Einen wunderschönen guten Morgen, ihr Lieben!
Seid ihr auch so kaffee-verliebt wie wir ? ☕️ Oder eher der Tee-Typ ? 😍
In unserer Story könnt ihr abstimmen! Wir sind gespannt auf das Ergebnis! ✨
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“How come you are interested in that? You’re a girl!”
If I had a dollar every time someone said that to me I could easily afford all of my dream cars. And trust me – I have many dream cars.
Gender stereotypes are such a weird thing. Sure, we all have preconceptions of characteristics a man or a woman must or should have. But in a world where most of my female friends work in engineering jobs and many of my male (STRAIGHT!) friends are pursuing a career as a hairdresser, I thought the human mind wasn’t as controlled by stereotypes anymore as it used to be. I was obviously wrong.
Humans have that unquenchable urge to label people. It’s easier to divide a plethora of shades of grey – no pun intended – into two categories, namely black and white. Or, to translate it into gender language, pink and blue. But here’s the thing – no one is ever 100% masculine or 100% feminine. It is absolutely impossible, simply because every individual has a different definition of the terms “masculinity” and “femininity”. I occasionally wear make up (considered as feminine) and watch beauty tutorials (also feminine), but I hate shopping (NOT FEMININE), I don’t particularly like shoes (WHAT) and I despise handbags (ARE YOU FOR REAL). Not to mention that I absolutely love cars and my knowledge about
longitudinally installed engines and continuously variable transmissions leaves any guy speechless. Does that mean I am not a girl? Well, I do feel like a girl tho. •
The moral of the story? There’s a lot I have to say about this topic and I am going to in future posts. But for now I would like to close with a quote by Cara Delevingne – four simple yet powerful words that sum up my little essay perfectly: Stop labelling, start living💫