I'm a female-born and identified partner, wife, girlfriend, squeeze, lover—you name it—of a Transman (FTM). After spending his life stuck in the wrong body, he's transitioning to become the man he has always been. This is our journey from my point of view. Right now it's anonymous so if you know us, please respect that. But we both really appreciate comments.
Just a little aside: Yesterday I went shopping. I was buying some clothing for my man (still feels awkward to say but it's starting to feel a little bit better the more I use it.) Anyhow, when he was a she, he wore men's clothes. So I always had to explain that yes – he was that she wore men's clothing but still wanted to wear men's clothing. Follow that? So this time, when the sales lady asked me about the clothing, I just used the male pronoun. And I even referred to R as my husband. It made it all so much easier. I just explained that he's not a really big guy. It felt like a hurdle. I think it might be the first time I'm simply referred to him as a key in pass. And all of a sudden I felt like an imposter Pretending to be straight and have a husband it also felt ok. R still isn't passing so this can only happen without him at the moment.