teal stocking hat - volcom (pacsun)
black printed neckerchief - gifted
geek chic glasses - target
grey heather sweatshirt - target
khaki skinny pants - krew (zumiez)
Sorry about the lack of updates, i’m enjoying my spring break, but it looks like I’m going to have to get back to work. Time to hunt down some more submissions.
I’m starting to get a little worried that I wont have enough for my project, but we’ll see!
Hi. c: I’m Katherine, for lack of better terms at this point in time I am gender queer because I feel comfortable in male clothing and with my chest bound but I can sometimes feel comfortable in dresses and such so long as they’re the right style. When I first started to realize that I was gender queer was when I started cosplaying, which is dressing up like my favorite cartoon, anime, and video game characters, and I would always choose males or very androgynous characters. Wearing male clothing has always been a default of mine because, for a female, I have a very large frame and my shoulder cause me to not be able to fit in standard womens’ clothing, unless I wear things that are over a size or two too big on me. But I am very comfortable like this, and I’m so confident and happy about myself in men’s clothing.
I want to thankyou all for these wonderful submissions. I think you all look amazing and I can’t tell you how happy I am. Please keep the submissions coming!
I’m doing a presentation on tuesday of what I’ve done so far for my project and I’ll be happy to include this blog in my discussion. Wish me luck!
Ignoring the lighting being really bad in my room, I took photos of me in a few difference outfits, two here. The short sleeve yellow hoodie has been a favorite of mine for a few years now and the PJ shirt is really great, it is fluorescent and is super comfortable at night.
This is probably my favorite picture of myself (even though I feel like I look very arrogant and conceited), but it’s the most boyish I’ve ever looked in a picture. It was the same day I cut all my hair off, which was a huge step for me and my coming out process. I come from a very small and judgmental town, so compared to what I used to look like, I’m happy I’m able to be myself and no longer care about what other people think of me. Hence the cockiness and arrogant smirk on my face. (I’m really not an arrogant asshole, though, haha) :)
My names Alex and I’m Male To Andro, I started understanding my feelings about a year ago, but I’m only starting to identify as andro this past week or so :) <3
Anyway I was wearing this hat the first time someone said I looked female asigned, I’ve hardly not worn it ever since :)
Hi, I’m Connor and I’m a transguy. “Girl” clothes are fun. I dress how I want <3