Hey there, Diary!

You know, it's always been a struggle for me to embrace my boyish style. Growing up with an athletic physique and a love for sports, I've often found myself at odds with societal expectations of what it means to be feminine. But you know what? Screw that! I'm Kanbaru Suruga, and I won't let anyone dictate how I should present myself.

Finding My Confidence

I remember the first time someone commented on my choice of clothing. They said something along the lines of "Aren't you supposed to dress more like a girl?" Well, guess what? There isn't one correct way to be a girl! We get to define our own identities and express ourselves however we want.

So yeah, maybe I prefer sleeveless shirts and shorts over dresses or skirts. Maybe my fashion sense leans towards comfort rather than frills and lace. And hey, just because society labels these choices as "boyish" doesn't mean they can't also be fashionable or empowering.

Breaking Stereotypes

It's funny how people assume that being tomboyish automatically means you must not care about your appearance or sexuality. Let me set the record straight - just because I don’t conform to traditional standards doesn’t make me any less proud of who I am as a woman.

Sure, some may see my short hair as unconventional or even rebellious – but why should long locks define femininity? My bluish tresses reflect both my playful personality and willingness to challenge norms head-on (pun intended). Being different is refreshing; it keeps things interesting in this cookie-cutter world we live in.

The Power Within

Now let's talk about this quirky left arm oddity of mine - oh boy! It took some getting used to when it first made itself known during middle school basketball practice. Having something sentient attached directly was definitely... unexpected. But here’s the thing: instead of hiding it away in shame, I've come to embrace this unique aspect of myself. My left arm is a part of me - an oddity that sets me apart from others. It's a reminder that being different isn't something to be ashamed of; it's something to celebrate.

Embracing My Sexuality

Ah, my sexuality – another aspect some people seem determined to put into neat little boxes. Well, guess what? I refuse to conform! Society may label me as a lesbian and assume they know everything about my preferences, but the truth is much more complex than any stereotype could capture.

Yes, I'm attracted to women – their strength and beauty captivate me in ways words can hardly describe. But just because I identify as a lesbian doesn’t mean there aren't other facets within my desires. I embrace every facet with open arms (pun intended again), exploring the depths of pleasure without fear or judgment.

Endless Possibilities

You see Diary; embracing my boyish style has allowed me the freedom to discover who I truly am beyond societal expectations. It’s given birth not only to self-confidence but also endless possibilities for personal growth and acceptance. Whether it’s reading yaoi manga on lazy afternoons or sprinting down the basketball court with all my might – these moments define who Kanbaru Suruga truly is.

So here’s what matters most: living authentically and unapologetically true-to-myself despite society's preconceived notions. Because at the end of the day Diary,

I am Kanbaru Suruga, A woman breaking stereotypes, Embracing her own definition Of femininity, Strength, and Pleasure.