Posted by on January 2, 2021 3:00 pm
Originally From: Queerty

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As a Reddit user recently observed, gay guys often feel pressured to present as masculine while in the closet, but once they’re out, they let their authentic selves shine through and present more femininely. But this Redditor experienced the exact opposite.

“I’ve become more masculine, even more so than when I was in the closet,” he wrote in his post. “Has this happened to anyone else on this [subreddit], where they feel like their ‘feminine’ side was actually less authentic than their masculine one?”

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Commenters responded with a range of experiences. One said that he started acting more feminine after he came out — to try to fit in with his friends

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