I Identify As a Woman Because I’ve Been Marginalized As a Woman

Gender fluidity is the future of feminism. Let’s also hold space for the tensions.

Kerala Taylor

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Me, throughout the years, exploring various forms of gender expression.

“You’re a nice big brother,” the child at the playground said. I was pushing my younger sister on a swing, doing the “underdog,” while she repeatedly squealed, “Again! Again!”

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Kerala Taylor

Award-winning writer. Interrupting notions of what it means to be a mother, woman, worker, and wife. Subscribe: https://keralataylor.substack.com