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Old 06-23-2009, 07:43 PM
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What are your masculine/feminine features?

How many masculine features and how many feminine features do you have? For example, are you into sports, which is considered a masculine feature? Do you like to crochet, which is a feminine feature? It will be interesting to discover how feminine and masculine you are.
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Old 07-19-2009, 06:44 PM
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When I was young I was a tomboy. I rode bikes, played ball, climbed trees, hiked, canoed, camped.....Didn't like dresses.

Now I am more of a girlygirl. I take care of the house and I LIKE it!. Not so much the actual cleaning part but the results. I like cooking nice meals for Mark.
Our house is 1940s and the kitchen still has the original linoleum on the floor, I like that look and all my old cookbooks, old fashioned table cloth and aprons.....

In the past year I have bought several skirts from Goodwill that are very, very comforatable and find myself wearing skirts more often than I used to.

I am aslo very childlike which I have always said is so because I have no kids and never had to learn to be an adult and discipline. My childhood side loves candy, parades, Haloween, Christmas and going to the fair!

Masculine.........I think I have a deep voice for a girl.

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Old 08-12-2009, 04:54 AM
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I am bumping this thread up. I know this can be such a hot topic. I am bit of both of a girly girl and a tomboy. I don't think there is shame in being either and the cool thing about being a girl is that you can be either, or, and both! Boys, who are straight, won't admit to being girly anything, usually. LOL

The girly part of me likes to cook, wear dresses, wear girly hairstyles, and so on. If I had a great figure, I would want to be curvy and have big boobs. LOL

The tomboy part of me likes to wear men's lounge pants, likes NASCAR, and likes to talk to boys. Most of my friends are men.
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Old 08-12-2009, 06:06 AM
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I'm a bit of both.

My attitude and the way I talk could be considered masculine, I think. I'm not really shy and don't scare easily.

I love sports so I guess that's masculine, too.

On the other hand, I love the opportunity to get dressed up with pretty new clothes, makeup and hair--the whole works--to go out! NOT that it happens much.

I love to cook and bake. Guess that would be feminine, too?

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Old 08-12-2009, 06:58 AM
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HMM! well I don't wear jeans anytime love to watch NASCAR too no special driver just like watching it with my g-son Adam loved watching Prison Break with him we are both mad that it was canceled.
I wear Capri's a lot, sweat pants now and then do have sweat shirts with pix on them. Love my sandals never wear any high top shoes never did even when younger. Don't wear makeup , like my hair to look nice but it does not hold a perm any more so is SHORT straight now. Been told I look nice with it that way. I love to wear long skirts rarely a short one anymore. I like pastel colors in spring/summer and darker ones in fall/winter. LOVE my t-shirts anytime any color. Got a new Orange one this past Sunday as Steven's Dad went to Oshkosh,WI and brought me one back with that on it. Like frilly nite gowns. Like White Shoulders as to that kind of stuff guess that makes me girlish for sure. Have rambled enough
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Old 08-14-2009, 09:34 AM
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Good thread!

I am like Tami. I think my attitude and the way I talk would be more on the masculine side. I grew up with 2 bro's so I had to toughen up or get beat up!

But, I love girly stuff, jewelry, make-up and clothes. Most of the time I am in flip flops shorts and a tee shirt but am trying to look nicer by the time my husband gets home from work. I don't think anyone wants to come home to someone that is unkept.

I also like the domestic arts (good thing or this caregiver job would be a massive FLOP) so I guess that is feminine too.

Good mix I think.


(When I was young, I loved the ladies in the movies that extracted their cigarettes from a shiny cigarette case, and the gent would lite it. I loved that) I dont smoke.
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Old 08-14-2009, 02:51 PM
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masculine/feminine features I think I have a combination of both of them.

I do not like to wear make up, or get all pamper up. which is not girly.
I like to wear pants and t-shirts, yet I like to

Now if I'm going somewhere nice I do like to
dress up, but don't wear the makeup

I'm lately since I've been with the RHS been more girly in dresses and deck out with all the stuff that they call Bling. LOL

I allow things to roll off of me instead of getting all upset.. been told that was a masculine trait. I also been told that another trait is to t ell it like it is, which I do.

Don't like sports.

mmm, what else

now when it comes to talking I am all girl there. LOL,
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Feminine all the way!
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