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I came out to my wife about ten years ago and seance then most of our family and friends. I go to support groups and whenever anything easel is going on with the LGBTQ community, I use she/her as pronouns. My wife asked me what are your pronouns and I told her it depends where my head is at. Sometimes I feel like I am in guy mode but I like being a she/her. I am a trade person I go to work in jeans and a sweatshirt every day my hair is long and my ears are pieced and I still feel like a woman. I look forward to the end of every work day just so I can be me and I don’t feel like a them / they. I fought and denied this feeling most of my life and felt I have lived a lie it was not me lying it was what everyone else wanted. My son called me a tough old man the other day at work I told him sometimes you got to do what you got to do to get by. My son knows all about me and is proud of me but he also has fear. I have worked with some tough women in the trades and I am one
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