@Darsha - It's not complaining if its the truth. That's the point of this question.
And to answer this question, I'm alright with being a female but there are some imperfections however, it's all part of life.
PMS need I say more
-Being unable to just unzip my fly and pee when I'm in the middle of nowhere.
-Effin' period every month!
Pretty much it. I'm quite satisfied with my gender in every other respect, except those slight biological nuisances.
Gender: Feminist stereotypes. Everyone thinks of feminists as "feminazis" and the extremist give all feminists a bad name. I mean, I personally don't consider myself a feminist (not because I think badly of feminists, but because I have done anything to fight for equality), but it annoys me so much.
S^x: Periods and PMS. Like, I don't want kids, why should I have to deal with that?
@neverisapromise, I don't see how feminists would annoy you in general. I mean, yes, there are annoying people in every group, but that doesn't mean that generalizations are completely necessary, does it? Also, girls can sing screamo. I personally can't, but I've heard girls scream.
I cannot do the job I want to do, and the feminists annoy the hell out of me (I am always asked if I am a feminist, and I get so much shlt when I say I am not... "But you are a girl!" etc.). Also, I cannot sing screamo and I wish I could.
Wow. This question has been answered mostly by female, complaining about expectations, how they are compared with boys, stereotypes, and girl issues like periods. Now let's analyze! What do you think this kind of data means?
So much: periods, makeup (not just being forced to wear it, but the fact that some is expensive af), rape statistics, portrayal of women in books/movies/tv/etc that tells people they're weak and nothing without men/love/etc, other girls and their bullying in a way that's usually not physical, boobs (bc back pains and I can't take off my shirt like a guy if it's hot outside), heels, having to decide from dresses, skirts, and more for parties (I never know how casual to be, lol), and more, haha
1. Boys going harder on you in study groups.
2. Boys being like "go easy on her, she's a girl" in gym.
3. Adults expecting you to be responsible for the kids when they're not around.
Oh, and: to WithGreatPower, I personally find shyer guys more approachable and easier to talk to than the super confident ones. Insecure people make me feel like I am in control of the situation. Sorry about that sick way of thinking (anyone agrees with me btw? :3), but I hope you got the idea (which was the first sentence) X)