The singer-songwriter came out as trans in October

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Teddy Geiger is opening up about her transition.

On Tuesday, the singer-songwriter took to Twitter to tells fans she is using female pronouns and that she’s keeping the name she was given at birth.

“A lot of u guys are asking. She/her pronouns are perfect,” Geiger, 29, wrote, also adding: “And… yes I am still Teddy.”

In October, the musician — who has written hits for Shawn Mendes and One Direction — came out as transgender, revealing she had begun transitioning earlier this fall.

“Love it or hate this is who i have been for a looooong time,” she wrote in an emotional Instagram at the time.

Since revealing her transition, Geiger has flaunted grown-out hair, painted nails and newly pierced ears on social media. And earlier this month, she revealed she’s begun hormone replacement therapy.

“Today I started HRT. The journey continues,” Geiger captioned a Nov. 9 selfie. “Thank you for all of your support and love … it feels good to have great friends. I am very grateful.”

Geiger — who was once reportedly dated Emma Stone — was discovered on VH1’s 2004 reality competition In Search of the Partridge Family and went on to tour with Hilary Duff and release the 2006 album Underage Thinking, which included the Top 40 single “For You I Will (Confidence).”