So I was talking to a friend yesterday, and I ended up wondering how you let people know what gender you are each day (if you are not the gender you were assigned at birth at that time)... With that friend I don't feel weird just telling them, but I wondered how some of you combat letting people know that you are male brained today if you are AFAB or female brained if you are AMAB, or another gender different than your assigned gender at birth. Is it just about pronouns for you and letting them know to use a different set of pronouns? or for you does it not matter? Do you just do it for close friends or family? or not bother with it? Also do you feel like your mannerisms change when you are a different gender? like how you sit or how you walk? Do you think this changed after you realized you were switching genders or before you came to the knowledge that you were not cis-gender? Sometimes I notice when I am male my mannerisms do change. Having noticed these things makes me wonder what others who identify with multiple genders that fluctuate experience.