THEY WILL BUILD MONUMENTS IN HONOR OF MY MODESTY.
FACT: Genderfluid people can change their appearance at will, but only on the inside.FICTION
I struggled with balancing my gender fluidity with my physical appearance for a long time.
Not much is more miserable than constantly being uncomfortable in your own skin.
Overtime, I’ve discovered little ways to alter my physical appearance at will, daily if need be.
I’m quite good at balancing my physical appearance with my gender identity.
I am gender fluid.
However, the sad part about this struggle is that its created by todays binary social norm.
The REAL FACT is that gender stereotypes shouldn’t exist!
In fact, I will even go as far as saying gender labels shouldn’t exist!
Gender labels are a mistake!
I should be able to just be myself, wear what I think is cute and express my personality how I see fit, without pressure from anyone to act a certain way or dress a certain way based upon a label I have given or someone else has placed on my gender identity.
Gender identity should be irrelevant.
There would be no struggle for gender equality, if gender simply didn’t exist.
What is so wrong with the idea of a world where people are just people.
Where there are no “boys” and no “girls” … just people.
Imagine a world where your body, your mannerisms & personalities are all uniquely your own without having to be marginalized by gender identity and then rudely enforced by a marginalized social mainstream.
Elliot, I respect you but this is kind of a sarcastic post. Earlier, they posted that genderfluid people have retractable claws. It’s just a fun thing they do to make themselves feel good by giving mythical misinformation that makes them feel stronger, like superheroes.
It’s still good to hear about your own personal experiences, though.
when i was 8 i drew this comic about two girls kissing and my mom was out raged and i thought it was because my art wasn’t good enough so i kept trying to draw girls kissing and she sent me to therapy and my therapist tried explaining homosexuality to me and i didn’t even know what that had to do with my art skills