Does it bother you when "the rules" of sexuality and gender aren't followed?
Does that make you feel insecure?
Do you freak a little when you see a gay guy, or butch lesbian? Does it bother you when you can’t tell their orientation? Would you feel comfortable around someone of the same sex who told you they were bi-sexual?
How about when you see a guy acting “girly”, or a girl acting “manly”? Or when someone is into something that isn’t “gender appropriate” for them, or they reject another thing that is stereotypical to their sex? A husband who’s a stay at home dad, and a mother who brings home the bacon?
The other day I posted a question about wearing chick pants, and pretty much as I expect the conversation got heated and some strong opinions were shared. All over the way a pair of jeans were tailored.
I hate living in a society so hung-up on each person’s sexuality and gender and if it’s congruent with who they assume the person to be based on those things. It’s a lost cause living in a binary thinking world. I guess for some reason it gives security and piece of mind to most, but it’s annoying as hell to me and creates an issue all the time.