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Accustomed to not showing my femininity or interest? - December 8th 2012, 12:23 AM

Ever since i was a kid i remember being accustomed to know showing that i was happy, or i was always a tomboy, and when i felt girly i would try really hard to hide it because i felt embarrassed by it...now i just dont know how to be feminine, what is feminine to you guys? i also wish i felt comfortable expressing my interest or flirting with people but i've almost forgotten how. I think it was because i was always ridiculed about it when i was younger...im just embarassed now


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