Strength training has given me a new respect for and awareness of my body. I never considered my body to be anything other than…a body. Now I am always admiring my body, not in a vain way though that totally happens often but admiring it because of the way it never fails me. Had I never begun strength training I would never have discovered that I am capable of dead lifting pounds of iron multiple times or that I am absolutely strong enough to put a 52 pound iron ball up over my head and hold it there with a smile. Strength training has given me more than strength though. My self confidence is through the roof as is my confidence in my abilities with tasks outside the gym. Strength training has given me access to an amazing community of like minded people, many of who I consider family. However, the fact that I have to ever defend these things because I have a vagina is sad and absurd. Women need to be educated that you can be strong and ferocious and still be soft and feminine.
Fiercely opinionated & furiously passionate--aka: a leo/femme
You tell a story about being in a minibus, which basically functioned like a taxi because there were no taxis in the townships. And she, like, throws you out of the van. And you had an infant brother at the time. So she jumps out holding him in such a way to protect him when she jumps out.
Girls after giving a concise and completely sensible thought on the matter, with well thought out arguments:. Source: quietpetitegirl , via chubby-bunnies. Cool: Mermaids in human disguises exploring port towns Metal: Mermaids getting surface groceries from a Vietnamese floating market. Skwisgaar Skwigelf was right to demand more. Source: weonsinnombre , via knitmeapony. Source: leia-organa , via nudityandnerdery. Source: whitepeopletwitter , via myguntyourface. Source: stream , via ariannon. What I find interesting is that - V is actually, imo, coded as trans, especially in the original graphic novel. If it was one, the only person matching would be Valerie, the woman whose journals V gives to Evey.
You should ask yourself if you want to pursue a future partner who was raised in an environment that causes drastic sexual suppression and you may never have a healthy sex life if she is your wife. But on saying that I do empathise with you all and a Doctor is very challenging and I know my Dad was always working and it is a demanding job for their spouses to live their lives but hey nothing at the top is ever easy. I'm a doctors wife, my husband is a speciality physician.