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Guest post by "RainDreamer"
Well, I have always find that it is very silly to assign gender characteristic for things that simply shouldn't have them, like colours, or even scent. Probably due to my marketing background and realizing that differentiate things on genders means you can target more specific markets and attract them more. I have always like sweet candy-like scent like vanilla or strawberry even before my transition, despite them not being "masculine" ("masculine" products have scent that either burns my nostrils or choke me with how strong they are. Ugh.)


Personally about the stereotypes though, I don't really force myself to be something I am not (have done it for way too long before I accept myself as who I am), I just want to be myself, part of me are stereotypical feminine, like really emotional and cries easily, but others part are not, like being reallly messy. Makes me wonder how much nature vs nurture is at play. Doesn't help that my mom seems to be really into turning me to a paragon of femininity now (great that she accepts me, however.)