Hi. I'm transgender, and have been on hormone replacement therapy for almost two years (my anniversary is Dec 19th). I planned changing my overall hormonal output and transitioning completely to womanhood since I was seventeen, started at twenty. It has been extremely hard, but the ride is worth it (even if, in my opinion, it'll never be truly over). Estrogen does so much to a body. I was already physically androgynous to begin with, but this really heightened my femininity up. I'm grateful to say I can come into any environment where no one knows me, and no one would really see me as anything other than simply a woman. Though, that doesn't diminish that I am still a part of a grossly disenfranchised group of people who need representation and to be treated equally, especially TPOC.