Today my interview with Grrl on Grrl Podcast came out! We discuss, among other things, The science of gender identity The music of Axis Evil “Ladylike” behavior as a source of personal empowerment Cultural appropriation Psychosexuality Model minorities Big thanks to June Owatari of Grrl on Grrl Podcast for working so hard to put this […]
Today at the bar a man I’d never seen before glanced at my highly scarred arm and said: “Oh sweetie, looks like you got an owie.” He appeared roughly ten years older than me and quite attractive. Nice voice. Nice pheromones. I liked him immediately. Yes the words patronized me—treated me like a child. (He […]
I’m developing a vision of what “being a lady” means to me (and only me!), with the full intent to live it out boldly and dramatically for the rest of my life. Notice I said “lady” here, not “woman”. I feel I have to constantly remind people that these are different concepts. As I’ve stated […]
Now that I have experience dating both men and women, I’ve noticed that I hold men to higher standards than women: I care how much money they make. I care more about how stable a man’s career is than I do with women. I’m willing to end the relationship based on more minor flaws. There […]
For the first time in my life, I am worried about what to wear on a first date. I wouldn’t worry so much if it was with another woman, but this date is with a guy. For some reason I feel I need to be more physically impressive with guys. Or maybe “cute”. I’ll fill […]
A man I am flirting with (rather seriously) expects me to cook for him if I become “his woman”. This really turns me on. A complete and somewhat feminist deconstruction of why I like this so much is available in my post “double agent for the patriarchy“.