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When artist Coco Layne was interviewing for a job that would require her to look “conservative,” she realized how slight changes in her gender presentation affected how people treated her.

Artist Documents Her Experience Dressing more Feminene For Her Workplace

When artist Coco Layne was interviewing for a job that would require her to look “conservative,” she realized how slight changes in her gender presentation affected how people treated her.

Artist Documents Her Experience Dressing more Feminene For Her Workplace

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