Here, Delia and some close friends, including Delia's fourth wife, Penny, visit a local restaurant before attending a theater show.
The hormones and electrolysis have not completely freed Delia from all male routines, such as shaving her face.
Delia shows a photo from when she was David at 12 years old.
Delia looks through her phone while resting in bed.
According to Taradji, during Delia's initial transition, she went through many different wardrobes. She believed the transition required her to re-invent her persona and so she tried out many fashions and fashion statements.
Delia remains close with her fourth wife, who supported her through her transition.
Delia shows Penny a new dress. Penny remains a close friend and ally and has helped Delia in her transition and has helped her with decisions about hair, makeup, wardrobe and accessories.
Delia poses at the 2014 Pride Parade Festival with the Chicago Gender Society.
Part of Delia's morning routine involves taking various hormones.
Delia and her father, Gerry, go to breakfast together for Gerry's birthday. Delia and her father enjoy a very close relationship. Out of habit, Gerry continues to refer to Delia as "him" and "a great son."