A beautiful lady from the inside out.<br>Although I don't consider myself "a feminist"<br>I was brought up in a family where we were free<br>of role models and stereotypes. <br>I became a forestry manager, and my brother a <br>master baker and a fine jeweler. <br><br>It made no difference what we read, or what path<br>we chose to travel, all four of us were equal in our<br>parents eyes, and encouraged to follow our dreams.<br><br>That's why I have a problem with people that try <br>to force me into their pre-conceived pigeon-hole <br>for their own comfort, since most people have an <br>inherent need for order to be able to deal with the<br>world around them. <br><br>"When they give you paper with lines on it...<br><br>w<br>r<br>i<br>t<br>e<br><br>t<br>h<br>e<br><br>o<br>t<br>h<br>e<br>r<br><br>w<br>a<br>y<br>!<br>"<br><br><br><br>
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