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DeeAnn Hopings
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Registered On: November 10, 2019
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Interesting story. What it says is that people respond to what they think they see, even if there are significant visual clues otherwise.

I identify as transgender and non-binary. 80% to 90% of the time when I leave my house I am completely dressed: full makeup, jewelry, mini skort or shorts or a dress, significant boobs, mid-heels, small leather backpack and a hat (rarely wear a wig). If it is daytime, add oversized sunglasses. I have been misgendered and 10 feet later been addressed correctly. For some it seems important to some that they have to decide what gender you are and clearly it isn’t based on presentation. I confess that I don’t know what’s at work here. Mostly I don’t respond, but every not and them I do. Sort of a “last straw” kind of thing. I gently corrected a young woman working the cash register at a restaurant last year. She was so undone that she had to add my bill at least 3 times before she got it right. Sometimes you just have to do what you have to do…

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