Bull Dyke In A China Shop

It’s no accident that the more “male” I look, the more comfortable I get with “female” aspects of myself. Even if I’m cruising dudes I still don’t even know how “male” is supposed to feel. I know how “female” is supposed to feel in that I was raise with a “female” set of assumptions and constraints. I was taught and therefore I learned what was expected of me growing up and how I was expected to conduct myself as an adult.

I only have an outsider’s view of the “male” constraints and assumptions. I’ll always have an outsider’s view. It’s a weird sort of social gymnastics, to lumber about this crowded china shop with horns I cannot feel.

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