The level of questioning I was under, coming at such young age. People asking me, “What do you think of this? Who are you, who are you, who are you?” I felt so inadequate because I just didn’t have answers yet. I had so many friends who had a clear sense of self. Who knew that they liked certain things, like the smell of grass, or what their favorite color was. I envied those girls because I was so unsure of myself. I questioned everything. I was terrified by the level of interest in me. I spent most of my time trying to convince everyone I was incredibly boring because I needed privacy and a minute to figure myself out. — Happy 27th Birthday Emma Charlotte Duerre Watson! (April 15, 1990)
i just want you to know i was born male and i feel the opposite way in your comic. i never felt men were superior due to this teaching. i always felt the opposite. that because of my gender, i was inferior. women could like whatever they wanted, but men were restricted and controlled. women were allowed freedom of expression. men were forced to dressed like a utility. a tool. expression gets in the way of work, and work is all men are for. i never thought men were superior. only the opposite.