This is a cute quick story here in Cyrsti's Condo from an experience I had last night.
One of my genetic girl friends invited me to meet her for a drink and who was I to turn her down? The place we went to was having live trivia-which I am deceptively good at. What I mean is, out of ten questions, I get two right, two close and the rest I have no clue. The people around me (if they aren't paying too much attention) then think I'm some sort of savant and want me on their team-the jokes on them! Plus, I have the attention span of a five year old, so I as go into rounds two or three, my mind is bored and is in another dimension.
You aren't supposed to cheat at this trivia and Google the answers so you can win but that didn't stop my friend and another woman down the bar from doing it. Naturally, to do this you need to find an answer in a timely manner. For whatever reason, I knew the place we were in had sketchy WiFi reception to start with, which was slowing the cheaters down. In short order, my friend got frustrated and started pounding her phone into the bar. Not long after that, the woman down the bar did the same thing.
I was amazed and said to my friend, "that was so male!" (It was!) She quickly turned to me and sputtered "how do you sit there with your hair and boobs and all and tell me that?" I calmly said "because I have been there and can say it." Conversation over.
I look at it this way, over the years I have been called a "transgender pretender" because of my lack of desire to "purge" all of my masculine past. To me, pulling a gender card out from the bottom of the deck on occasion, is just pay back for all the hell I went through to get here.
Besides, as I told my friend (who has invited me to lesbian only events over the years), I could have never come close to the innate masculinity in many of those women! What a wonderful diverse world we humans live in if we could understand and enjoy the show.