A man who lives as a woman is called a transgender woman. Transgender women are people who were assigned male at birth but identify as female. They may or may not choose to undergo medical transition, which can include hormone therapy and/or surgery.

There are many reasons why a man might choose to live as a woman. Some transgender women feel that they were born in the wrong body and that living as a woman is the only way to be truly themselves. Others may feel that they are more comfortable in a female social role. Still others may face discrimination or violence if they live as men.
No matter the reason, transgender women are valid and deserve to be treated with respect. They are women, just like any other woman.

Here are some resources that you may find helpful:
⦁ The Trevor Project: https://www.thetrevorproject.org/
⦁ Trans Lifeline: https://www.translifeline.org/
⦁ World Professional Association for Transgender Health: https://www.wpath.org/
You can also find more information and resources on the websites of local transgender organizations.

If a man wishes to live as a woman, they may be exploring their gender identity and considering transitioning to live authentically.

Here are some steps that someone assigned male at birth (AMAB) might take when living as a woman:
⦁ Self-exploration: Take time to understand and explore your gender identity. Reflect on your feelings, emotions, and experiences related to your gender. Consider seeking support from a mental health professional who specializes in gender identity.
⦁ Seek support: Connect with support groups, LGBTQ+ organizations, or transgender community centers that can provide guidance, resources, and a supportive community. Engaging with others who have similar experiences can be beneficial.
⦁ Social transition: Living as a woman may involve making changes in various aspects of your life, including:
a. Coming out: Share your gender identity with trusted friends, family members, and colleagues. This can be a gradual process and may require different levels of disclosure depending on your comfort and circumstances.
b. Name and pronouns: Choose a name that aligns with your gender identity and ask others to use the appropriate pronouns (she/her). Legal name change procedures may vary depending on your jurisdiction.
c. Appearance: Experiment with clothing, hairstyles, and makeup that reflect your gender identity. Develop a personal style that makes you feel comfortable and confident.
⦁ Medical transition (optional): Some individuals may choose to undergo medical interventions as part of their transition. This can include hormone replacement therapy (HRT) and various surgical procedures, such as breast augmentation or genital reconstruction surgery (vaginoplasty). Consult with a qualified healthcare professional, such as an endocrinologist or a gender specialist, to discuss the available options and potential risks and benefits.
⦁ Legal considerations: Research the legal requirements in your jurisdiction regarding changing your name, gender marker, and updating official identification documents to reflect your gender identity.