I love expression. As far as art enterprises go, I consider myself a photographer, actor, singer, song writer, poet, designer, and homemaker. I love to learn crafts, so if there's something you know how to do with your hands please please please share it with me. I'm not really good at music, so I try to cultivate friendships in my life with musicians and singers.
As far as gender goes, I say, "fuck it!" You do you, kiddo. I was raised without a lot of bullying or gender oppression -- no one ever called me a sissy when I played with make up or wore skirts to school. I would say my gender presentation fell closer to masculinity, but most people might say I'm feminine in comparison to most standards of what it means to be "boy" or "man." However, I think we all have feminine and masculine strengths. For instance, I carry myself very gracefully from years of dance lessons. I also know how to chop wood, drive a truck, and run a farm. I like this expression: "When a man gets kicked in the balls, he's down on the floor, but a woman can push a baby out of her pussy and keep walking. So who's really stronger?" It's all in your head.
I'm a little over the city.