San Francisco, CA.
Masculinity allows me to look in the mirror and not want to look away. In these mirror moments, my masculinity is equal parts posture, haircut, jawline, and collars. Masculinity is also a part of the way that I walk, speak, think, and do. But it cannot exist without the balance of the feminine parts of me, and everything that lies between masculine and feminine -- my tendency to nurture, many of my mannerisms, my ability to set people at ease. And my performance and interpretation of masculinity, femininity, and the entire gender spectrum exists solely within the framework of the society of which I am a part.