Tomboy Stories


Stray by eaknox

Hey guys my names not actually Stray just a nickname people gave me cuz I’m always alone but whatever. My real names girly with no nicknames that aren’t incredibly stupid. Since I was in third grade I always dressed and acted like a boy. I still do but now hang out with girls just so my parents dont see my real friends. I’m the kind of person that plays tackle football with the boys at lunch. My mom hates how I am but my dad loves it. The time I came home from school covered in mud bcuz someone dared me to jump into a mud pit made my mom flip. She said why can’t you be a girl for once and I told her that I don’t care what she thinks she said that I was making her look bad so I ran to my dad’s house two miles away because I couldn’t stand her anymore. She accuses me of being lesbian I’m straight but I have nothing against gays or lesbians. People should be able to do what they want. I’ve broken a lot of bones skateboarding or zip lining off the roof of my garage, no one gets how I am but I really don’t care anymore. I hate to admit it but I cut, try to hide it by acting happy all the time, it’s just not me. Hope you guys get it and peace out!



Amy by eaknox

I am a tomboy but no one but my mum,dad and brother know I am. I want everyone to know but I’m scared what they will think. Also I want to were trousers at school but I’m scared what people will think because I normally wear a skirt and I want my friends to like me. My grandma thinks I’m all girly   and don’t have the courage to tell her I’m not.hopefully you can give me some advice and thanks for listening :-)



Lauren by eaknox
May 21, 2014, 10:52 am
Filed under: Bullying, Tomboy, Tomboy Fashion, Tomboy Hobbies, Tomboy Stories

Ever since I started middle school I realized that I was bisexual. Ever since I was a little girl, I loved watching violent cartoons, wearing baggy t shirts, playing video games, and wrestling. But I currently haven’t told anyone yet. I only have a couple good friends At school, (boys). I tried fitting in with the girls by dressing up, being polite, and watching their stupid tv shows, but I wasn’t be true to myself. Even after all of that, they never invited me to their birthdays, asked if I could be their partner, or if I could sit with them. I’m still sad about this, because I’m not like the other girls, I like explosions, having messy hair, drawing comics, reading comics, love Cartoon Network. I bet if they had to put one person down as a good friend, they would never pick me. One time I fell, I was covered in blood crying on the bench hoping somebody would help me. 15 minutes passed and the only reason they noticed me was because the bell rang.



Casey by eaknox
May 21, 2014, 10:50 am
Filed under: Tomboy, Tomboy Fashion, Tomboy Hobbies, Tomboy Stories

Hey everyone! I’m Casey and I’m a 7th grade girl. I haven’t worn a dress/skirt in almost 4 years, except when I was forced to for 5th grade graduation. You will always see me wearing blue jeans and converse. When my mom takes me shopping she shows me fancy flats or something but I always direct her to the sneakers. She asks why and I say they just aren’t me. I prefer to go fishing or climb trees than go the the mall any day. My hair is either always down or in a braid. The only make up I wear is mascara, lip gloss, and sometimes a natural color eye shadow.
Don’t change who you are!
Be who ya wanna be!



Maud by eaknox
May 21, 2014, 10:48 am
Filed under: Identity, LGBT, Tomboy, Tomboy Fashion, Tomboy Hobbies, Tomboy Stories, Uncategorized

Hi. I’m Matilda, Maud for short. I guess I’m a tomboy. I adore sports and practice them regulary. I dress mainly in jeans, t-shirts and jumpers (no pink or purple) and get on better with guys more than girls. I haven’t worn a dress for six or seven years. All the children in my family are male, so I’ve grown up around boys. People are continually saying I’m too boyish and not ladylike enough, but I don’t care. I’m fine as I am.



PJ by eaknox
May 21, 2014, 10:47 am
Filed under: Bullying, Identity, LGBT, Sports, Tomboy, Tomboy Fashion, Tomboy Hobbies, Tomboy Stories

Sup, i’m PJ. I’m 15 and i’ve been a tomboy since forever. I was born in a small and poor country in Europe so all my clothes came from my guy cousins and I actually grew fond of it. I despise dresses and skirts. Honestly, I can’t ride my skateboard with that crap on and how would I survive a zombie apocalypse in those hell heels. I love my video games, and sports. But I’ve always been out casted. for some reason people love making assumptions. The thing is, I’m heterosexual, I’m catholic (but i have nothing against homosexuals, bi, transgender or asexuals) and I’m not dumb either. I actually have the 2nd highest gpa in my sophomore class with a 4.03 yet I’m seen for the outside. I still wear eye makeup like eyeliner but that’s not good enough to stop the names or my parents annoyance of my anti-femininity. and somehow my music taste gets wrapped up in it too. I love classic rock and modern rock. I constantly listen to Nirvana, Queen, My Chemical Romance, Paramore, BVB, FOB, P!ATD, etc. I don’t understand what any of this has to do with what type of a person I am and why people judge me and want me to change. I feel you all, but we can grow stronger
Here’s to the tomboys!



Maggie by eaknox
May 21, 2014, 10:42 am
Filed under: Bullying, LGBT, Tomboy, Tomboy Fashion, Tomboy Hobbies

I’m 14 going to 15. And, of course, I’m a tomboy. I hate wearing dresses, skirts, etc. I usually wear black sweatpants and some sort of t-shirt that was for guys instead of girls. My school is incredibly judgmental, and since the majority of my grade are stuck up girls, I fit in terribly. I’m not accepted into any girl group, not even if my personality is one of the best ones out there. I hear girls talk behind my back, calling me a nerd, freak, loser and any other degrading school social class there is out there. I make the best of friends with geeks and nerds because they normally accept who I am. As advice, just continue to be yourself. It’s not your real fault that your a tomboy. Your just born with it. When I was only 3 I even said that I am a tomboy and I don’t care who thinks otherwise. Girls can say what they want, that’s their problem.




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