Mimi

I remember when I came out to my parents last year and them telling me ‘this doesn’t mean you can dress like a dyke and stop shaving your legs’. I was so hurt, and ever since then they’ve been forcing this feminine, girly style on me which I haaaaaate. I’m not even allowed to cut my hair (I don’t even want it super short it’s just annoying) and It’s making me uncomfortable because I hate dresses and skirts or clothes that are tight. I’m a tomboy and I can’t be myself if I’m forced to wear things that make me feel uncomfortable. I’ve tried to adapt my style to feel comfortable and make my parents accept me but I don’t know what to do anymore.

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