Created and produced by a team of trans women, the new series aims to tell, for the first time, than four words featured on the home page for the forthcoming Web series: Simply, the series aims to tell "a story about women." “These are characters struggling for their place in the world," says cocreator and costar Jen Richards.

Now, a tween, Jazz stands at a new crossroads in her brave decision to define life on her terms: boys and dating, medicine and the ultimate surgery to become fully female.

Jazz and her family speak candidly to Barbara Walters on a Special Edition of “20/20 Saturday” which aired January 19 on ABC.

Imagine a nightclub where reality shows about transgender women fill the floor, each competing for your attention with the same old tired clichés and themes.

But then, you spot a newcomer, alone at the bar, a scripted Web series that locks eyes with you, luring you away from the rest with a story that's sorely missing from the current media love affair with everything trans.

It’s a story of two couples who are just getting to know each other.

That’s it.” What those couples discover is something no other production of this magnitude or quality has done before: explore what it's like to date a transgender woman.

“ where someone is starting their transition,” Richards says.

On a Special Edition of “20/20 Saturday,” (2013) Jazz is a typical 11-year-old girl except for one thing — she was born as a boy.

From the moment she could speak, Jazz sensed that she was trapped in the wrong body and decided to dress and live as a little girl.