I have replaced a lot of my everyday clothes with items that are androgynous or female but not overtly. As an example, all of my hiking shorts and tops are women’s. On cooler days, I wear women’s leggings. My sneakers are also women’s too. I know that they are female clothes so it makes me feel better and on close inspection I would image that others can see it too, but I feel I can get away with it when in the dreaded male mode.
- This reply was modified 1 month ago by Lauren Russell.