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README.md

A fair, safe place to see how well you pass

/r/transpassing is great and all, but it has some flaws, mainly due to the fact that it's really not well suited to reddit. The task of seeing how well you pass is a difficult, and important to some, and /r/transpassing got the idea right: anonymous internet users are probably the most honest. However, some people don't want to publish pictures of themselves to a trans website for the world to see. Additionally, votes on /r/transpassing are based on how well you pass. This is absurd and defeats the purpose: viewers just see people who pass, who get lots of feedback, and those who don't are left behind. Yes, there is /new. But no one uses it (except me), and the first issue stands.

My answer: this (insert domain name here). This is a fair and safe place to see how well you pass. (Based off the /r/transpassing tagline.) First, how is it fair? Feedback is given to those who give feedback, not those who pass. Second, how is it safe? Pictures are transient and unassociated with the website. The picture itself it is impossible to prevent from being screenshotted. But my idea was that if there's no relationship between the image and the website, there's no real issue.

Contributing

Interested? I'd love if you reported bugs, contributed to the source, or donated to the project.