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Invisibility has its perks. One doesn't necessarily need a ticket for an event if the ticket-takers can't see you. One can sit wherever they want too. Nobody is offended with your presence. Your body language has no impact. You can take all the food you want at the buffet, because nobody can see you or all the expensive shrimp on your plate. You can drink and eat all the wine and cheese you want at the free art gallery opening, nobody notices. One can freely walk by all the construction sites in the land and not have to fear for their safety. Invisibility is a good thing. Make it work for you.
When did gender become the one thing that we're not suppose to change?
All babies have the exact same genital tissue when they are conceived.
Many woman still have no sexual agency inside their own culture.
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