I can't begin to tell you the amount of pure terror I felt when I began to open the closet and venture into the world as a cross dresser.
Most assume it would be a natural reaction to the radical idea of turning your gender world upside down.
When I saw one of the pictures of Eddie Redmayne who stars as transgender woman Danish artist, Einer Wegener.in the upcoming movie "The Danish Girl."
Two things stood out. The first of course Redmayne presents as a convincing woman but more pressing- was how "frail" he looked.
Then it occurred to me, what may have scared me more than presentation fears were as I went out and began stripping myself of what I call the security of male privilege. There was no doubt I had it with my size and how I carried myself. I also found out quickly how much my life would change as I transitioned.
Most certainly, gender privilege is a slippery slope. Some see a "privilege" as the opposite. I don't know though how anyone can argue most men enjoy more security in society. The picture of Eddie Redmayne just reinforces my point.
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