She told WaPo that she was encouraged to speak up loudly and often when she was a woman, but now that she looks like and identifies as a man, she gets accused of “mansplaining,” “taking up too much space” or “asserting my white male heterosexual privilege,” by outspoken feminists like her former self.

“I now factor men into my thinking and feeling about situations,” Keig said, explaining that she had not thought about what men might like, how they think or what they enjoy about life before transitioning.