Originally Posted by Marge
I was actually wondering about this for those people whose gender identity is not what people consider "normal." "I have this friend" who ... is a guy but identifies as a women. Is it okay to dress in whatever feels right or would I have to wear what I'm expected to wear?
You wear what's expected, because someone might ding you for it. That attitude is inappropriate, but exists.
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