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Tigress wondering by The Danish Girl on Flickr.
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untitled by Richard Stewart James Gaston on Flickr.
OKAY THERE’S A MALE-PRESENTING VERSION I CAN DIE HAPPY
I love these. To expand upon this sentiment, what’s “natural” these days? In this society: Men shave their faces — that’s not natural. Women shave their legs — that’s not natural. There’s not much that hasn’t been distilled, appropriated, molded or tweaked when it comes to human appearances. From shaving foreheads (Middle Ages) to dying bodies blue (Picts!) to tattooing (earliest known: Ice Age!) to applying cosmetics (Ancient Egypt, and even before) it’s all pretty fucking relative. Humans will always decorate themselves, because they have the capability and presence to, and that’s something to be admired, not admonished.