(Yigal Azrouel spring 2011 style.com)
Is there any difference between women's clothes and men's clothes? There used to be a difference a hundred years ago… still 50 years ago you could notice the difference. But when you look at some fashion shows today you can see that if you'd change the male models for female ones everyone would juts say it's womenswear. Kind of creepy… because when I was younger I wanted to be a boy, not a girl. I named all my stuffed animals with male names and I loved to fight against my little brother. I also loved the male heroes in all those Disney movies. I always wanted to be Peter Pan!
The women always looked so defenseless without a man and the men women were just fighting all day, having fun. You see why I wanted to be a boy not a stupid, boring girl, don't you??
Not that I wouldn't have admired any of the women in the movies. I was a big fan of Cinderella and Pocahontas and Mulan and Sissi! I was a huge fan of Sissi! I loved her clothes and I loved her "boyfriend" actually not boyfriend but the prince she was in love with. Pretty girly but I was obsessed with it. I kinda told my friend who never saw it all about the series in lower school. She just told me this week how boring it was to listen to me.
I still kinda want to be a boy sometimes. Boys have it so much easier than girls. We have a teacher who gave us girls more homwork just because she saw something in the tv a bout boys being neglected at school. Apparently boys are being neglected because girls weren't good in science and maths so they got all the teachers attention and now the poor boys need more attention so they can get better.
WHAT A CRAP?!So lately I've been thinking about how to be like one of those male fantasy heroes. I also found a way!
I admit my first try isn't like really whooming but it was really early in the morning when I got dressed so I just picked out what I was thinking about in relation with a hero.
(Chocolate easter bunny bell as bracelet!!)
Can you see who I am trying to be? It's PETER PAN! Green because he always wears green and the tie because he doesn't want to grow up. Neither do I but in the end I have a feeling. A feeling that tells me one day it might happen and not just like one day I'm a kid/ teenager whatever and the next I'm an adult. It will happen slowly and probably it already is happening. Wearing two things at the same time. Like a skirt and jeans. Something that doesn't go together but that's exactly what it's about. You don't leave Peter Pan behind you in one day you mix him with some other stuff until… (I wrote … because I don't really know what happens next).