Tagged with femininity

We Need to Ask for the Pancakes

We Need to Ask for the Pancakes

I remember the first time I thought I wasn’t cut out to be a church lady. I was a tomboyish little thing in my early teens. Lavender glasses masked a solid 80% of my face, and I wore a mouthful of shiny braces with my No Fear t-shirts. Hockey posters of the Vancouver Canucks wallpapered … Continue reading

Reclaiming Femininity

Reclaiming Femininity

“You were created to be strong and powerful and formidable. Not in spite of your sex, but because of it.” She teetered into the room wearing sky-high clear plastic heels, each one garnished with a giant pink bow. A floral pastel dress with a short flared skirt completed the ensemble. She beamed when her eyes … Continue reading