life until he started to take pills against hair loss.
McKee claims that baldness treatment had minimal effect on hair growth. Instead, the man’s chest began to soften until it turned into noticeable ‘breasts,’ his hips became wider, the shoulders rounded and eventually McKee began feeling like a woman. Now William goes by the name ‘Mandi,’ wears wigs and tight dresses and is only attracted to men. Mandi blames her change on drugs but can’t file a lawsuit to the company that owns the brand because she was using the generic version of the pills from Indian manufacturer.