Gotcha. Yes, the fat distribution on the face makes a big difference and is reversible.Facial changes are due to fat, not bone. Most, if not all, of the fat in a person’s face will return to its former position after ceasing short-term testosterone just as body fat will (just like an MTF troon will have a softer features while on estrogen). The amount of time it takes to return to its former position will vary from person to person, and will depend on whether or not their hormones remain out of whack after ceasing (some people need help from an endocrinologist to get right again). “Past the point of any return to femininity” is pretty bold.
I only know about short term abuse though. Let me put it this way: I took great pains to not write the former post in a power level style, if you catch my drift. You’d never guess in a million years.
I appreciate the info and you definitely have more knowledge than me. The fact that trans community tries to eat alive detranstioners who speak about it means few examples to go on. Also if someone has successfully detranstioned I can’t imagine they want to publicly rehash it and just want live their life with no one the wiser if they don’t tell them.
I was assuming, from her appearance, that Cyrus had been on T for close to or over a year. The is just such a marked difference between the early “trans” photo of her compared to the latest. The first reads female with butch style, the second reads a male to me but that’s due to the facial hair and change in fat distribution.
I probably don’t think of breasts/ mastectomies as a huge read because I always look at people’s faces, not bodies. But Men on the other hand tend to look at bodies first.