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Marion Edey

  • I don't expend mental energy trying to figure out what's masculine or feminine. I don't think about it. And I think I'm freer not thinking about it. There is some correlation to physiology, but it's not complete, and there's no need to strain it. The natural differences between men and women will maintain themselves. People don't have to get uptight and force themselves for ideological reasons to be 'masculine' or 'feminine.' I disapprove of social coercion in that direction. If it's natural and biologically inevitable, it'll stand up by itself. And if it's not natural, then who needs it?

    • Marion Edey,
    • in Joyce Teitz, What's a Nice Girl Like You Doing in a Place Like This? ()

Marion Edey