That also helps him pass for a female easier. I know when I (or most guys) were that age, we had smaller bone structure, but he has feminine features as well. I bet he'll grow up a bit and be more of a pretty boy. Not as convincing as a female. Look at Sebastian Bach. He kind of looked feminine once, but not anymore.
I wasn't denigrating him. Most of the other posters apparently sees a stunningly beautiful woman. But I see a boy in makeup in most of the frames. I find the differences in perception to be curious.
I made the comment "what a cutie", but I don't know that I necessary find the person highly physically attractive as a woman. I agree that there's a little ways to go before s/he becomes completely fluid in transition. It's more about the way s/he dresses and carries him/herself. S/he's got a youthful sweetness to her/him, a depth in her/his eyes, and a lovely smile - and a little young awkwardness to boot. It's a sort of fuzzy aesthetic, I guess. That sort of nascent adolescent attractiveness... interesting to see it carried across a boundary.