I love to be a woman
I am a woman. I am thankful for that, for I like being a woman.
In my cells I seem to carry an original memory, reminding me of an ancient form of matriarchal coexistence. (…)
I want to live in a community of men and women, with children, animals and plants, in such a way that I do not have to hide my true nature from the others. Perception and contact are sources of life as elementary as breathing. If these are given, then I love being a woman, for then I can fully be a woman. My fulfillment as a woman has always occurred in the community. This basic biological longing still lives in my cells today. Under the current societal conditions, I am forced to squeeze this longing for contact, permanence and faithfulness into much too narrow forms.