This is what I found after searching #fierce on Facebook. I have no idea who they are.
I’m not sure what to think about it, but I find this pretty masculine, actually.
I don’t know, I keep thinking about how things are assigned to different genders and how it’s a societal thing.
The best way right now to describe my surface reaction is this:
Taylor Swift is to pop music, as those heels are to masculine aesthetic.
(They are a cross-over. Not too feminine, but masculine enough to be…”acceptable” to many in the general public)
Idk y’all….God didn’t assign gender to clothing…people did. You might not be able to pull this off yourself, or you might not be too into it, but I think what’s important is what is in their hearts while they wear them…#gettingtoodeep..halp
Could they be wearing it because they want attention from people, and are not willing allow the Lord to provide the needs of their heart?
Could they be doing it to brand themselves? Or to be validated by #WERKIT and #SICKENINGQUEEN!
They truly just want to wear heels because it looks cool on them.
(and might I add, they are wearing them the house DOWN)
What if you met a fierce, heel-wearing man who has never been touched by society’s “gender assignment” roles, loves the Lord with all their heart and have genuinely pure intentions and think clothing is just fabric without the gender assignment.
I like to think that I’m that way…I am more free than others but I definitely have been socialized to my gender assigned clothing. I don’t put that on others though to be exactly clear.
I mean back then, pants were for men. Now, it’s gender neutral, so who cares? This could go towards anything…but I’m more interested in the heart intentions of the individual.
I guess you can’t really separate culture from this, because life doesn’t work in a vacuum.
Someone come save me because I’m getting in too deep. hahah