I don’t dress like a boy. I dress like a girl. I dress like a human. My clothes are mostly unisex but I buy things in the girls section. I wear stuff that fits my feminine figure. I’ve never been mistaken for a boy because I don’t look, talk, or act “like a boy”. I personally identify as a queer girl / lesbian / whatever you wanna call it. Gender is a social construction. Human beings don’t have to be male vs female. I support everyone across the whole spectrum. Also, talking about my T&A is offensive. Cool!I don’t understand your whole argument that people aren’t a gender…Girls have XX chormosomes and Boys have XY chromosomes. There’s a gene on the Y chromosome that causes a person to be a male. It’s not a social construction, it’s a scientific fact.
Very funny, smart guy. I’m not an idiot. I took science in middle school. I know about XX and XY. I know that male and female sexes exist, but gender is different. The separation is not simply one or the other. People don’t have to be blue or pink, pants or dresses, sports or ballet, short hair or long hair, career or motherhood, sneakers or heels, bearded or make-upped, aggressive or passive, etc etc. Hopefully you get my point. Perhaps you fit into the socially constructed gender norms of “masculine” and “feminine”, “boy” or “girl”, but I believe (as well as millions and millions of others) that not everyone does, and not everyone has to, no matter which set of chromosomes you have. Which is why it’s perfectly normal that although I have a set of XX chromosomes, I can do whatever the fuck I want.allisonweiss responded 7 hours ago via Spring