Androgyne Pride

androgyne

I consider myself to be genderqueer or an androgyne, because I don’t conform to or subscribe to typical assigned gender roles or ideas about what male gender identity is aka what makes a “real man”. I love to wear makeup, fancy headpieces, women’s hairstyles, nail polish, long skirts and other things that to most people believe are contrary to being “manly”, but I don’t feel that wearing these things makes me any less masculine than I really am inside.

I feel and act masculine, on surface, but I’m androgynous in spirit as I can be sensitive, nurturing (as I am with my pets), empathetic, compassionate all traits that are more associated with women than men. But I don’t think any of these traits are gendered at all, just as with fashion and styling. Let’s break free of these confines and just let creativity be our identity.

Headpiece: Swing Alma Hat Aqua by E.V.E Studio ( We ❤ RP )
Hair: Lioncourt hair by Tableau Vivant ( Collabor88 )
Top Necklace: Gender Identity Necklace- Androgynous by Souzou Eien (at GEN-Neutral )
Bottom Necklace: Ribs Watch Necklace by C L A Vv. (at GEN-Neutral )
Makeup: Eyeshadow Dramatic by MONS
Tattoo: Tesis by White Widow
Pose: Photo-Pose065 from (new) Photo Pose Set M006(dance) by Agapee

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One thought on “Androgyne Pride

  1. Looks great and totally hear what you’re saying – feeling very similar here and we all have the things that make sense to us and maybe only us. Be creative! What a wonderful motto!

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