Ironically my post on having writer's block produced several very wonderful responses. The responses followed up on what should be a re-occurring theme. No matter how hard you try to assimilate yourself as the authentic gender of your choice of more importance is being yourself. Many times I have written how important it was to me to be accepted by other cis women during my transgender transition.
All this time I have concentrated on confidence being your number one asset when you enter the world but being yourself could be more important. This first comment comes from Jamie Aileen through The Medium writers platform:
" Learning to be a woman is so much more difficult when you are 70. But first, I want me to be just me!"
The second comes from Medium also from Logan Silkwood who is a transman and naturally approaches the subject from a different angle: