I play all kinds of games, as long as they aren't too detailed with over the top skill trees, lots of controls, and are engaging enough to keep my interest for more than a week haha!
Similarly, I read books from all genres. My favorites are tech thrillers with page turning action, and books that make you think deeper about sometimes abstract things. For a long time, my favorite books were Life of Pi, the Martian, and Deception Point.
I like pastels, but I dress androgynous, or 'tomboyish'. 100% off the women's rack, but not very elegant.
I'll wear a revealing tank or Camis over a push-up bra. Very very short-shorts whenever possible.
Stockings all the time, and HeyDude shoes.
My hair is always styled, and I mostly keep makeup down to a minimum.
I can't call it my own because it's how many of the girls in my community dress. I'm just not dressing my age is all.
I find this statement from the ACLU so favorable. It would be lovely if this legislation was more universally applied to our existence and legal issues.
“This is a victory for all state employees defeating this clear violation of federal civil rights law once and for all.”
I don't think so. I like clothes that are pretty and colourful. If a man wouldn't be caught dead wearing it, I'm interested.
But "all me"? I don't know. I am guided in my clothing choices by my "fashion advisor" (my wife) and my sense of what my mother might have worn.
I don't think I do. Of course, I'm just 10 months into developing a style...my style...and I take great joy in trying different styles. I do, though, try to remember my age. But, I find much joy in filling out a wardrobe that reflects my style and personality. What is it? I don't know, yet, but I love working to find it.