W-O-M-A-N  

rm_EveLWoman 55F
405 posts
2/15/2006 6:05 am

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W-O-M-A-N

One of Eve's many personalities is a nosey...I mean curious one, and wants to know...

I Knew I Was a Woman When

Okay, ladies, fill in the blank, with as little or much as you can think of:

I knew I was a woman when __________________



rm_emmie234 52F
608 posts
2/15/2006 12:13 pm

Must say, I love the pic, symbolically provacative, and beautiful.

The strength of being a female has always been with me. The conviction that being a woman, full of strength, life and love, has never faltered.

The difference between girl and woman evolved gradually more due to my profession as a nurse. Having to deal with life and death matters at a young age, supporting others much older than I with end of life decisions, and defining my own ethical ideals, encouraged my growth earlier than some.

Also, the sexuality with being a woman grew more appaent throughout college and my early 20's, with all the pleasures, and the benefits.

~E~


ticktock500 43M

2/15/2006 12:18 pm

when i got my first period


pinkplaytoyz 49F

2/15/2006 12:23 pm

when i stopped thinking of myself first


FeelKindaLonely 44F

2/15/2006 2:45 pm

...When I first saw myself as a sexual, sensual person.


LadytoPleaseYou 64F
5447 posts
2/15/2006 3:00 pm

I don't think I have arrived at that point. The little girl in me is still very much present in my life. In my heart I am still 16. An experienced 16....a very experienced 16. But after giving birth to five beautiful children and raising them to adulthood and then watching them in turn give life to their children, I may consider the honor of being a woman. For that matter anyone can call me a woman if they want to, as long as they don't preface it with "old".

PENIS CHARMING....where are you?


rm_1hotwahine 62F
21091 posts
2/15/2006 4:44 pm

Even tho I was a co-instigator of this question, I'm a little iffy on what my answer might be. Here's what comes to me now:

I found my first grey hair on my 24th birthday, but that was more about knowing I was an adult

There was a moment in my early 20's where I caught a glimpse of myself in the mirror and I just knew, at that moment, I was no longer a girl. It didn't "happen" then - I mean that was the awareness. It was just the look on my face. Hard to explain but I can still picture it (and the cool Red/White suit I was wearing, lol )

Also: becoming a mom - being pregnant and then a moment when I held my son and kissed him on his fuzzy little newborn forehead.

That's it for now...

Yeah, I'm still [blog 1hotwahine]


slidein2meplz 61F
1994 posts
2/15/2006 4:52 pm

When I was in the 6th grade and my boobs went from nothing to a C cup in what seemed like overnight....and also during that same age...when I did everything I could to get the attenion of "Victor"..a hot little mexican number in 6th grade...when I started my period when I was in the 7th grade....and also later on in my late teen and early 20's... when I noticed that I could turn men's heads depending on how tight my sweater was....when at 21 I gave birth to my daughter....and lastly...the first time I had sex and had an orgasm....many, many years after marriage/child birth/divorce....

~~~ Just me, poppin to say HI! ~~


rm_kelli4u2dew 41F
5220 posts
2/15/2006 6:09 pm

When I came home after my first year in college. I had "blossomed" during that year, and I walked in the house and said, "Hi dad!" and he did a double take. From that moment on, he has treated me different, talked to me different. I knew I wasn't a little girl any more.


mangomamiCT 41F

2/15/2006 8:23 pm

I knew I was a woman when I took responsibility for my own choices.No excuses , no BS , just yep I did it and now I'm gonna have to fix it .


rm_sj365 55F
2414 posts
2/15/2006 8:32 pm

I think i knew for sure when my husband died. I found a strength beyond anything I had ever known or even seen. In the midst of all the other wacky emotions...there was something empowering about having to 'take charge' of what was left of my family and survive my own grief all at the same time. I might have doubted it befor that...but after? i KNEW.


horatio1815 46M/35F

2/15/2006 9:44 pm

when i learnt to open doors with just a smile.......


JustaSeeker 105F

2/15/2006 9:57 pm

When my own mother died. She was such a strong woman, creative and passionate, with a presence. People admired her, and I think even feared her a little, because she stood firm and had the courage of her convictions. Also a hellatious temper. When I think back on her life, she was really pretty amazing. I was never able to break free of her shadow while she was alive, but when she died, I began to realize that it was nature's way of giving me my time. I can't say that I did it overnight, but gradually I've become a woman in my own right, not imitating her but incorporating her good qualities into my own way of being; shining my own light on the world.


womanoirish 53F

2/16/2006 12:24 am

I knew I was a woman when…

I kissed a boy for the first time.

I went to my first dance.

I punched my older brother and he went crying to our parents like a big pussy.

I learned how to turn cartwheels.

my father told me my goal in life was to marry.

my mother told me about a woman’s monthly visitor.

I gave birth.

I bought a car all on my own for the first time.

I got a divorce.

I look at babies and I smile and cry at the same time.

I finally had enough experience and education to negotiate a good job offer.

I heard Andrea Bocelli sing and it brought tears to my eyes.

I made love with a man I was in love with.

I figured out I could hold my own in almost any situation.

I realized the older I get, the less I know & I kinda like it that way.


caressmewell 53F

2/16/2006 9:59 am

At 23 when I became pregnant with my first.


mpsbuck 34M
1 post
2/16/2006 1:14 pm

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vanna4u 38F

2/16/2006 5:40 pm

When what? You didn't finish the question!


tillerbabe 55F

2/17/2006 3:06 am

..when I had my first abortion.


MOfunNOWWOW 55F

2/19/2006 7:14 pm

W hen I
O vercame
M y
A pprehension &
N ightmares

from childhood finally at the age of 30 and moved on. Up until then I was a scared little girl. Now I am a confident woman with well defined boundaries.


MOMO
just a squirrel trying to get a nut


impish_pixie 54F
6867 posts
2/20/2006 2:09 pm

When I learned it was up to me to be the master of my own destiny. When I learned I alone was responsbile for my happiness.

I make mistakes, I am out of control & at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best. ~Marilyn


crazygurl2xx 56F

2/20/2006 5:19 pm

When I looked down and realized that my pregnant belly announced to the whole world that yes indeed i WAS having sex and here was the proof! LOL


hisnhers311 60M/57F

2/21/2006 5:24 am

When I first started breastfeeding.
When the my first lover inhaled my female scent from top to bottom.
When I had two men!
When I used my first strapon!!!!!!!!!!!!
When I'm home alone and feel complete!

Be well all!

Min


NSAAddict 42F

2/21/2006 1:56 pm

When I lost my virginity, so cliche but that's when I stopped feeling like a girl and felt like a real woman


redlipsprincess
(Princess Lips)
51F

2/23/2006 12:04 am


_____when I got my "friend" at 9.
_____when boys snapped my bra, and stared at my woman like boobs in 6th grade.
_____when I went to my first boy/girl party,played spin the bottle, and made out with a boy in the closet.
_____when I no longer fit in "girls clothes", and men started looking at me different cuz I had curves.


TTFN


HBowt2 58F

3/15/2006 1:56 am

There were 2 questions here for me ..one was when did I recognise I was treated differently because I was a woman and that would have been when I got married first. In Ireland woman who got married were expected to give up their jobs...leave work. The law to compel them to do this had been removed but the expectation was still there. I felt this was very unfair and stayed on....and as more of us did that so it became the norm.

Now when did I feel like a woman....when did I know that being a woman was something to be proud of....know that the strengths I had as a woman were immeasurable.....recently ....and I'm having such fun since then ....lol


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