Unusually, on waking up, Lesley Jones, of Middlewich, Cheshire, who was born a woman, decides what gender he will be for that day depending on what she feels like. If she feels like he is male on that particular day, he binds his chest, wears trousers, and farts copiously over breakfast.
His boyfriend, Leslie Smith, of Hove, East Sussex, who was born a man, also decides which sex he will be on waking. If he feels like a female, she will wear a lightly-padded bra, and nag about the shower needing fixing over breakfast.
On days that both partners are female, they identify as lesbians, and on days that both are male, they are just your average gay male couple. On days where they are the opposite of their birth sexes, they say it can be quite confusing for passers-by, particularly if they are using public toilets.
Leslie commented, "Once, Lesley went into the male toilets and decided she was female halfway through a pee. He went in fine, then she ran out crying, because a man had exposed himself to her!"
On days where both are their birth sexes, they visit family and enjoy tea and biscuits with their elderly parents who have no concept of any type of sexuality except straight.
Lesley and Leslie both state that they don't want to physically change their sexes, they just want to decide each day what's going to confuse the public the most, and be accepted and recognised for their choices.