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Guest PrinceBell

Hi guys, I just want to know if I would pass as a feminine boy. I can't go on T so this my ideal face. Thanks in advance!


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Carolyn Marie

One pic doesn't tell all, but in this photo, you look pretty girly. I think if you changed your hairstyle to a shorter one, or maybe parted differently and without the bangs, it would help. Of course, more masculine clothes, or at least androgynous, would help, too.

Good luck!


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Guest CariadsCarrot

You do look female in this pic, but as Carolyn has said there are things you can change like hairstyle and clothes that could make a lot of difference. I also thing that your body position in this picture is a more feminine one so different body language could make a lot of difference too. Don't give up hope.

I'm pre T and it's taken me a while to find the right hairstyle and everything for me but if you want to check out my gallery you'll see how far I've come even without T (of course I still see way too much female in me but others say I look quite male now for pre T and I pass a reasonable amount of the time), so don't worry that you're not quite there yet.


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Guest PrinceBell

Ah, yeah it's kind of a bad picture sorry about that! I've recently started wearing more plain men's clothing and it really does help. I'm also pretty new at this so I'm still learning how to come off as more of a boy. I can't go on T because of certain side effects, and I don't mind being a bit girly because I am a very effeminate person. I'll definitely take your advice into consideration though, I need a haircut soon anyways :) Thanks so much guys.

P.S. Gabe you look great! you do pass really well now, thanks again for the support.

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Guest Rowan19

I think the face looks like it could go either way, maybe try shortening ur hairstyle a little or changinf your wardrobe around a bit?

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A hairstyle that shows your forehead will give a more masculine appearance to your face and take the emphasis off of your femininr features. You want people to look at your face as a whole and your body language rather than individula features. When you frame your face the opposite happens.

Also though girly boys can be nice, can be friendly, they don't project sweet with their attitude -the tilted head and wistful half smile make you look like a very nice person but also feminine. Look at the way guys hold their heads and stand or move. That will make a huge difference in how you are perceived. Takes awhile but it's really all a part of attitude. Even effeminate guys have different body language from girls.

The other comments are also great advise


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Guest Amelia

Wow... You make a hot girl and a hot boy. That's all I will say without sounding like a creeper :D

You're one of those lucky people that can fit whatever mold you feel like, like some sort of gender gelatin. :P

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Guest PrinceBell

Good suggestions guys I'm already starting to change my wardrobe and possibly my hairstyle soon : > and JJ I didn't realize that at all, thanks for pointing out that I need to start looking at my body behavior a lot more!

JeffyJessica - Oh thanks so much :D I don't think you're a creeper don't worry <3 I guess I am kind of lucky that I have a sort of androgynous face.

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Guest miss kindheart

Hi Prince bell

<<< hug >>>

I think your cute :D

Welcome to the Playground

:wub: vanna

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