I don't feel like a girl. I don't like being s girl. I don'tt know if I am a girl. What makes a girl? What makes a woman. What makes a man? I don't know when I started questioning my gender.. its jus, something doesn't feel right. Something is indescribably wrong. I don't feel like I was born into the wrong body or anything, I just feel like everyone but me sees it in the wrong way; I ave no problem with my girl parts or my boobs, well I have a little problem with my boobs but I'm so flat-chested that a sports bra or two later and they practically disseapear. Not like the rest of me.
Girls. I know so many, I fallen for a few, and I'm different from them. I feel so weird. Guys. I have very few guy friends, and I'm different from them, too. I think it's why I feel lonely, all the time. It's like everyone else knows there's a box, and they're supposed go and stand in it, and I find it unfair that I wasn't even told about the existence of these boxes and I don't quite feel like standing in mine. I'm allergic to boxes, I prefer organic and natural shapes. But I'm the only one. Lonely times indeed.
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1.So for my English class in school (don't know why I have to take it...) I'm supposed to my a short speech on diversity in America. And I have a lot to say about that. I'm planning to mention LGBT rights in my speech, but I'm nervous. As an black american, who speaks very little German on top of that, I've gotten some pretty questions, and quite a few stares.. like this morning I walked into school, minding my own buisiness, and like everyone in the halls stopped talking and stared at me.
Hello! I'm new to Oasis so here's an introduction: , I'm a lesbian. I knew the way I felt about other girls wwas different from the way they felt, but I guess it made sense last year when I had my first big, tragic crush on a girl from my soccer team. She was the first girl I wanted to.. umm.. frolic with.. (frolic is such a fun word!), but, unfortunately she was a crack-whore (pardon the language), and straight at that! Also a senior, she moved and I'll never see her again. This year I'm an exchange student in Germany, which is awesome!