Sending out resumes was easy, and whether you are male or female, I recommend flats or low heels for "pounding the pavement". Then something wonderful happened -- a company I had talked to some time back had an unexpected job opening and they called me. They liked the freshly updated resume I sent them. They liked the witty job interview. They even liked the background check (which I am guessing makes no mention of Kelli). They hired me on the spot and I am in the process of changing employers (same job / more money!). All in all, it's been a very busy week.
The nice thing about my job is that it can be done equally well by either men or women, and more and more women are making inroads in the business. I normally get along well with whoever (or is it whomever?) my co-workers are, but have found it possible to slip into something of "girl talk" mode with female co-workers. For a conservative, Christian, TG, autogynephiliac, that's like icing on the cake.