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Post Reply Are you mistaken for a girl or boy (androgynous) by the people around you??
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25 / Jolly ol' Blighty
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Posted 8/11/13
My word the times this happened to me, This is the whole reason I grew a beard!

It doesn't seem to always work though.
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20 / M
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When I had long hair, wore skinny jeans and used da garnier fructus, I would get the occasional honk. Then I cut my hair cause it was too embarrassing.
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22 / M / SoCal
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Posted 8/11/13
nope, I used to have pretty long hair that was nearly to my shoulders but never mistaken for a girl.
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28 / F / georgia, usa
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Posted 8/11/13
god bless kurama and all his sexiness :p
and yes i get called a boy once in a while cause of my short hair but normally its pretty hard to not realize i have boobs :p and those who don't realize it make me sad cause they have obviously never seen a womans figure lol
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Posted 9/27/13

BlatantLies wrote:

Is Kurapika a girl? The first time I watched Hunter x Hunter I easily assumed he was a guy... until he started talking. Then I thought "Oh, That's clearly a girl- wait, why does everyone in the show keep calling her a boy?". I've been burned before, so I stopped guessing until there was some kind of confirmation. Also, that's an awesome pic.



He is a boy. He is mistakenly a girl in Hunter X hunter just like Kurama. They had a feminine resemblance like the way they moves, gentle, pretty boy and always in silent mood, :)

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Posted 9/27/13

kirika202 wrote:

I'm a tomboy already but I've never been mistaken as a boy...as far as I know...I know I look like a guy in my avatar and that's why I chose it. (btw, I'm straight)

Androgynous people are hot...




The second photo.. i like his eyes and lips more like feminine. The first photo she really LOOK a man. LOL
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22 / F / Johnstown, PA, USA
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Posted 9/27/13 , edited 9/27/13
Sometimes. It depends on what I'm wearing, the environment, and whether or not I'm employing my "Jurassic Park" walk. My face is rather masculine and I'm more solidly built than most women my size, which creates some confusion. My usual lack of makeup or me wearing very little doesn't help, since makeup is a good visual clue. I occasionally have a gender-neutral stance, especially when I'm hiking, which magnifies the effect of my looks. Also, my clothing and shoes tend to delve into "neutral," and it doesn't help that I'm usually very quiet around strangers. My hair isn't very masculine in length, but I prefer to only brush my hair, so my hairstyle is apparently fairly common among guys who grow out their hair. Once I open my mouth, however, is extremely obvious that I'm female.
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20 / M / Existence.
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Posted 9/27/13
Nope. I usually have a very thick beard, so no misconceptions about that. Even without the thick beard I have a shadow. No traps here.
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22 / F / Parts Unknown
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Posted 9/27/13
I wish. Despite cutting my hair short, having a more muscular build, and dressing like a bro (minus the sperrys and flat billed cap) my features are way too feminine for me to pass myself off as a guy.
Posted 9/27/13
Not at all, I very much look like a man and I am one. Which saddens me sometimes.
Posted 9/27/13
I have short hair....But big boobs.

So, no.
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25 / M / Dallas, Texas
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Posted 9/27/13
I was mistaken for a woman once. I was at work and a customer only saw me from the back initially, and called me "ma'am". My hair is/was almost shoulder length, is straight but also naturally does this slight curl at the bottom; which does give it a somewhat 'feminine' look, my build is a bit lanky which probably doesn't help, so that doesn't bother me. The only thing that I was odd about the incident was, I turned around and answered the question. I didn't bother to correct them, because I assumed after seeing my naturally stern looking face complete with mustache and goatee (which I have to have, otherwise I'd just look threatening unfortunately), they would have corrected themselves (also it would have been bad Customer Service on my part). They didn't. So a manager and myself just kinda chuckled about it a few minutes later.
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20 / M / Canada, MB
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Posted 9/27/13
I have long curly hair, and i usually wear it in a pony tail that reaches just past my shoulders. I was once mistaken for a girl when pulling up to the window of a drive through, although it was not completely direct, another worker other then the one serving me just mentioned to the worker "You forgot to give her a straw".

After this event i was emotionally disgruntled and went home to reclaim my manliness by watching episode after episode of HeMan and the masters of the universe. haha
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47 / F / Center of the Uni...
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Posted 9/27/13
I get mistaken for a guy all the time now.

Probably has something to do with being one until I was 40.
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21 / M / Parish, NY
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Posted 9/27/13
I was mistaken for a girl when I was about 5. I had really long, REALLY BLINDING platinum blonde hair that would make you snowblind if the sun shined on it right. After that, I buzzcut my hair and have been wearing it military style ever since.
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