I wasn’t like other girls. I liked pokemon, I liked Dragonball Z

“I wasn’t like other girls. I liked pokemon, I liked Dragonball Z”

All based on sexist stereotypes. What this person is saying is that it is impossible for girls to like cars, video games, etc. and girls only are interested in having babies and looking pretty for men.

This type of attitude keeps women out of high paying trades like auto repair, becoming pilots, or even studying to become doctors.

Transgender Reality

A young person talks about discovering their true nature as a boy:

Transcription, from 0:11 to 5:40

Today I’m going to be talking about how I knew I was trans. Probably back in the 3rd grade when I started realizing that I wasn’t like other girls. I just loved Pokemon, I loved Dragonball Z, I loved…I didn’t really like Dragonball Z. I liked the…Bayblades, I liked, you know, things like that. Things that you don’t find in the girl’s section of the toy store. Of course I didn’t know I was trans at that time, I just knew that I…didn’t like doing what other girls liked doing. I hated makeup. I hated pink. I hated dresses. I literally cried at my 8th grade graduation cause my mom forced me to wear a dress. I cried. Like full-blown, tears crying tantrum, I cried. Like, cried. There are several…

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