It is okay to embrace your femininity.

Here’s what I’ve learned about mine, I invite you to embrace yours.

The truth to the matter is that at 25 I’m just now learning more about my feminine side. This journey is fun because I feel that I can let my guard down and exist as myself without having to place limitations on how I show up.

I was always up underneath my father growing up so I took on some minor male mannerisms; I’m slowly but surely growing out of those days.




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