8 Answers

  1. I can only judge by your surroundings. Those girls who talk about themselves in the masculine gender are trying to show that they are different from the stereotypical definition of a girl. That is, you can communicate with them not only as a female representative, but also as a “bro”. Such a girl wants to show that she is never a stupid p****. If a girl talks about herself in the masculine gender, she seems to announce to the guys that she looks at the world through their own eyes. And it refers to friendship/sex/relationships without feminine conventions. As a rule, guys are attracted to it. And even if the girl actually turns out to be a real girl (with conventions, requests, requirements), it will be too late:)
    As a rule, this is how girls with a hidden inferiority complex behave. Who are afraid of being rejected as a girl, but know that they will be accepted as a bro. Well, how will it roll there)

  2. I'm not sure about the rest of them, but I'll answer for myself: sometimes (not always), I deliberately mention myself in the masculine gender, so as not to burn myself as a girl. And mostly I write in the masculine gender on anonymous forums/chats, etc.

    And why all this? Personally, I have this reason: according to my own observations, most people (not all) treat female representatives with contempt, disdain and bias, and they can very much smear me for being born with a vagina between my legs, and in general pretty much spoil my nerves with their attacks.Therefore, in order to preserve my nerves, it is easier for me to pretend to be a peasant (a representative of the privileged class), whose opinion will always be taken into account and only in extreme cases will be severely criticized.

  3. Personally, I do this because it's:

    1. Joyfully.

    2. Quickly.

    3. Simply so.

    Well, actually, I add a soft sign at the end, because I personally think that I don't really look like a typical girl. No, I'm a girl, and ordinary, just the style of “I'm a fashionista-beauty” does not suit me, and the endings on a, for some reason, sound humiliating in my head, as if I'm making excuses. But I don't often communicate like this, and I don't elevate anyone in front of anyone.

  4. I'll answer for myself. As a child, they learned to speak in the feminine gender for a long time. Now, of course, I speak more often in feminine, but these endings are annoying. But sometimes, when I'm relaxed or in a friendly correspondence I speak in a man's language – so I'm much more comfortable. They often think that they are not clear who they are when they start speaking in masculine:) But again, in social networks and the Internet, they listen to the opinion at least somehow, if I write from a male profile.

    It's not that I want to be a boy or a”brother.” I like being a girl, but these are the endings… ah, my headache. And sometimes I just think it's cute to say that)

  5. In my environment, here are a few girls-boys, tomboys, who in society behave “like men”, they have a male image, respectively, they do not always feel like girls. Well, yes, they are non-traditional orientation. However, I understand perfectly well that not all girls who apply to M. R. are such

  6. I do not agree with the answers on the topic of sexism, in my case everything is somewhat different. Role-playing girls quite often use the so-called term: Crosspol. Quite practical and convenient in the role-playing world.

    Also, some girls want to be seen in their face, first of all, as a brother or friend.

  7. For some reason, I expected that my thoughts on this subject would already be written here, but no. Personally, I sometimes talk about myself and my female friends in a man's face to make the phrase sound funnier. I have no desire to “rise to the level of men” and be “on par”with them. We, girls, and so not lower and not worse) And I'm just amused by this “I'm ready to go to lunch” coming out of my friend's mouth) And it all started with the sweetest comic about “I made”)

  8. I will add to the previous answers that this may be due to the fact that a woman may oppose herself to other women and believe that “she has risen to the level of men”. I think it is wrong to deny the systemic nature of discrimination, when it is more difficult for women to achieve the same results in society as men, and to consider women as helpless victims on whom nothing depends. Women should support the rights of other women, and men should also support women's rights. There are also transgender people who talk and write about themselves in an “atypical” way. Writing can be easier than speaking, because when talking, the assessment of behavior by others with the perception of a certain gender is more noticeable.


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