Hi Holly, You are probably starting to get to know me quite well with my answers to all your poll questions (oh, and thanks for being such a prolific pollster).
So I’m in a place right now where I don’t see myself transforming into a woman. I’m pretty much a woman 24/7. Being retired is a Godsend not having to worry about work and such. Also having my own long hair (past my bra strap) is fabulous. As well, I don’t have an Adam’s apple, I have a small bone structure, I’m not too tall nor heavy, have very little body hair (except on the top of my head). While my friends still recognize me as a man (who just dresses a bit strange), most strangers see me as female. I’m often referred to by female pronouns when I’m in stores (and that’s without any makeup).
But I don’t get to dress entirely the way I’d like to. I’d prefer to wear skirts and dresses but my wife is quite clear on the boundaries that she accepts – I can’t appear more feminine than her so that means I’m mostly in femme skinny jeans (most CIS gals in my community wear jeans or leggings). As I’m typing, I look down at my clothing and I’m 100% in female attire that is acceptable to my wife; and that’s important. thanks for asking, Hugs, Krista🐶