My fingers are long and thin. My knuckles are not big or misshapen from manly manual labor.
Moreover, my index fingers are longer than my ring fingers.
In most women, the index and ring finger are roughly equal in length or the index finger is just a bit longer. But in most men, the ring finger is longer. That's a result of fetal exposure to testosterone (or lack thereof).
In 2006, the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry in Munich performed a study comparing the index and ring fingers of 63 male-to-female transsexuals with 65 female and 58 male control subjects. The study found that the index and ring fingers of male-to-female transsexuals were more likely to match the control females than the control males.
In other words, in male-to-female transsexuals as in cisgender women, the index and ring finger are roughly equal in length or the index finger is just a bit longer.
We were born that way.
Wearing Donna Karen.
Actor Peter Barton femulating with big hair on television’s Sunset Beach in 1998.