You don't have a sense of your own gender, as part of your identity? I think most people do. It doesn't necessarily have to do with dressing a certain way or wearing makeup, but it can involve that.
This is probably the best way I could answer you, Ari, it isn't something I know how to qualify, I've known for as far back as I can remember, so it's hard for me to explain. I'll give it some more thought and get back to you on that though.
"since I was outed as a transgender woman earlier this month."
No need to explain. You should rephrase "outted" cuz that usually refers to something derogatory. In this day and age nothing surprises anyone anymore. At least one of my old co-workers is definitely a gay another most likely. They're actually quite normal and very hard working. Before I may have been uncomfortable due to lack of maturity, but now it's just the way the world is. I'll tell you what confuses me more is why there are flotation devices under plane seats instead of parachutes?
So if that's who you are good then it is what it is. I don't think anybody is going to treat you any differently here.
btw: What dj program do you use. Ableton live and Serato...
Duly noted, I'll change the wording
That's a great question about the airplane seats, given that hitting the water from that altitude is like hitting a wall of concrete anyways.
I use Serato for my gigs and I bounce between VDJ and Serato for mixing new tunes now, I changed it up recently.
... I'm uh.. not really quite sure what you're actually asking here...