Falls Church News-Press: Since the end of my innocence, when I became a teenager, I have been fascinated by the character traits that make me up. Some come from my father — my discipline, my fierce determination, and, of course, my hardheadedness — while my free-spirited and high-flying idealism come from my mother.

While that is all well and good, why do I obsess over purses and having perfect skin? Why am I unabashedly addicted to pop culture and music that makes me cry? Why is my voice high, why are my features delicate, and why is my sense of style so bodycon? How did I get so many feminine traits?

I am not a doctor, but I have a theory I don’t mind sharing. I heard once upon a time that when a baby begins to grow in a mother’s womb, the child starts out as a young lady and over time could become a young gentleman. For what other reason could guys have nipples?

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