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How was I read as female?

by BecomingLuke on March 27, 2014   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


I'm nearly bald, my chest is bound and wasn't at all noticeable, I was dressed "male" and I thought I was passing fine, until I left and heard one of the employees tell her boss "You should hire her."
The more that I get called Luke and he/him at home and basically everywhere, the weirder it is to be misgendered and hear my birth name.
One day, I'll be able to pass without thinking twice, hopefully that day will come soon.

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