I wear semi-skinny jeans sometimes, just like I wear non-skinny jeans. I like my mother and talk about my feelings to those I deem trustworthy. I like cooking and I'd like to learn how to sew
(just in case). I don't like watching races or most sports. I don't like playing sports. I like to write and draw (although I suck at it).
These are things people consider girly. Guess what? They aren't. I like the clothes I like for no goddamned reason, I like cooking for its near-limitless potential and basis in chemistry and I learned I like to write a few months ago (about the same time I learned I liked to draw).
However, I'd also love to try sky diving (my cousin promised to take me), rock climbing and go to a strip club.
I've done things which I won't post here, since they're semi-sexual in nature, I've been to a rock concert (which gave me tinnitus), I like physics, I love adrenaline, I like psychology, I like almost all musical genres, I love thinking... the list is endless.
Point is, the things you deem "girly" or "manly" are not either one. People like what they like. You wanna call me girly? Go right ahead. You wanna call me manly? Same thing.
I know what I like and I do what I like. I'm not forcing you to do anything with me.
As for self-described feminists
who indoctrinate little children into believing males are inferior to females: That is bad. That kind of behaviour needs to be stopped, and I feel sorry for those who were indoctrinated by them.
On a related note: I have uploaded a short video onto Youtube explaining the difference between discrimination and what feminism is turning into.