Describe your everyday presentation.

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Describe your everyday presentation.

Kaleb Kaleb
I'm curious as to how you guys dress daily, and whether you present as your true gender all the time. Does your style affect your passing? What measures do you take to pass?
05/28/2012
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vitriolicvertigo vitriolicvertigo
I'm genderqueer, so my presentation varies day-to-day. Some days I'll bind, pack, and wear boys clothes head to toe. Other days I'll not bind or pack and wear a dress, heels, and makeup. But most of the time I'm somewhere in between. I'll wear a skirt and bind or pack and wear a cardigan and heels. I can always pass for female, sometimes for androgynous, and very, very rarely for male. But I do my best.
05/29/2012
butts butts
I ALWAYS present as male, I'd feel absolutely horrible presenting as female even for a short time. My clothes entirely depend on how I feel that day, sometimes they're really androg clothes, which I prefer but I don't pass as well in them.
05/29/2012
canislytherin canislytherin
Being FtM I dress a lot in boy clothes (though I always have) If I wore female clothing I wouldn't pass at all especially since I haven't gotten top surgery yet.
05/29/2012
Ly-Ra Ly-Ra
I dress as male as best as I can every day, but most of the time I'm just too lazy to bind. I'll just wear sweatshirts and tight sports bras even though it doesn't do much. On some days I'll and successfully pass, but normally I'm just too tired/lazy to care enough to put effort into how I look.
05/29/2012
sodapin sodapin
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Originally posted by Kaleb
I'm curious as to how you guys dress daily, and whether you present as your true gender all the time. Does your style affect your passing? What measures do you take to pass?
I'm a guy of trans experience, but I've pretty much always worn male clothes (mostly layered with a hoodie or a button-down shirt and jeans for the bottoms). I used to get teased a lot in elementary/high school, but in university people don't really say much (I'm now on T so it would look "weirder" if I wore feminine clothes now anyway). At stores, I had once been in the men's section and had one of the employees point me towards the women's section....which I had found kind of odd seeing as at that time, despite not being on T, I had passed a fair amount of the time. Also, I've had some awkward changing room experiences, but really they haven't affected me much, which is evident because I had completely forgotten about these experiences until it was brought up here.
06/07/2012
Phosphorous Tick Phosphorous Tick
I do what I can to present myself as male- HOWEVER
my family hates my clothing choice. I'm always begged to dress more feminine so I own a lot of female clothing and I hate it.
Most days I wear dressy clothes- white collared shirt, tie dress pants
I always wear dress pants regardless because it makes me feel like I'm at least trying even if I have to wear feminine clothes.
My uniform is androgenous and all in male sizes- which makes me feel better about going to work
06/07/2012
britanny0620 britanny0620
Quote:
Originally posted by vitriolicvertigo
I'm genderqueer, so my presentation varies day-to-day. Some days I'll bind, pack, and wear boys clothes head to toe. Other days I'll not bind or pack and wear a dress, heels, and makeup. But most of the time I'm somewhere in between. ...
...This, exactly this.
06/07/2012
Theresa99 Theresa99
I find I am very androgynous (well least thats what friends say) but mostly due to family life and them not knowing I am a transmale (no surgery yet or T sadly) I hardly ever bind which makes me acculy depressed at times while binding and packing makes me feel just....I don't know, wonderful is the word that comes to mind,but even so I always wear men clothing, never make up or dresses or anything like that,disgust me personally.

Only times I do tend to bind or pack is when I know I will be out with my friends who accept me for who I am inside,so that includes going to movies or just a simple bonfire hell sometimes they have even helped me put the binder on for better support (I find being a C cup even with a binder on they threaten to want to come out the bottom since mine isnt very long so I can eat and breath fine)

Sorry for rant I never really get to talk about this, also I ain't on here alot so if want to email its PsychoSuccubus99@yahoo .com < ya haten it now lol sorry to be so weird
06/07/2012
radioboy radioboy
I live full time as male, and I present myself as such. I don't go out unless I'm bound, just because I can't deal with what's on my chest. I don't pack yet, but that's because I haven't quite gotten the look down right with socks, and living with parents makes it kind of awkward to get a packer.
06/16/2012
thisisadeletedaccount thisisadeletedaccount
I'm genderqueer, and I joke that my presentation is "soft butch by day, hard femme by night," which lately has been fairly accurate. I have short, scruffy hair and generally am happiest in unisex t-shirts and jeans or cargo shorts with a flannel over it all if it's cold, but for big events, parties, and gigs with my street band I like fishnets, leather boots, bustiers, brightly colored blouses, and skirts that fluff or twirl in dramatic ways.
06/17/2012
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