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  1. Sometimes I worry that in my heart, I am a man. I identify with personality attributes that society deems male or masculine.

    Now that THAT is off my chest, let’s just say I’ve been on both sides of this (thankfully) not always true statement. One side sucks a little less than the other does.

    • Men and women don’t fully understand each other. In the old days this didn’t matter so much, since they were usually mostly kept apart. Nowadays they commingle everywhere, with results that are sometimes unforeseen and even unpleasant.

  2. No, we don’t always understand each other. But trying to figure it out is part of the human experience. I appreciate the chance to set my rose-colored glasses aside and take a peek through the high-def yellows and blues.

    • Think how boring it would be if we always understood each other.

      Think how desolate it would be if we couldn’t forgive each other.

  3. I’ll drink to that. (Whiskey sour, with a straw since I lack the proboscis.)

    XO

  4. Ray Ray

    There’s a line in Sex, Lies, and Videotape that’s similar to Salter’s (whom I like):

    “Men learn to love what they’re attracted to, whereas women become more attracted to what they love.”

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