>>67605794>This. I myself have gone in public wearing a dress and high heels with makeup. It was fun. I won't lie. I know it's unusual for a man to do that. However, that doesn't mean my "gender identity" changes just because I did. I am still male.
Yes you are still male indeed, but what you described is "gender expression", you're free to wear dresses and makeup and still comfortably identify as male, it doesn't mean shit unless you feel uncomfortable with yourself, the mere existence of your body, so the experience you described it's not quite fit into the term "gender identity", but rather is just an extension of your gender expression you sometimes like to, well, express.
This is the reason these terms were invented after all, to try to increase the understanding of human sexuality which is not really black and white once you start to actually think about it (the "are traps gay" meme is a good example of it, even if you just like to think of it as a joke).