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Growing up, I was definitely what you would call a "tomboy. I love who I am now, but have not always loved the assumptions people made about me when they looked at my clothing or behavior. Here are nine confessions of a lifelong tomboy:. Let's just go ahead and get this one out of the way. I'm not sexually attracted to women. I know this is a shocker to family and friends alike, and that you probably thought the childhood friend I used to play with every day would end up being my secret lover I actually had someone tell me that , but it's true, I like boys.
And yes, although I did play softball in high school, I am still not gay. Some tomboys are gay and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that, but it is possible to be a tomboy and not be gay. Just like it's possible to play softball and not be gay. I never wanted to be a boy. This one might confuse people, but it's true and I'll get to the confusing part in a minute. Now don't get me wrong; I would absolutely love to just get out of bed, throw on a t-shirt and jeans and some bomb-ass Jordans and head out the door, but I can't do that.
I'm not saying I do much more than that, but unfortunately, there are just things a girl can't go without doing. Shampoo and conditioner, anyone? I liked Barbies and baby dolls and playing house. OK, now this part tends to confuse people. Growing up, I had friends who were girls -- little girls who liked to play with Barbies and baby dolls and play house. In order to get these friends to do what I wanted to do -- like play tag or Nintendo or have races or climb trees -- I would often have to give into what they wanted to do.
And if I'm being honest, I actually enjoyed playing with dolls. I mean, getting a Cabbage Patch doll Christmas morning was an absolute must for an '80s child, and I loved it!
But this is where people get confused, so pay attention: I never wanted to be Barbie. I chose Ken every time. Same goes for playing house; I was never the mother or the daughter; I was always the dad or the son. I related more to Ken or the male roles than I did to Barbie or the female roles.
It was easier for me to be the boy and like playing sports and going fishing and various other "manly" things, than it was for me to be the girl and pretend to like pink dresses and makeup and white, glittery ponies. I just didn't get it. I was also too young to understand that it was OK to still be the mom, or the daughter, or Barbie, and just make them who I wanted them to be. Dress her in Ken's clothes and put her in a Lincoln Log-made cabin instead of some girly Barbie mansion.
Hook her up with a Chevy C with Custom Sport truck instead of a pretty, pink convertible. I didn't understand the possibilities of what it meant to be a girl, and that it was OK to be the girl I wanted to be. I want to be pretty. It's clear that dresses just aren't practical, and I preferred the clothes Ken wore to the lacy, girly things Barbie did. I mean, come on, how practical or even comfortable are dresses? There is no way I'm just going to hop on a bike, or even a white, glittery pony in a dress.
And if I make the wrong move, then BAM! The whole world gets to know me a little more than I intended. Dresses are just not feasible and also very drafty It just makes sense for me, that's all! But I do want to be pretty, and when I do put on those dresses and people look at me in a way they never have before, it just feels good! Everyone has that desire to be attractive and wanted, and I'm no different. The difference is, though, as soon as I get in my front door, those heels are flying through the air, that dress is flung across the room and my hair goes from flowing beautifully down my back into a practical, messy bun.
Yep, that's the extent of my attempt at glamour, take it or leave it. Boys really like ME. I just get them. I mean really, really, really GET them. Who doesn't appreciate it when someone gets you? I liked what they liked, and I was fun to hang out with. And when they saw that on occasion, I could clean up real nicely -- prior to the flinging of the dress and the tossing of the shoes -- it was on!
I probably could kick your ass. This oddly is also a part of 5, but only in reference to the confidence factor. Confidence can be extremely attractive in both sexes, and I was probably overly-confident. I'm 5'7" and around a buck I wasn't the biggest or the strongest kid growing up, but I believed I was, so others may have too. It's all in how you carry yourself. I have the mouth of a sailor. I have no filter. I say what I mean, I mean what I say and I usually don't care who hears it.
I will admit I do tend to censor myself quite a bit more now that I'm a mother and "respectable" wife. But I've had a potty mouth since a very young age, so I don't see the point in changing now.
It's much more effective than a "You hurt my feelings, and I did not like that. I just can't help myself! I'm a good mother. Most people who knew me growing up probably never figured I'd be a mother at all, let alone a good one. There's no question that I do have my off days.
I mean, that whole nurturing thing that's supposed to come natural to most girls? I have to work a little harder to achieve it. I'm mostly the, "Oh, you skinned your knee? Walk it off" type. But it's good for me, being a mother. And I thank God every day for this blessing. I should also mention that all my children are boys, so that makes life a lot easier for me. And last, but certainly not least Don't get me wrong; I was a big Rainbow Brite fan growing up.
I know, girly, but my boys watch "Dora" and no one questions their manhood, so leave mine alone. Anyway, I'm not sure who my parents had mistaken me for this one lovely Christmas morning they may have been smoking more than cigarettes , but I'm pretty certain I never gave them any signs that this was me. Please excuse my drawing; a picture was hard to find.
Yep, that's her obviously a her. What in the heck were they thinking? Can you imagine popping wheelies or splashing through mud puddles,or doing any kind of tricks with this thing? Three letters, mom and dad: But I'll give them a pass on this one because despite this little misunderstanding, they were great parents and allowed me to be whoever I wanted to be: So ultimately, that is my message here: Be who you want to be.
Me, I'm a girl! I throw like a girl, I run like a girl and more importantly, I kick ass like a girl! Tap here to turn on desktop notifications to get the news sent straight to you. Here are nine confessions of a lifelong tomboy: Go to mobile site.
What's that supposed to mean? Can you give an example of doing something masculine but still retain feminine qualities? Think of any activity you'd consider typically masculine, say riding motorcycles, shooting firearms, fixing cars, drinking mediocre bourbon BenJammin Send a private message. I like the self confidence without arrogance that a tomboy typically has.
Watching football or changing oil, a tomboy will be right there with you like one of your buddies. Most tomboys don't buy into "what a woman should look like" and are lower maintenance and more fun. Tomboys are less superficial, will tell you their honest opinion, won't play games, and are not extreme high maintenance. Many will bait their own hook, talk trash on the basketball court and look good doing it with their hair in a ponytail , load their own magazines, and often, make you look bad at the shooting range.
Some wear ball caps because they can and look good doing it! Not that flat billed junk but a real ball cap They don't wear holy jeans because they're in style. They wear them because they feel good and looking good is just an added bonus! Mostly, they are down to earth and relate to the typical guy. Nothing more sexy than a pretty female that understands you.
TomboyGurl Send a private message. Im a tomboy and all those things relate to me! Except sports, i dont like sports. Unless I'm looking for a tag team wrestling partner, I'm gonna go with girly girl every time. Soldier19d Send a private message. Dude check your mancard if you are worried about there being a woman more masculine than u u aren't masculine enough. I think you misunderstood my point. This was not about me being worried she was more masculine than me but about her being more masculine than I prefer.
Besides, it was a joke. However, many mothers of tomboys battle to make their daughters more feminine before giving in. Yet talking to Carr and the other mothers has made me realise that my desire for Phoebe to grow up leaving a trail of glitter around the house may be misguided. The author Julia Llewellyn, whose latest novel is Love Nest Penguin , has two daughters aged six and four.
It can wait, Llewellyn tells me. And if she wants to climb, skid and test the durability of those Mini Boden cords even further than her big brother did, then I will try to see that as her having fun, rather than tomboyish behaviour. Claire Smith tells me she enjoys how different her daughter is now. Accessibility links Skip to article Skip to navigation. Saturday 27 October Eleanor Tucker — a former tomboy herself — reports.
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There is still some debate over whether 'tomboy' is just used for young girls rather than fully grown women. Others suggested that 'outdoors type' or 'adventurous' is the new phrase they get called, instead of 'tomboy'. To me, the term 'tomboy' will always be synonymous with my childhood.
Running around in a baggy jumper, pretending to be Harriet the Spy and organising a girls' football team in my school playground. If someone called me a tomboy now, would I be offended? Not at all, but it's not a term that necessarily needs reviving in my eyes. Ultimately, girls and women shouldn't feel they need to categorise themselves as 'girly girls' or 'tomboys'.
We are just women. What do you think? Have you ever referred to yourself as a tomboy? Is a term that's now bitten the dust? Thursday 22nd October Outsiders. Harriet The Spy Women Tomboy. Badass Lego Girls Women Tomboy. Beauty in windy day.
Growing up, I was definitely what you would call a “tomboy. but unfortunately, there are just things a girl can't go without doing. But I do want to be pretty, and when I do put on those dresses and people look at me in a way. What's it like to have a tomboy daughter, when everyone tells us they but for what they look like – think Quinn in Glee and Blair in Gossip Girl. Is it better to date a tomboy or a girly girl? Since high school, you've always been attracted to the girl who stands out in the crowd. She always looks gorgeous.