This is what male femininity looks like

Posted: August 13, 2009 in Autogynephilia 2008

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Cookie- Magical day at Dolores park
I have written at length about how male-bodied femininity is banished from visibility in my society. But whether you believe that femininity is cultural or biological, male femininity is a natural phenomenon.

  1. Brody says:

    You spend an awful lot of time at Dolores Park…do you have a job? I’m not being snarky, I’m just really curious! It sounds nice, hanging out in a park all day! I work part-time in SF, would love to come hang out in the park some sunny afternoon. 🙂

  2. Jasper Gregory says:

    Hi Brody,
    I do not have a job. I find that I have to present as masculine to get hired. I make just enough money to get by. Let’s hang at the park sometime.

  3. Brody says:

    Yay, ok! When are you usually there? I’m off work at noon weekdays and would enjoy lounging about the park before heading back to Berkeley.

  4. g531 says:

    These are great pictures. i sometimes wonder about how presumed…I was talking about Tyler Perry’s Madea last night and I had to correct someone who said it was a man in drag. From what I gather, he is not intentionally wearing women’s clothing to be feminine, rather becoming a charicature of negative stereotypes, which celebrities often do, to then be mistaken for trying to perform gender fluidity.

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