Trans people of Reddit, what was the biggest “culture shock” you noticed after transitioning to your gender?

Trans people of Reddit, what was the biggest “culture shock” you noticed after transitioning to your gender?

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  1. As a “passing” almost fully transitioned male, ive been told to suck up my mental problems A LOT more (and by that i mean even more then a lot) then when i looked like a female

  2. Men don’t click the same way women do, the atmosphere is much colder if that makes sense. More distanced.

    I don’t mind it, but i think it’s something to be mindful off.

    Also explains why men are more likely to off themselves, i think, just have a good cry on your homies’ shoulder every once in a while, ya know what im sayin?

  3. How fucking toxic female friendships can get like as a guy I knew girls got into more squabbles than boys did because my sister talked about fights she had from school, but I didn’t know it got THIS BAD

  4. There weren’t any for me. The differences are very minor, usually coming down to people being nicer to me for whatever reason, or the few people who can’t look at me/look at me with visible disgust, but even those people are polite to me.

    I’m male to female, not really passing at all. I believe I come off as androgynous male, but it’s not like I can know what others think.

  5. Summary of what are you going to find here:

    People that didn’t know how toxic can be woman’s relationships

    People complaining about men being feminine

    A debate of what is masculinity

    (I would edit this if I find more)

  6. People arnt as progressive as i thought im a trans girl my mum wont let me have makup till im 15 and my 11year old cisgender sister can. Also how may people wanna know what is in your pants aka what your bits look like and hw many people feel entitled to know.

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