I'm genderfluid and bigender(he/him, she/her), and I've only ever been referred to as she/her (I'm AFAB), and while I know this is probably partly because I'm not really completely out-ish, (I am with my sexual orientation(pan), but I haven't really come out and said I'm genderfluid/bigender to anyone, just been sort of obvious about it), I think it's also sort of my gender expression. For instance sometimes I'll feel like a guy in girl intended clothes, and so while I know I'm currently male, the rest of the world is probably thinking I'm a girl or something. I have short hair, but not short-short, it falls down just barely touching the tops of my shoulders, but I'm not sure I'll cut it much shorter. Does anyone have any tips on how to express more masculine. At least enough for people to stare at me and have no idea on what my gender is. Also, I don't usually wear pants, and often wear tank tops, vests, and sweaters.