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  1. nakedthoughts

    “Trans women feel that enforcement more keenly than most, I think. We’re sometimes held to an impossible standard relative to cis women in order to even be accepted as women”

    I’m a cis woman, and I completely agree. I can be butch, and people may take offense, but I am still read as a woman. I don’t have to expertly mimic patriarchal standards out of fear that people will call me by my wrong gender.

    Being butch and cis is not terribly accepted, but I can only imagine what it would be like to be butch and trans.

  2. Christianne Benedict

    Yeah. I can’t imagine how hard it would be to claim a butch identity and still hold onto the female identity I currently project. I wish it were enough to assert the identity and be done with it, but our civilization demands an image and a performance. The normative standards of gender performance are ruthless, aren’t they?