I know that it's probably better in the long run if I fully identify as male, as transexuals making the switch to female are higly discriminated against by almost everyone. God knows what my family would think.
In regard to this, I'd suggest that what you want to do for yourself is not focus, right now, on what others might think or how others might treat you if you outwardly presented or identified yourself in certain ways to them. After all, all of that comes after you just sort through how you're experiencing yourself in regard to gender, and how you want to identify yourself only TO yourself.
The good news is that we can do that without involving anyone else at all, so we don't have to worry about others when we're just in the process of figuring ourselves out FOR ourselves, only.
Should it come to pass that now or later you feel like the gender identity that's yours is one that is going to open you up to kinds of oppression or discrimination your assigned sex doesn't, or the way you want to present your gender might not be accepted by people important to you, like family, then by all means, you can deal with that then and make decisions about all of that then. But for now, there's no need to let all of those maybes get in the way of you just having your own open-ended process that's just about and for you, and doesn't have to involve anyone you don't want to include or don't feel totally safe including.