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Last Updated: September 22, References. To create this article, 14 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time. This article has been viewed , times. Learn more This is for all you females who want to come across as a man. Whether it's because you feel within your soul that you were not supposed to be a woman, or you just want to experiment or have some fun. Start following these steps from one below. Log in Social does not work in incognito and private browsers.
Before buying all these new clothes though be sure that they fit correctly and don't stick to your curves. Keep your undergarments in mind when choosing your male outfit s. Perhaps you can purchase some male boxers - they make your bum look flatter and less prominent. Hide your chest. There are several options for this:  X Research source Option 1 - Wear baggy upper half clothing, or layer your upper body in tight to loose clothing. The of layers of either tight or loose tops depends on your preference and how well your bust is hidden.
Wear a sports bra or swimming suit top that doesn't emphasize the breasts. The sports bra or swimming top should be fairly tight but comfortable, enough to hide your breasts under clothing Wear compression shirts you can get compression pants too. These are just tight fitting t-shirts that support your breasts as well as compressing them, but do not bind with bandages, as they can be very harmful. Move around after binding to check for comfort; if you are not comfortable, loosen the binding.
No matter what breast size you are, however, binding may not be for you as it is rumored to cause long term damage to the back. WARNING: You have to be incredibly careful with binding, if done with elastic bandages it can cause tumors in the breasts and extreme lung problems that could result in death. Only bind if you know what you're doing, and are using safe materials.
Mimic male behaviour. Watch other men—your brothers, cousins, friends, and note the details of their behaviour. This ranges from how they speak, where they put their hands, to how they show excitement. For example, work on sloppier posture. Men don't commonly sit with their knees together or their hands in their lap. Practice walking with a bit of a slouch, not too much though or you won't fool any one! Also try sitting with your legs widespread and your arms out.
Don't be afraid to be a little boisterous or clumsy - not all men are ballet dancers. Make your hair more masculine. You can use make up in a costume style to emphasize male features. If you have short hair already, don't worry about keeping it too tidy, however don't neglect it and let it become greasy and off putting. If your hair is long and you want to follow this through you might want to either consider getting a shorter hair cut, or tie your hair in a low ponytail at the base of your neck.
A wig with short hair can also be used. Use make up to appear more masculine. If you wish to create the illusion of facial hair, you can apply eyelash glue to your cheek, chin, or upper lips and then press small pieces of crepe wool, or a similar material, to the glued area. You could make a habit of carrying a bag with you - blame it on how small girl pockets are. Put the cross-clothes in your bag when no one's looking. Then, when you get to wherever you're going, just run to the nearest bathroom or hiding spot and change clothes. Yes No. Not Helpful 5 Helpful If they find out, tell them that boy clothes are more comfortable and you feel less restrained wearing them.
If they ask you if you're gay, just tell them you're not. Not Helpful 2 Helpful Pull your hair up in a low bun, but don't make it any higher than the bony nub on the back of your skull and keep it a little messy. You can also wear caps and other men's hats and tuck your hair up into those.
Then you will probably respond with natural, human emotions which are valid and important. Sometimes crossdressing can be hard, sometimes you get found out, sometimes you get hurt emotionally or physically. It's definitely a risk. Other times, you find that people are accepting, or that they just don't care, or don't say anything.
It's kind of a coin toss. You can't control what other people will do, or how they will react to you. Maybe gauge the type of people you plan to crossdress around before doing so do they seem like they would react nicely? Then plan and act accordingly. Prepare for any scenario. Not Helpful 3 Helpful Of course you don't. Use eyebrow pencils and mimic the hair already on your face with light strokes to make them look bigger. Not Helpful 1 Helpful Get a sports bra that's just a tad too small.
Some larger shirts can help masking their appearance, too. A lot of it depends on the clothing you wear. Yes, you can use makeup to make your eyebrows look heavier and even add stubble to your face using eyeliner or eyeshadow. Seriously consider a proper binder. T-kingdom makes great ones. You'll be surprised how well they work. I know a "girl" who has large, D-sized breasts, and it hides hers perfectly. Not Helpful 7 Helpful You can easily overlap clothing and tuck in your hair. If this is uncomfortable, you can let it flow. With the right make-up, you might just appear like a guy with longer hair.
Not Helpful 4 Helpful It depends on what you are comfortable with. You could try a unisex name, like Chris or Robin. You can also just go by a nickname. If you do change your name, be patient with your friends and your family. It may take them a little time to get your new name right, but if you stick with it, they'll get there eventually too.
Don't be afraid to try out new things - you don't have to play to your personality strengths, if you want to be a new man and re-invent yourself, get out there are go for it! Helpful 2 Not Helpful 0. If you consider yourself to be transgender and want to make a smooth transition from female to male, either try looking for some more articles on here or use your Google searching skills.
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