I Don't Have To Be Like Other Men

I was told that I was too masculine for a woman (I am transgendered) and now I am told that I am too feminine for a man.
I like having my house smell like lavender. I like having couch covers, fancy curtains, and "doilies" on my coffee table. I like taking bubble baths with incense and candle light. I like to cook. I like satin sheets and having lots of pillows on the bed (every single one of them meant for use). I am not macho. I know how hard it can be for women (yes, it can be hard for them, especially in a male dominated field) and I like to help them whenever I can.
I don't care if people think that I am different. I can't stand men that are macho and judgmental. I hate the "good ole boys club".
I don't know if it's because I spent the first few decades of my life living as a woman or if it's just because I am different. I don't really care. When someone tells me that I am too feminine I just tell to eat my butt with a spork. I don't have to be like "every other" man out there to be a man.
lyricaldemise lyricaldemise
41-45, T
Dec 15, 2012