Gender Questioning

Exploring Gender: Dressing in Male Clothing

Hey, guys!

Today I wanted to share my experience about yesterday’s gender journey. For the first time ever, I wore all male clothing (a plaid shirt, dress pants, and sneakers). 

The first thing I want to share is the mental shift I had. It was as if the time passed, and you know, I also felt more like a male as the time passed. It was rather interesting. I even forgot my birth name, or rather, it didn’t feel natural. My voice shifted to a lower tone, and that shocked me. 

Then there were the reactions. 

My mom didn’t like my shirt because it was too baggy around the sleeves. She had no idea it was a men’s shirt. However, she didn’t ask me to change. That was a shocker. And then my grandmother found my shirt to be nice. She’s more supportive, but blindly supportive. And the best part was while I was at work. People didn’t say much of anything. It made me feel powerful. 

The next gender journey I’ll have is tomorrow. I’m taking my extensions out today, and… I’m getting my hair cut to a boy’s length. I’m calling it “going natural” because it sounds more stealthy than what my true intentions are. Don’t worry; I’ll share pictures with you and see what happens. 

I shall talk to you next time! 

Peace, love, and good vibes! Hope you have a nice day/night!  

Gender Questioning · Vegan

In the Beginning…

Hello, all! 

I go by Hazel, and you can call me Haze for short. I’m learning how to be myself, and that means exploring gender and such. I’m also going to be sharing my hair journey with you guys, so expect a lot of selfies. 

This is me currently. I have faux locs in, but to be honest, I’m going to get the Big Chop. For those of you that don’t know what that is, it’s a haircut that’ll take away all of the relaxed hair and leave you with natural hair. I’m scared, but excited. 

This may not be the only journey I might take. I may become mostly vegan and work out and such. I’ll blog about my school journey. Basically, I’ll share my life with you, and I hope I’m interesting enough. (This is the part where you say that it’s okay, that I’m interesting.) 

I would love to be a professional blogger one day. Consider this as practice. 

Anyways, I’m going to end this post right here. Peace, love, and good vibes everywhere, guys!