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The Beginning

I was born with……nothing. No disease, no mental illnesses, I’m healthy, I have a prefect family, unfortunately. Back then, i was the first daughter, the first little sister to my elder brother, 2 years my senior. 353 more words


How I know I am a tom boy

Mustard, horse-radish, and blue cheese are now the most amazing condiments ever. On everything.
A steak isn’t good unless it’s cooked rare.
My “purse” is a backpack. 314 more words


I Never Learned to Eat Like a Girl

I’ve always been sort of a tomboy. I never liked dresses (although now I love them, I’m wearing one right now, in fact). I never was fussy in a girly-girl type of way. 510 more words


Film review: Tomboy a refreshing story about children and gender roles

By Joanna Wagner
LGBT Perspectives TV & Film critic

SAN FRANCISCO — Tomboy (2011) is a refreshing look at childhood. From the very beginning when we’re introduced to Laure (Zoé Héran), she is smiling and looking around herself with the wind in her hair as the world passes her by. 590 more words

Joanna Wagner

Film Review: Tomboy (2011)

Film Review: Tomboy (2011)

Ten-year-old Mikael, portrayed by award winning actress Zoé Héran, is a transgender boy who has recently moved into a new neighborhood with his parents and younger sister, six-year-old Jeanne. 585 more words

Writing Center Blog

Back to School

I love school. I always have and always will. Some people like school for the social aspect, which I definitely relate to in college, but if you’re like me, there’s something about the excitement of learning new things never gets old. 834 more words