Wednesday, October 20, 2010
I'd rather say i discovered my gender after a considerable age, since i was not even close to being similar to the women i was born amongst. I loved being a woman but not typically feminine...i had very few of the characteristics that make up for a gender that i felt i belonged to only physically! i kept weaving a gender definition for myself, only to feel disappointed by the fact that i don't quite match my approbation. But then i grew up and learnt that there is much more to a woman than what i have grown up knowing. So, as a prolific amalgamation of a few a rooted feminine traits and a handful of incongruent ones, i discovered, I'm certainly not submissive, polite, petite, fragile or obedient, yet i'm very proudly a WOMAN.