What does “girl” mean to you?
Are you one of those who doesn’t want to admit it?
And if so, what do you want?
The “girl in a uniform” article that started as a blog post in 2013 has become the first-ever list of gender-neutral gender stereotypes, with the goal of creating a safe space for people to share their feelings about gender and sexuality.
The list was designed as a place for people, and especially women, to share and celebrate their personal and gender identities.
But it also serves as a space for those of us who have felt invisible or invisible in the United States for too long to express ourselves.
The blog post went viral with thousands of readers.
It was one of several that emerged on social media, including one about the death of a transgender woman in Alabama and another about the rape and murder of a trans woman in California.
“The goal of the project is to make a space where all people can share their own experiences of being invisible,” the blog post reads.
The first part of the list, the “girl uniform” category, was started by a man who called himself a trans person, and the rest was compiled over the course of years by volunteers who were either friends of the blogger or were part of a larger group of trans people who shared their experiences.
The blog post was launched on February 2, 2017.
The next two weeks were filled with updates, and a number of changes were made to the list as the blog grew in popularity.
After the first couple of weeks, the number of gender neutral gender stereotypes increased dramatically.
There were five categories: A uniform, a skirt, a dress, a hat, and socks.
In addition to the uniform, there was a dress for girls and a dress and a skirt for boys.
The hat category had two hats, a long-sleeved hat and a short-sleeve hat.
All the gender-sensitivity policies were revised, including the one that said that men and women can wear the same uniform, but that they cannot wear the hats and the dress.
The hats are required to be sleeveless and can be worn with or without the hat.
The rules for the socks category were updated to require men to wear socks, and women to wear gloves.
The first few days were rough.
The list was inundated with requests from people who wanted to share experiences or discuss gender and sexual identities.
Many were shocked that some of the stereotypes were still on the list.
Some of the comments that came back were encouraging.
“Just want to let you know I’ve never been so much as told my gender,” one reader wrote.
“I think it’s important to have the space for anyone who doesn’ want to feel invisible.”
“I don’t know if I’m a girl,” wrote another.
“But I’m pretty sure that the boys and girls don’t feel the same way.”
Others were not so pleased.
“I just want to point out that it’s okay to be confused about what it means to be gender-fluid,” one wrote.
“If it’s not, then don’t worry,” another wrote.
But some felt that the changes were unnecessary, and that the gender neutral guidelines were a step in the right direction.
“The list has really grown over time, and I’m glad to see that the policies are now more inclusive,” one person wrote.
Other commenters took issue with the fact that some people were still feeling “unvisible.”
“What the hell does it say about you if you want to be considered a girl?
Why are you not a girl?” asked one person.
“It doesn’t matter what gender you are, just be who you are,” said another.
Another said, “I don’ see what you’re saying about the word ‘girl’ and the word female being interchangeable.”
“You just have to make up your mind,” wrote one person on the site.
One person also pointed out that some transgender people are not allowed to wear women’s clothes.
And yet another wrote, “If a person wants to wear pants and a shirt with a shirt underneath, that’s fine, and if they want to wear a skirt and a top with a skirt underneath, they have to.”
“The only way that I see to change these gender stereotypes is to stop talking about them,” said a person who wished to remain anonymous.
“Because it’s so hard to be invisible.”
A few people took the stance that gender neutrality is not really about gender at all, and instead just meant equal treatment for all people.
“It’s really about respecting people’s identities,” one of them wrote.
“”It’s not about gender.
Gender is just an arbitrary and oppressive construct that has no place in society.
“Another person, who did not want to give her name, wrote, “”Gender isn’t an arbitrary construct that can be changed, or removed.”