"I’ve always felt as if I was kind of a masculine woman. I don’t identify with stereotypical notions of femininity. I don’t think that women should be treated any differently than men. Women are human beings. I don’t really think about people in terms of masculine or feminine, but in terms of active or receptive. Receptive would be feminine in times past, but I just think of them as more receptive people. Then there are people who act out more and I’m certainly one of those. But I really try not to think about putting people in boxes."
— Ana Matronic (via touchmyupdo)
(Source: Daily Mail, via touchmyupdo)