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We and Them

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We may not lack delicacy, sensitivity, respect, emotions or feelings, what we lack is time. We live a long time on the side of our mothers, our sisters, aunts, godmothers, cousins ​​and teachers, but we only live our time. On video game afternoons while we tried to get to the end of the game, my cousin might just want to be part of the class, while the mother cooked and made cakes, wanted more than to feed us, take care and give affection through the cake and the teacher who I would take the pencil together, if I wanted to be a lifelong skill.

But we are from our time, we are from the right kick in the goal, from the little jokes in the middle of the room to attract the attention of the girls, the joke in the size of the nose, cheek, belly and ear, we are the bread and sausage of the day of sixth and the pain, not the reason but the pain of the ears tug.

They also have a time, not of those who make themselves understood, but in the subjectivity of the time itself, it is not if you kick the ball in the goal, it is if you do not hit a correct shot, it is not whether it will attract attention, it is whether all the time, it is not making fun of the nose, cheek, belly or ear it is making fun and being made fun of without feeling ugly, it is knowing who doesn’t like bread with sausage and feeling the pain but understanding why the tug of ears.

It is not now that the Amazon saves the “prince”, it was not from now that they realized its power, but it was now that they began to fear it. It’s hard to understand that while we have to grow up, to doubt it, women grow up in doubt. And the little I know about it; comes from the little time I share with the women to whom all our time should belong.


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