So far my 30s have been about embracing stuff I missed out on in my teens and early 20s because I thought it was “too girly” and “cliché.” Turns out wearing pink, listening to pop and doing facemasks is just fun.
Gender clichés are toxic. Yet somehow the loudest voices on the topic seem to be bio-essentialist (i.e. "girls just don't like technical stuff, but love pink ponies") and self-proclaimed abolitionists. The truth seems to be in the murky, grey, fuzzy, nonbinary middle, and if I had one wish, it would be society not shaming people anymore for who they are, what they like, who they love.
Also I like your facial expression in that mud thing. Looks strangely comfy. 🤔
(The mud thing looks strangely comfy. Your expression seems more like "just you dare and say something". 😁)
@laura for me it is figuring out health, because you know "i am too young for this"
@laura its safe to have fun ;-)
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