I Am An Unsterotypical Female

For those of us who stray from what is expected of women and girls. 54 People

    Story of My Life.

     I was in my psychology class the other day and my professor asked how many people in the room didn't like shopping. Myself and all the guys in the class raised their hands. I was then pointed out as being the only female in the class who didn't like shopping. Made me laugh...
    InsanelyMe08 InsanelyMe08
    26-30, F
    5 Responses Sep 1, 2009

    I Am So Unsteriotypical It's Almost Weird

    I am an unsteriotypical female, I am in my teens and I am in secondary school but I never use my mobile unlike anyone else who usually are on their's 24/7. I have no Boyfriend nore planning to get one, most of my friends and aquantances have either had boyfriends or girlfriends...
    madhatter42 madhatter42
    Jun 25, 2012

    I'm 25 & Still Considered Childish.

    I have a college degree & neurological, as well as mental disorders, & society views me as a child, & they think I'm strange. I still consider myself girly, but I don't have the $$ to dress the way I would like to. People say I dress old-fashioned. That's the way the...
    otad12 otad12
    31-35, F
    2 Responses Feb 21, 2009

    Men Are Lucky!

    I've not really thought about it that much but I identify with a few of the stories that I've read here. Hate shoppin' for clothes and shoes. We have meadowhall here in uk, I call it meadowhell! At school, hated sewing class, cooking class, anythin to do with borin class...
    deleted deleted
    2 Responses Sep 10, 2009

    No Girly Girl

    When most people think of women or girls, they think of someone who giggles at boys, likes pink, talks on the phone all day, is afraid of insects and mice, only shops for clothes and make up, and hates to get her hands dirty.  I am none of these things.  Think of any...
    Harui Harui
    26-30, F
    5 Responses Feb 21, 2009

    Nature Vs. Nurture: I was born with two

    x-chromosomes, making me a female. That's fact. Thus my nature is that of a female. But the person I see in my refection is everything but your stereotypical female. And I believe that it is the direct result of the way I was raised... my 'nurture'. It is known that my parents...
    Lullacus Lullacus
    22-25, F
    1 Response Apr 27, 2014
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