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By Eternal_Babyface - / Sunday 8 November 2015 17:14 / United States
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By  Jenniesaurus  |  14

To all the commenters telling him to 'get over it'; if someone called you a woman/man constantly and used he/she to refer to you when you know you are the opposite, you're going to get a bit pissed off, aren't you? Keep your chin up, OP. They'll come around eventually.

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By  Glassdragons  |  15

Butch lesbian, thats a new one. How about you just get a decent haircut?

By  Tomedn  |  16

It'll be okay. Go for a new style maybe?

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  Brandi_Faith  |  33

This is horrible advice. Of course he wants people to know what gender he is. And there are often a lot of things we don't like about ourselves that we can't physically change (or at least don't have money too). Op, I'm sorry you're not being recognized as a guy. Maybe you could trying growing some facial hair or scruff, or try a different style of clothes maybe? I hope things work out!

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  Metalslipp  |  15

#33, excuse me, but telling someone to try and be confident in themselves and not care about what other people think is horrible advice? Oh please, sit down. If all someone cares about is how they look, then their life is pretty dull and dependent on others.

By  Cads1  |  24

Well, hit on all of girls at your work and prove that you are a lesbian

By  Jenniesaurus  |  14

To all the commenters telling him to 'get over it'; if someone called you a woman/man constantly and used he/she to refer to you when you know you are the opposite, you're going to get a bit pissed off, aren't you? Keep your chin up, OP. They'll come around eventually.

By  Le_ponderer  |  14

Maybe change your hairstyle OP; to a distinctly male do that cannot be confused for a lady's. Also try putting on a tie if you work in a corporate setting or an irrefutable masculine casual outfit; if not. This changes your outward appearance as well as your colleagues perception of you.

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  Estrangement  |  25

There is no "distinctly male hairstyle". Guys can have long hair just as girls can have short. I, a guy, have long hair (decently longer now than you will see in one of my pictures). It's easy to tell I'm a guy, if you aren't blind. He can have whatever fucking hairstyle he wants. I have long hair because it looks ridiculous headbanging with short hair and I look kind of.. awkward (with short hair). My best friends have extremely long hair - lot longer than mine - and they have the masculinity that you would not find in a woman. tl;dr Hairstyle doesn't mean shit.

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  Cian_1  |  28

It still isn't very nice when people confuse your genders, used to happen to me when I was younger and I hated it. Was so glad when I started growing facial hair, which luckily for me, was when I was pretty young! :D

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  Tripartita  |  44

Although I agree in theory, #10, it clearly isn't working out in practice. If the OP was comfortable with how he looks, this story wouldn't be on FML—it'd be jokingly told to his mates.

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