My thoughts on masculinity is that it is not simply defined by any specific gender. Masculinity to me equals strength; in the way one feels and presents themselves. And, it's a type of confidence that isn't cocky; but proud. Growing up, I was a tomboy (I guess I still am haha), but it wasn't until last October that I made the decision to cut my hair. And it wasn't until then that I realized that I could finally relax. Because finally, how I physically portrayed myself matched how I felt on the inside. What I love about being masculine (and what I love about your project) is that I can show the world that being masculine isn't just for men. Because it isn't just about physical strength, it's also the strength we carry within ourselves. And that strength is represented in the way we dress and the way we carry ourselves.