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328 pages, Hardcover
First published April 7, 2015
... Love isn't a choice. You fall for the person, not their chromosomes.
“Love isn’t a choice. You fall for the person, not their chromosomes.”
Maybe Shakespeare was preaching that it shouldn't matter if you were a man or a woman. But what if you were something in between ?
The next day, the world was the same. Nothing about me had changed, really. Yet everything was different.
That was when I realized that life was a multiple-choice test with two answers: Male or Female. And I was None of the Above.
Why aren't we real women- because we don't have uteruses? What about women who have hysterectomies? Or mastectomies?
The biggest difference between boys and girls is how people treat them- what color parents think their children should wear, what kind of activities they sign their kids up in for kindergarten.
Screw that gender essentialism bullshit. Men have as much of a right to care about clothes as women. Girls can like sports and cars and guns too. So why does it even matter if you identify as a girl, a boy, or as neither ?