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Poems about gender

    The trembling chilling adventures of exploring the sadend mind of what we think today to be whats know as us .
Who Are You Who are you to tell me, A person of my own being, Who I can or cannot be?
What would I change? I would change the frowns Change the hidden smiles
There is a flaw in Society's Status Quo, One that only women suffer from, One that men pretend not to know,
Sticks and stones may break my bones,
I would want to change something near, and dear to my heart I would want to bring families back together, being torn apart
I would make everyone see that We're all human. We're all the same.
When I'm told I could change anything
 I am a woman, There is nothing to be ashamed of. I bleed once a month, sometimes twice
Why

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