Gender Week: What Sends a Message About Your Gender?

Chalkboard discussion in the Center, Day 2: How does the way you present yourself send a message about your gender? "I second-guess clothing choices often," "what kind of man am I?," "the world reads a message onto me," "I wear what I think I should," "I don't think about my gender," and more.

Chalkboard discussion in the Center, Day 2:
How does the way you present yourself send a message about your gender?
“I second-guess clothing choices often,” “what kind of man am I?,” “the world reads a message onto me,” “I wear what I think I should,” “I don’t think about my gender,” and more.

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About Zoe Harris

Zoe Harris, a senior, is celebrating her third year as co-managing editor of the Hyphen and as a reporter for the Paper Tiger. She is a leader of the literary magazine club, Lit Mag, and has written far too many weird poems. Zoe loves writing by Junot Díaz, David Sedaris, Mary Oliver, and Richard Siken, and the Harry Potter character she most closely identifies with is Luna Lovegood. She loves the Hyphen dearly and hopes readers do, too.

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