Gee… You are really pretty. It must be because you came out young.
For one thing that is sort of reversing cause and effect. But not every one who comes out young is pretty.
But lets go back to those of us who were in 1960s trannie argot “natural beauty wonders”.
When people talk about the restroom issues they always assume those issues are about the “man in a dress” using the women’s room.
But for a lot of transkids the issue was not being able to use the men’s room without fear of being attacked, beaten up or arrested on the assumption we were in there trolling for sex. Using the men’s room invariably meant getting hit on.
For some of us our appearence marked us as teen queens even as pre-teens and subjected us to “gay bashings” from an early age.
We were often driven from school by bullying and never performed up to our potential. We were often throwaway kids.
Being pretty and looking like girls without trying was often more a reason for coming out young than a result of coming out young.
I used to say, “I’m not gender confused, I cause gender confusion.”
People didn’t know how to react.
It was easier for me to be a girl than for me to be a boy.