Question: How can I be butch in my body?

Charlotte asks…

I am a curvy woman. I have huge boobs (which I wish I didn’t have at all) and huge hips and a shapely body.

My whole life I’ve never wanted to present feminine. I feel like I only suit women’s clothes, but I hate myself in them. They just feel like they don’t belong to me. It freaks me out if people say they would consider me femme.

I haven’t presented butch since I was a child and I don’t know how to make my gender presentation feelings fit with my adult body. I work in an office and I need to look presentable. How do I do this? Please help me!

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Posted by on July 7th, 2016 at 08:00 am

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2 Responses to “Question: How can I be butch in my body?”

  1. Ryan

    How about starting with a pair of slakes/khakis and a bottom up shirt? You could try the mens department, but if you have trouble finding things that fit, there is a decent amount of androgynous women’s clothing.


  2. EntwinedWhisps

    Hmmm… loose clothes, short hair, if you’re going butch try some bodybuilding! Nothing like real muscle to quelle the femme. Men’s clothing should be easy enough to fit, its very basic sizing and pretty basic shaping!


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