I love the idea of a female writer, but when you consider my own writing career I find it hard to see how I can justify writing about women.
My life as a woman writer is mostly a story of my own choices and failings, so I can’t pretend that it doesn’t affect how I see myself and how others see me.
The fact that I don’t have a female editor, I think, is a testament to how hard it is to find a place for women in a male-dominated industry, but it also highlights the challenge women writers face in terms of their own representation.
Writing is a masculine activity and it’s a masculine pursuit, and in some ways, there’s nothing wrong with that.
But as a writer it can be a daunting task, especially when you have to deal with male fans who find your work too overtly sexual, too overtly explicit.
When I first started writing I didn’t have any expectations of how it would end, but then I had to find out what it was like to write about men.
That was a shock, and I was terrified that I would disappoint anyone.
It was a process that I struggled with for the rest of my life.
But now I’m not so sure I want to do it any more.
I want a writer to be more open and transparent, but I don�t want to become a feminist by default.
It’s something that I can relate to, and it would be nice to feel I was helping others with their writing as well.
I am, after all, a writer.
I wrote a short story about a guy and I’m pretty sure I’ve written a few about women before.
I’ve also written about myself and I’ve done research on women writers.
I’m more than happy to be honest with you.
I don?t want this to be just a one-off experience.
But for me, the pressure I felt in my twenties to conform to male expectations of what it means to be women was a real issue.
I was trying to figure out what was wrong with me, and how to make the best of a situation.
When you don?ve been around for a long time, it can feel as if the world is watching you, and you can feel it more acutely than before.
That pressure is an important one, and as a female author it feels especially heavy.
I find myself thinking about writing the most misogynistic and racist things I can, because that is what I think is going to be written about me.
But when I do think about them, I can be more aware of how I should address them, and whether that means giving up some of my other ideas, such as the idea that I shouldn?t have to be perfect and a good writer.
The fear of writing about a particular person has been a constant in my writing since I was a teenager, but my writing has always been about women writers in general.
I have written about them and they have been written about.
I can see where this could be a problem, but at the same time, I’m glad that it has given me the confidence to do what I do.
I still think about my past, but that is more an excuse than a motivation for me to write more about the world around me.
When people say they don’t like it, it doesn?t surprise me that it bothers them.
It also doesn?ttr hurt that some of them feel like they can’t be bothered.
I feel very lucky that I have a lot of friends who do, and they all say the same things about how hard I have it to write, how much they are struggling to write.
But in reality, I love writing and I love being a writer, so that’s why I do it.
It?s a privilege to be able to write for people.
There are plenty of writers out there who are more aware and more open about it than I am.
But it is difficult to find people who can share my experiences, and to be the only person who doesn?ts have a good view of how much I struggle with this.
And as I look at my writing, I find that I still struggle with the same issues I had when I was young, and that is that my writing doesn?trts not necessarily fit neatly into any of the boxes that a woman might fall into.
It is still very much about myself.
I think about it a lot when I write, and sometimes I think it doesn�t quite make sense to me that a person with a very different life and a very similar experience would have written a novel about a young man who doesn�ts like it when I wear a dress, or who feels the need to say something about my family and me when I dress as a man.
But I do see my writing as an expression of the life I want people to see me as.
That is why I feel I can do what my writing can