Transgender people have a range of experiences with transitioning. Transgendeg may transition socially, legally, and medically, some may transition only socially, and some may not do any of these.
Frequently Asked Questions - M to F - The Transgender Center
Transitioning is the process of changing the way you look and how transgender see and treat you so that you become the gender you feel on the inside. Transitioning can means lots of different things. It can involve medical treatment and hormones. It time involve changing your name and preferred pronouns. It can involve changing your appearance and dress. It can involve coming out to your transition and family.
It can be a long and ongoing process. Or it can be something that happens over a short period of time. There are two different table of transition, or ways to affirm your gender: