So, my friends only know me as genderfluid. All of them are accepting and all that. But one of the girls who seemed to be fine, who even referred to me as Lee (my gender-neutral and previously preferred name), started being a bit rude. I cosplay because it makes me feel much more comfortable to be a character rather than my confused self. I was also going through an intense gender dysphoric part of my life and put on a short black wig to cover my overly long hair. Instantly, she went after me and told me I looked horrible with short hair and should go with the pink past-waist length wig. We were going out in public and I openly expressed that I felt no where near comfortable with wearing the pink wig, but she insisted I would "actually look good" with it on. Another time this happened was when I "sneakily" changed my kik display name to Luke. Once again, she almost instantly messaged me to question my actions. If I remember what she said correctly, it was stuff like, "why /Luke/?", "what...uh what are you doing?", and she repeatedly referred to me as my feminine name, completely skipping the gender neutral name she used to call me. I ended up quickly changing my name back, and it seems like my worst fear (not being accepted) was realized and abused. These were not the only occurances. I don't really know what to do. She's still my friend now, I think. She's again mad at me for the 4th time the past two months. This time it's because I don't dress as a character who makes me uncomfortable to dress as. She does none of this to any of the other people in my grade or school who identify as something outside of their biological sex. I'm not really used to my friends hating on me, so what do I do? This also may not seem like the worst thing to happen, so I'm sorry about complaining.