Just call me daddy.
That definitely may be so. I used to struggle a lot with internalised misogyny. Anything remotely conventionally feminine made me cringe and I just wanted it away from me. I started to associate masculinity with being strong, etc. But I’ve definitely undone that kinda thinking throughout the years. I am proud to be female, even if I don’t consider myself female all the time, if that even makes sense. I love everything feminine and it just makes me happy. So I’ve thankfully destroyed that kinda “ew girly things” mentality, and I’m happy about that. I just, I dunno. Sometimes it doesn’t feel quite right, and it’s not that I’m disgusted or even angry that people use female pronouns or whatnot with me, not at all. It’s just not what I’m always feeling as. It’s a very strange feeling. It doesn’t make me angry, or anything. It just makes me feel strange and out of place sometimes.
I’ve been struggling with my gender identity since I was very little, but it’s gotten especially confusing over the last few months.
As someone who fully embraces femininity, I enjoy female pronouns, but sometimes I’d just rather be referred as with gender neutral pronouns. In terms of gender expression, I’m not a typically androgynous person, and I tend to go from rather (conventionally) masculine to (conventionally) feminine, or in between, I guess. But it’s so difficult. I don’t really know what I want. Whether it’s she/her or they/their, I don’t know. It makes me wanna cry, and it makes me feel like I shouldn’t feel this way, even though I am aware that gender can be fluid and there is nothing wrong with this. This makes me so sad, for some reason. Maybe it’s because I haven’t quite gotten to understand what I really want.
I just don’t know.
The thing about horror movie situations is imma do my best to help you but if we running and you fallin or we hidin and you whimperin and sobbin, that’s it! I can’t do nothing else for you! You have made the choice to be a damsel in distress and boo this ain’t Camelot I have 0 time to die
McDonald’s has been forced to open its first ever restaurant with a turquoise coloured sign after city planners said the signature yellow sign would be too garish. Officials in Sedona, Arizona told the fast-food giant they were unable to open a restaurant with the trademark yellow logo.This is due to the city’s strict regulations which prevent buildings from ruining the picturesque view of the desert.
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