I'm a pre-hrt mtf tranny… and recently out of the blue I started "passing". I have no idea; every stranger, cashier, hobo asking me for money, just everyone that don't know me calls me "ma'am". I live in an Eastern European country and I don't think it's because they know I'm trans and just want to be nice… well, I'm in a total boymode. My face is kinda feminine though and I have long hair… and that's all. I'm fucking 6' tall BTW.
Obviously that makes me really happy, and I don't want this to end. It's just amazing, but I don't know if I'm just living in delusion. Also I must say it's just like a week it has been happening… before I was mostly called "sir" everywhere. I won't go out in a dress at this point, but I'm acting kinda more feminine recently and it seems to work? What to do to not hear "sir" again?
I'll be getting hrt like in a year because gatekeeping.
Thanks. I'll just try to be more androgynous and cautiously assume people think I'm a girl. This whole "passing-streak" absolutely cured me of all the doubts like "what if I'm just a faggot".
Although i definitely have masculine features, i've been called "dude that looks like a chick" several times even tho i have short hair and i'm pre hrt. Also i live in eastern Europe aswell, anon.
High five :3. Do you know what clothes can I wear in this situation? Women's t-shirts? Skinny jeans?
I mean something that isn't obviously only for women but would make me look more feminine.
This happens to me a lot too and it's awesome. Even when I'm in boy mode people will correct themselves like one time this guy came up to.my girlfriend, me and a friend of ours and said something innocuous like 'what's up guys' and then apologize to my girlfriend and I for calling us guys. He refer to me as a beautiful lady and it was lowkey really cool.
Girl t-shirts are so cute and more varied than guy t-shirts. I dress like a dude since i am not into cross dressing and plan on start wearing girl clothes once i start passing completely. Skinny jeans and hoodies are common for girls who don't really care about their appearance here so you can go with that.
I have like a claret-red hoodie and it's my favourite hoodie that gives me +10 to passing. But all my jeans are really baggy and I think I should get some more skinny ones… I'm shy to buy them at a shop though.
Skinny jeans are popular among boys as well. Go with a friend or something and try some jeans on. I'm sure you'll like it and never feel embarrassment about owning them once you wear them for the first time.
I know that feel, anon. I was so scared and nervous first time buying girl clothes, my whole body was shaking. The more I shopped, the easier it became to do.
But I tell you, nobody actually cares who you are and what do you want to buy.
So just do it lol
Dunno, someone in high school once told me to go to a doctor to have male hormones prescribed because I have gynecomastia and I "act like a girl".
Yeah, men's hrt is exactly the thing i need...
well there you go - brows plays pretty big role in how your face looks and you already have low testosterone/high estrogen for a boy, congrats
no, it's direct result of estrogen, which can be caused by hormonal imbalance or aromatization of excess testosterone into estro (this is what happens when you roid and dont use aromatase blocker)
Similar happened to me OP, although I was on HRT, just was in a redneck town and wanted to hide it until I could move.
>Sitting on bus
>Wearing jeans, shirt, floppy hoodie
>Dude sits beside me
>Starts chatting to me
>People never talk to me out of the blue
>He tells a joke and I laugh, he says I have a pretty smile
>Oh he must be gay
>He tells me that I have a deep laugh for a girl
>He flirts with me until my stop and I run off
Then it kept happening so I gave up on boymode altogether at three months.
transgenderism isn't a thing
good luck trying to get a psychologist with the balls to tell you that in 2016 though
>hurr we looked at the issue for like a year and came up with some sketchy "evidence" it's a thing