(Obviously this is a generalization. Just a trend I’ve noticed. Focusing on people who are gay or straight, not bisexual, as I’ve found the bisexual trans people to be a mix of the groups.)
Type 1: male and interested in males (so a gay man that transitions into a straight woman). Tend to be really, really feminine and sassy in that stereotypical way. They love dresses, heels, and makeup, and tend to pass better than most trans people. Can be arrogant. Like to hang in exclusive groups.
Type 2: male and interested in females (so a straight man that transitions into a lesbian). Often work in tech. Tend to be nerdy and socially awkward. The type of guy that would have had a hard time dating. Plenty of them like anime, video games, and board games. Very proud to call themselves lesbians. Authoritative.
Type 3: female and interested in males (so a straight woman that transitions into a gay man). Attention seeking. Often go for a “pretty boy” look that involves things like fitted clothing, styled short hair, and ties. For some reason, often named Aidan or Kai. Like to let people know that they are trans.
Type 4: female and interested in females (so a lesbian that transitions into a straight man). Low key. Wears loose fitting clothes and grows a beard to the best of their ability. Typically already committed to a woman before they transition. Typically exits the gay community and often goes stealth.
Type 5: female and non-binary. Very involved in social justice and extremely loud about their identity. Tend to find a way to call themselves gay regardless of sexual orientation. Expect to be allowed in women’s spaces. Treats their identity as a way to indicate that they are not girly.
Type 6: male and non-binary. Usually gay or bisexual. Typically masculine, but with a quirk that some consider feminine such as wearing nail polish. Treats their identity as a position of authority from which to make institutional changes and as a way to show allegiance to queer theory.