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Did you ever have physical clues?

Discussion in 'Gender Identity and Expression' started by Butterfly6, Sep 13, 2020.

  1. Butterfly6

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    I'm just wondering if anyone saw physical aspects on themselves that pointed to being the opposite gender or not quite the gender you were born as?

    I'm born female but there sometimes I honestly feel like I look like a man. My physical features are not as "soft" as my other female friends.

    You can definitely tell I'm a woman and if I wear makeup I look more female but when I look in the mirror I feel like I look more gender neutral naturally.

    Almost like being gender queer is obvious in my physical appearance....sorry if this sounds confusing. Just wondering if anyone can relate
     
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    Well, my voice has always been at a higher register. To the point where this was how most calls happened:
    Caller: “Hi I’m calling for (deadname)”
    Me: speaking.
    C:I’m sorry I’m looking for (deadname) could you get him for me.
    Me: that’s who you’re talking to.

    Before I became affected by testosterone, my form did have slight curve to it.
     
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    Aha. There is an awful lot of it. I would say that I have quite mixed physical appearance. I just used not to pass, because I have an hourglass figure.
     
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    I have enough physical/medical clues to suspect DSD (difference/disorder of sex development, intersex) though no diagnosis.
     
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    Yeah, I have a diagnosis of my testosterone being high. (PCOS specifically) I even have a facial hair and ambiguous genitalia.
     
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    I always have had chubby cheeks and a baby-face. It always made me look more “ softer ”. Because of it, i could “ pass “ as female with only makeup.

    A very good advantage now that i am transgender. I don’t need face surgery at all!
     
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    I've always had a very obviously masculine appearance. The only thing really nonmasculine or gender-neutral about my appearance would be my lack of a visible adam's apple and a fairly soft jaw and chin. My friend says I have slender, feminine wrists, so maybe that's something?
     
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    I get excited when family or strangers say I "look" nonbinary or like a boy