Pink, blue, Barbie or GameBoy. Ever since I could remember, gender has always been associated with some form of symbol, color, or product. Each of these items have been used to define how boys and girls should act and where their interests should lay. The traditional gender system is primarily used to divide men and women. During the semester in which I took a Cultures & Values class, I wrote a paper on the idea of gender fluidity. My thesis discussed the possibility of blurring the divide between the two genders. I began by explaining the definition of sex, and how for most living orgasms their sex; weather they be male or female is fixed, due to their biological make up. Gender on the other hand, is not as definitive and one's gender identity can be altered according to the person's preference. For example, I personally identity as gender fluid. Growing up I've always felt like a girl but was never really able to express my more feminine side because I was a boy and 'boys' aren't supposed to be interested in 'girly' things. But I couldn't help it, I was just drawn to similar things that the girls would like. However, that's not to say I wasn't interested in boy things at all. I loved superheroes, watching the Power Rangers, and playing video games. As I grew, my interest for both girly and boyish things didn't really change much. In high school, I taught myself how to apply make-up and I started dabbling in drag. Putting on a dress, wig, and heels made me feel so liberated, like I was finally able to experience the woman within. As of now I no longer struggle with my gender identity, but question of "would I rather live the rest my life as a full time woman or a part time man?" still remains. So to answer the question of "How can tell if you're a boy, girl, or something else entirely?" depends on how you view yourself and where on the gender spectrum you feel comfortable; boy, girl, gender fluid or maybe even non-binary.