I have a hard time getting my hand on the exact number of colors that were popular, but I can honestly say that I remember only a few:
As a child, a lot of people talked about a world where everyone had an identity—as a boy or a girl. I remember being really taken with the idea of being a boy, and it just grew inside of me as all the different things I liked. I grew up knowing what I liked when I was a little kid, and it never lost that feeling.
Now, I’m a huge fan of pop culture, especially sci-fi, and it’s been really cool to see how the world continues to change and evolve. To me, it seems like it was always possible to be anyone—anywhere and whatever gender and background you wanted. And now, in the new world we live in, there really are so many genders, and so many ethnicities that represent that.
If I have to pick one color as the universal color I want to wear, it would have to be this!
For another color I’ve always wanted to wear…
I love all the colours that are used in pop culture—so I’m looking forward to what’s coming next. Maybe one day I’ll just look back at the 1980’s and be like, “Wooooow! I was that guy!” I’m excited!
Any final thoughts or tips or insights to share?
I had a friend who wanted to be a superhero, but she was not one. She was kind of confused. So I made it really clear: I don’t want to wear my favorite color unless I absolutely love what I’m making. I love making fun things, and if you can make something fun that I want to do but it doesn’t look as good or you have other things to do that day, I would love to know. There’s just such a lot of options around.
And for a final advice to women out there…
If you’re not ready to give it all up to a man in all the ways you want, stop trying to be someone else. If you feel like you’re making yourself a bad person by not being who you want to be, that’s what’s going to get you hurt.
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