Niña, mujer, otras
by Bernardine Evaristo
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Un estilo literario rompedor a caballo entre la poesía y la prosa que la autora define como "literatura fusión". Un texto escrito al margen de las convenciones literarias y las reglas habituales de puntuación que, sin embargo, sorprende por su fluidez y facilidad de lectura.

Una Gran Bretaña

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so here goes: women are designed to have babies, not to play with dolls, and why shouldn’t women sit with their legs wide open (if they’re wearing trousers, obv) and what does mannish or manly mean anyway? walking with long strides? being assertive? taking charge? wearing ‘male’ clothes? not wearing make-up? unshaved legs? shaved head (lol), drinking pints instead of wine? preferring football to online make-up tutorials (yawn), and traditionally men wear make-up and skirts in parts of the world so why not in ours without being accused of being ‘effeminate’? what does effeminate actually mean when you break it down?
the thing is, Megan, much as I reject conformist gender bullshit as above, I still feel female, I’ve known it since like forever, for me it’s not about wanting to play with dolls, it goes much deeper than that
it’s what I’ve become these past seven years as I transitioned from Gopal to Bibi
oestrogen, breasts, vagina
LauraTLauraT added a quotation
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so here goes: women are designed to have babies, not to play with dolls, and why shouldn’t women sit with their legs wide open (if they’re wearing trousers, obv) and what does mannish or manly mean anyway? walking with long strides? being assertive? taking charge? wearing ‘male’ clothes? not wearing More