Girl

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Who am I? I am a girl. But what does that really mean? To some people, being a girl is like being dainty, flawless, beautiful, and weak. Being a girl isn’t about that. Being a girl is what you were born like. It doesn’t limit anything else.

Submitted: April 18, 2016

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Who am I? I am a girl. But what does that really mean? To some people, being a girl is like being dainty, flawless, beautiful, and weak. Being a girl isn’t about that. Being a girl is what you were born like. It doesn’t limit anything else. It only limits what other people think about you. Maybe, it limits who people think you should hang of with, who they think you should be, what you should do, how you act. But they don’t know what some unfortunate girls feel. Limited. Worthless. Born in the wrong body. Either I was born in the wrong body, or I was born to make a difference. And I will make a difference. Someday.

 

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