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As a mtf, B4 going full-time,has anyone ever asked you if you are a trans-woman?

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ChrissyRyan:
If you are mtf, and before going full-time, has anyone ever asked you if you are a trans-woman, or if you “want to become a woman”?  (Other than a professional associated with your transition, such as a gender therapist or a medical professional.)

What did you say?  Did you answer truthfully (yes) or did you decide to not disclose to that particular person at that particular time your true mtf status?

Chrissy

Kirsteneklund7:

--- Quote from: ChrissyRyan on January 23, 2019, 11:08:59 pm ---If you are mtf, and before going full-time, has anyone ever asked you if you are a trans-woman, or if you “want to become a woman”?  (Other than a professional associated with your transition, such as a gender therapist or a medical professional.)

What did you say?  Did you answer truthfully (yes) or did you decide to not disclose to that particular person at that particular time your true mtf status?

Chrissy

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At work an observant female colleague noticed I had tinted eyebrows & eyelashes, breasts and some redness from facial hair removal.
 She asked what was going on.

  I said I dress as a woman in my spare time.

 She said do you prefer men?

 I said no I prefer women.

 She asked if I wanted to be a woman.

 I said yes.

 She asked me my name.

 I said Kirsten.

 She said it was a pretty name.

 I said thank you.

 I was literally shaking as I said all this.

And that was that. I was out to her.

 Kirsten x.

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soyunachica:
Before coming out I was asked several times if I was gay and a few if I was trans once or twice. I only half lied about the gay part, the trans part lied right threw my teeth and regretted it years onward. Although I slowly would pick up on what made me seem "gay" or effeminate, and attempted to completely erase it from my gestures and mannerisms, and was rarely asked after turning 18.

Dropping hints and talking about LGBT in a really natural way with people who are visible and proud may out me as something... eventually. My gestures are slowly returning to their natural state too. (Context: I'm currently going through a job training that focuses on practicing pulling authentic sharing out of clients)

GingerVicki:
Yes. I've also been accused of being FtM.

Allison S:
Before hrt? I've been asked what my gender identity is.  I was leaning towards more androgynous appearance, but testosterone isn't easy to work with.. At least it wasn't for me.

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