What is right for me

I am still getting used being seen as a woman by other women and I don't take that lightly. In fact I feel honored and my relationship with these different women which varies in closeness and frequency of overlap, has opened up a window into my own sense of self.

As someone who denied themselves femininity and only indulged it in spurts in the past, I nevertheless strive today to not be a caricature but rather have incorporated my male traits into my daily life as Joanna.

Women are varied in character and also lie on their own spectrum between masculine and female and I have seen the same phenomenon played out within the trans community. Finding your own comfort zone is what it's all about which is why I don't worry about how I am being perceived.

It just has to feel right for me.


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