Helen Harris doesn't wear makeup or feminine jewelry. She mostly dresses in men's tailored suits and men's shoes. She's gender nonconforming and identifies as a woman. And, she says, that's nobody's business.
Which is why in late 2015, when she started taking hormones to become more masculine looking, she did it quietly.
Harris, 37, is a systems engineer who worked at Dell, selling technology to major companies and helping them set it up.