Nan de Nu de?, Xin Tian Di

“Nan de Nu de” 男的女的 is something I hear all the time… Chinese people are trying to figure out if I’m a boy or girl, and I try and take it as a compliment although sometimes it can be a bit offensive. But honestly, Asians are typically more androgynous anyway, especially when a Chinese boy is dressed like this:

I’m not 100% positive he was a boy, but I’m pretty sure… But honestly, no one should care or judge what this boy is wearing as long as he likes it and he is comfortable in it. People should dress for themselves, not for others. Just because society says pink dresses are for girls doesn’t mean that only girls can wear them… So whether this child is a boy or girl is irrelevant to me, as long as he likes it and werks it!

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The emergence of style in China
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