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They’re often not recognized as trans, which means they can be less vulnerable to obvious transphobia.

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Other trans men say they’ve heard male co-workers sexualize female colleagues when no women are present.

“There’s some crude humor, some crass humor,” says Cameron Combs, an IT consultant in Olympia, Washington.

In one previous job, he heard his boss call female colleagues “old cows” and refer to a middle-aged job applicant as “Dame Edna” after she’d left an interview.

“Evidently men say things like that to each other all the time,” he says.

“It’s a little less censored, the jokes I hear, the comments.” Some trans men have noticed the professional benefits of maleness.

James Gardner is a newscaster in Victoria, Canada, who had been reading the news as Sheila Gardner for almost three decades before he transitioned at 54.

Over and over again, men who were raised and socialized as female described all the ways they were treated differently as soon as the world perceived them as male.

They gained professional respect, but lost intimacy. From courtrooms to playgrounds to prisons to train stations, at work and at home, with friends and alone, trans men reiterated how fundamentally different it is to experience the world as a man.

From , from Janet Mock to Caitlyn Jenner, America has a growing fascination with the lives of transgender people, most recently in light of recent debates over controversial bathroom laws.

But the spotlight on trans issues has mostly been focused on transgender women, and transgender men have been largely left out of the narrative.

He says he’s heard male colleagues do “appraisals” of women in the office or observe how female co-workers used their “womanly wiles” to rise up the ladder, conversations he says he never would have heard when he was a woman.

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