For the many thoughts that come and go unannounced and the ones which refuse to budge out of my head…

Why I Love Being a Woman

Today I was thinking about what it would’ve been like to have been from a different gender. But I guess I belong to the upcoming breed of the ‘gender-narcissist’, which is, that I am happy and thankful to God for creating me into this gender.
And here are some of the reasons why I love being a woman:
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1.Our shopping choices and looks for the season aren’t limited to stripes and solids.
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2.We can order colourful, fruity and delicious drinks, with the prettiest garnishing at a bar without being judged.
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3.We’re less likely to go bald.
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4.We can cry when we’re stressed without being charged with metrosexuality.
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5.We can burn down buildings and get away with murder with just one excuse-PMS.
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6.We can co-ordinate an event on SMS, update an entire bunch of friends on bluetooth and flash smiles at a cousin’s wedding, all at the same time.
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7.We don’t have to love sports and know at least one to be respected by our gender.
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8.We can read maps and we have no hang-ups about stopping to ask for directions.
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9.We can have a baby.
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10.We always get place to sit when using public transport. It’s the law.
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11.We can get into the poshest clubs wearing open footwear and jeans.
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12.We don’t have to shave everyday, and no one needs to know.
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13.We know exactly when to let out and when to control emotions.
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14.We can love pink or any other colour we genuinely like.
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15.We can see through people, and nine out of ten times, our intuitions are accurate.
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Indeed, I love being a woman. 🙂
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Comments on: "Why I Love Being a Woman" (7)

  1. This made me smile! and LOL on “Our shopping choices and looks for the season aren’t limited to stripes and solids.” Keep it going girl!

  2. *Applauds*
    Loved the post. We need more women posting about the good points of being one.

    • Oh.. Thank you so much. 🙂
      Women need to read this for a little boost of self esteem, and for warding off even the slightest thought of not being good enough. 🙂

  3. I love the “we CAN”.. beautifully written..

    Divesh.

  4. i like your writing. this is one great one. we share female chauvinism 😀

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