As a child, it wasn’t really easy to be a girl.I didn’t want it because it was exhausting to always behave decently, to be loved and to do what you were told.
In my youth, I had no physical or mental willingness to assume that I had to bleed monthly.It was always a torment, a non-ending spasm, unnecessary nausea, permanent fatigue, pimples everywhere etc…
I generally felt like I was losing out because I was a girl, so I’m worth less than others, even though no one ever said that.It was more of a subliminal thought, something that was gurgling around in my subconscious and burdening me for time.
Until I slowly understood what it means to be a woman:
- Assuming I’m awoman.
Not to be judged on this. And not to compare me (especially not with men).
(To all feminists: This does not mean that women cannot be as successful, famously rich, or powerful as men, but simply that they can achieve it in a different way and not take men as an example.)
The objective is to compensate.
I only know for myself what is right for me. (That, in turn, does not mean that one should ignore the opinions of others; one should not always follow it.)
for their own children while they are still young)
Neither other women nor other men.
Wishes on the other hand, I can and should expressdirectly.
But we women never conform to ONE stereotype. We can be what we want, when we want, how we want and why wewant.(Of course, one should not act selfishly but wisely)
My rules are far from complete or ultimate, but they definitely help me.I think everyone should handle this for themselves and listen to their feelings about what suits him and what doesn’t:D
I look forward to you:D