49-year-old Don Ennis is a top editor at ABC News in New York who's been married for 17 years, and has three kids. But deep down, it's clear he was never comfortable.
Because on Friday, he showed up to work in a BLACK DRESS and a BROWN WIG, and announced he was now officially becoming a woman, getting divorced, and changing his name from Don to Dawn.
But it sounds like it's been a long time coming. Now that Don is Dawn, she posted on Facebook, quote, "This is not a game of dress-up, or make-believe . . . [it's] what I must do to be happy, in response to a soul-crushing secret that my wife and I have been dealing with for more than seven years"
According to Dawn, quote, "we both believe [this] better fits who I now am."
Dawn says she has a, quote, "unusual hormonal imbalance" that led to her developing breasts and identifying as a female.
In another sign of how far we've come as a society, her coworkers were immediately supportive. Some of them got her flowers, and the president of ABC News wrote a note in support.