Poems about gender
I would make everyone see that We're all human. We're all the same.
I am a woman, There is nothing to be ashamed of. I bleed once a month, sometimes twice
Who dares to fight against the oppresion of ourselves? I dare to
You are my brother Not by blood, marriage, sex, or gender But by love and unfortunate anguish
They have always asked us a question Judged us like a book cover And they expect us to answer
I concur. If it's against my religion, it should be illegal. And while we're passing laws,
America. Land of the free.
Where could I get sympathy? For my nationality? For my Race? My Hair color? Eye Color? My religion?