and some transsexuals end up overcompensating when trying to act their assigned gender..in a drama class in high school one of the boys tried to teach another one how to make a "gay" pose.
turned out to be impossible no matter how hard he tried, because he's naturally hyper masculine in his mannerisms.
maybe the thing that they really dont feel like a guy/girl make them seam less passable, or maybe im just more critical of cisgenders than transgender people? Before I even thought of presenting female, I did a lot of thinking and observing. Those inquiries informed me in a major way about what I needed to do.
I tried to be aware of what did I look at to decide whether someone's male or female. I would've quickly been read by everyone if I hadn't done that thinking ahead of time.
I hate those types of programs and features as well.
I recall, a number of years ago, some fashion designer tried to design a skirt for men.
Frankly, he should have found a rather better model, because the guy he chose was trying to look very uncomfortable.
If the objective is for men and women to sample each other's lives, then they can do that without the cross dressing.
If the objective is to make a bunch of overweight, hairy guys, make fools of themsleves in dresses, while a bunch of over sexualised women, wearing men's clothes, have some fun, then is just stupid.i don't really think you're overthinking it.
learning the mannerisms of the opposite sex is really hard, for twenty years i tried to be a girl, and my walk is still not convincing except for when i'm wearing heels.
Understanding: Ryan, 24, pictured left in 1998 as a little girl before transitioning, and Jasmine, 18, pictured right in 2012 before her transition, explain that feel they know each other better than any other person could'The boy stuff didn't seem right': Jasmine, who is pictured in 2012 before her transition, said she always liked to play with Barbie dolls as a child and was never into the same things that other boys her age were Helping hand: Jasmine found support in her brother's wife, whom she turned to as a confidant.