|I could never do this because I|
could never even lift
"Growing up, my female relatives realized from early on that I was a little sissy and treated me as such. As a teenager, my chores around the house were always limited to things that girls would do. I recall many times when I was unable to do certain tasks expected of a typical boy my age the females around the house would often say to me 'don't try to do that sweetie,' we will get a "boy" to do it. It seems as though even back then everyone knew I was a girl except me."
That pretty much says it all for us sissies, does it not? As a sissy teen, probably the most manly chore I ever did was cut the grass with a push lawnmower!
-- I was never strong enough to carry anything heavy or dig a ditch or do anything at all related to construction.
|This was definitely more like me!|
And yes I have always loved housework!
-- I knew nothing about fixing a car, plumbing or electrical. And I still do not, except for the very basics. (Since I was nerdy, I do know a little about how to work with computers!)
Because I was a sissy, my father did not spend time with me, so I never learned how to do male things, as Joy states. I spent time with my mother, sisters, aunts and neighbor females, learning how to cook and bake and sew and about clothes and makeup.
Does this sound familiar to other besides Joy and me? I bet it does!