OK so yes I AM 6'3....so if you are looking down and I come up to your cosmetics counter at the department store, you might possibly assume I am a man because all you see in your peripheral vision is a tall looming figure, ...its happened before and I don't begrudge you the mistake.
The only way you would STILL mistake me for a man is if you were functionally blind, or had an advanced case of Alzheimers....but if that were the case you probably would be unable to dress yourself....so you likely would not be working at a department store in the first place.....but I digress....
Now if you work for the American Red Cross and you've called me up and asked me to come donate blood during my holiday vacation, and I am sitting beside you and you've looked up my information on your computer, you do not ask me "It says here you are a female, is that correct?"
Believe me, this is not the way to win friends and influence people.....or blood donors
Future customer of the plasma center