Thoughts on Sex and Gender.


The path is open to break free of culturally constructed norms.

Where I live, women were not legally able to vote until 1940.

That’s less than 75 years.

That reality is, let’s face it, completely unfathomable. As in, it’s so far outside of my realm of experience that I’m unable to even begin to wrap my head around it. That someone would tell me I’m not legally allowed to vote, or that I was not a “person” according to the law, is no longer an explicit feature of Western society.

It is implicit, though. It is slyly slipped into my subtle fear of walking home alone at night or in the demeaning way women are depicted in advertisements, especially in relation to male model counterparts

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I like cats, music, ocean waves and the Divine.

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