Reply To: Hiding Breast Growth at Work

Liz K

Update on this old thread.

It’s been almost 2 years since I started HRT.  My face is more feminine.  I have curves that didn’t exist 2 years ago.  My breasts are a large A/small B….and it appears they’re having a growth spurt of late.  The girls have become difficult to hide.  No-show sports bras proved to be the best solution when worn under a loose-fitting top.

Then there are the mental & emotional changes.  One sentiment commonly expressed by trans people is you get sick of hiding.  I’ve been there for the better part of a year.  I’m out to almost everyone that knows me outside of work.  The few friends and family that don’t know will soon.  And I made the decision to come out at work.  I started with the front office.  As expected, I have their full support.  Next step is coming out to my immediate boss.  I expect that will go well.  Then I’ll step into the minefield of dealing with my narrow-minded staff.  We’ll see what happens.

My general manager surprised me with her responses when I came out.  I never doubted her support.  But I didn’t know she’s an ally of the LGBTQ community.  She said I can thank her daughter for that.    More notably, I didn’t expect the forceful way she expressed zero tolerance for any insubordination, disrespect, or ghosting from my crew.  She insisted that I report anything inappropriate directly to her.  When I told her I was concerned they would quit if push came to shove, she said was she will deal with that possibility in a way that makes them think twice.  The woman is a force to be reckoned with.

The next few months should be interesting.


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