For example, people don't want to get on the wrong side of me and I will meet prolonged stupid glares with a penetrating nasty stare that usually takes care of things; that or a disparaging smirk. It doesn't matter that it doesn't happen very often but I am ready nevertheless. I don't care whether people think I am a tall woman or am transitioning or a man in a dress; rude is rude regardless. This happens to anyone in society who doesn't quite fit in some fashion. It also happens to women (trans or cis) with creepy eyed men.
Today I am an extremely confident person and that has helped me to put my best foot forward in feeling comfortable with myself as a woman in public which is why I blend in better than ever. Blending isn't always about passing. It is being yourself with your head held high and not giving a hoot about the opinion of others.
So get your attitude going and whether you are a newly transitioned transgender woman or someone who ventures out crossdressed on a regular basis in the real world, the same principle applies. We have a right to be out and about and happy in our skins.
So you go girl!