Read more of Deveraux Frazier's writing at Poetry of An Aspergian or D. Frazier Writes
Women and men are infinite, unlimited, and forever expanding. But yes, the unimaginative and disconnected being will always keep on trying to narrow everything down to its own mirror image. Poet. World traveller. Moved from England to Cambodia. Might stay there. Not sure. You can read more of Saarah's writing at eastwest_nomad
every brand new female is unique and ready to grow into a perfect woman in a world waiting to destroy her piece by piece bit by bit day by day the minute her gender becomes known doors start slamming one by one then the rules are explained YOU CAN BECOME THIS YOU CAN BECOME THAT … Continue reading How To Be A Woman– Georgiann Carlson
Aunt Elsa tossed the copy of Vogue onto the coffee table shaking her head dismissively. “It just isn’t right,” she observed. “Excuse me, what’s not right?” I asked. “These highfalutin magazines, with the sickly skinny models tell’n us how we should look. That one on the cover there, eyelashes up to her eyebrows and a mascara line almost to … Continue reading Beyond the Hype – Padre
There are rules to be followed guidelines to be remembered regulations to be followed to the T. before I can call myself a woman a lady like appearance-- an ever-present grin on my face smiling from ear to ear, just to ease you into the life as you please. I should bow down in obedience … Continue reading How to be a woman? – Megha Sood
Patricia Harris is a dreamer, crafter, gamer and digital artist who loves creativity in life. She is a devoted mom who can be found doing a variety of art when she isn’t penning poetry and writing words. For more from Patricia, check out Facebook or her blog.