I can see the point the submitter was making. People who are FAAB aren't subject to the same kind of backlash for dressing in traditionally masculine clothing as people who are MAAB and dress in traditionally female clothing. That's not to say that anyone dressing in men's clothes is exempt from gender-based discrimination, but the reaction to a "man in a dress" is not the same as a "girl in pants". To be feminine is something frowned on by a lot feminists and cissexists alike :/
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