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Androgyny & Male Feminity

Gender conforms nothing to me since my teens I knew I was effeminate and what sort of bigotry around chasms of narrow passed down thoughts that being “feminine” is some how the negative “ying” to the positive “yang” of being “a man” in the context of denying your own weeping tear ducts and inner feeling states.

I am probably more happy now that I can have a matured head on my shoulders that I can take the assured nature of experience and use it now.

Paul Isaacs 2019

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Atypical Features & Androgyny

I have atypical eyelids, shaped eyebrows, a crooked mouth and nasal bridge however people have told me either I look like a woman and/or have features of a woman for which I am flattered by their optical observations of my variants of my somewhat fruitful and irregular visage.

Androgny can be a look as much as an attitude a timely peek into someone who is a mixture of masculine and feminine.

I am not perfect and that is what should be cherished a feeling of unshackled non-perfection I find solace and tempered grounding beneath my limbs in these thoughts and I can smile freely. 😊

Paul Isaacs 2018.


To Be Androgynous

Paul Bow in HairNote – This is from a personal perspective


For humans, androgyne in terms of gender identity is a person who does not fit neatly into the typical masculine and feminine gender roles of their society.

Androgynes may also use the term “ambigender” or “polygender” to describe themselves. Many androgynes identify as being mentally between woman and man, or as entirely genderless. They may identify as “non-gender”, “gender-neutral”, “agender”, “between genders”, “genderqueer”, “multigender”, “intergendered“, “pangender” or “gender fluid”.



androgynous  (ān-drŏj’ə-nəs) 

Having both female and male characteristics. 


In my first book “Living Through The Haze” I write about towards the end of my book about how I view myself in terms of gender although I am physically male (male reproductive organs). I identify with both masculine and feminine  and see a neutrality in that respect hence the the word androgynous which I would say I identify with.

Paul Isaacs 2014

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Being “You” – Mana- Sama Japanese Guitarist, Singer & Song Writer

Mana Sama

Mana Sama


One thing he does prove is that drag can be the highest form of art and lowest form of social conformity. Good on him! 🙂 I like the fact that he has paved his own style, his own music and has even set up this on fashion trend in Japan. Being yourself and not conforming to memes, stereotypes and suppression is so refreshing. 🙂




Paul Isaacs 2014