Poems about gender
I'm so sorry. I didn't mean to make you cry. I didn't realize that because I'm a guy I'm always in the wrong,
This is the way you put on makeup; you wear it everyday to become “beautiful”;
The world we live in has created the entity of a man and woman Both have a lack of judgment that created a halo effect
I have lost all whom I thought would stay I let my guard down only for you to pull the rug away
If Caeneus was alive He would stand with all the kids The one who wave their flags
I waited for her here.
Artemis doesn’t actually care if you’re celibate.
My gender is a writhing thing in the corner
I grew up There was no specific day
I grew up in a suburb I grew up in a suburb full of white people