Femto is short for female to female transgender. If you're like most cisgender men, you probably don't know much about it. This is a gender identity that doesn't fit into the standard binary genders androgyny or trans, but instead, is something different. In other words, it's a different way of being. Femto is about more than gender and it's also about being comfortable with yourself and the things you want to do with your life. For instance, when people think of a femto, they think about a female to female transgender and that's what they want to become, and they think that's all they need to do. I think femto people also want to feel supported and accepted by their peers, and to feel like they can be as feminine as they want to be, even if they don't fit the gender norms of society. A femto person might choose to use feminine pronouns (i.e. they/them, he/him/his, she/her) or to take their own name as a woman (Mia or Miaw). I have a lot of experience with these kinds of things, but this is just what I know.
Femto's insecurities and fears are just one aspect of their struggle. The problem of being a femto is not all insecurities and fears, however.