Most Helpful Girl
Sometimes. A lot when I was little. I was raised as a major tomboy by my parents. You can imagine my surprise when I was told for the first time in school that I was a girl so I couldn't do something. I was like dafuq you talking about? Of COURSE I can do that! And there was the time when my grandmother came to town and was like, "You need a dress. Girls wear dresses." And I was like, "Dresses literally serve no purpose. They're not functional and they inhibit my ability to play basketball." and she was like. "Girls don't play basketball. That's a BOY sport." Hahahaha we did not get along for many many years.
My parents didn't raise me AS a girl. They raised me as female, but not as a girl. If that makes sense. They made sure that I knew what parts I had and what bathroom to use and everything but there were no attempts to dress me feminine or dictate what I could or could not do on the basis of my gender. So I guess I had my boy time as a kid.1
Most Helpful Guy
I think it would be interesting for, like, a day. I most definitely would not want to be female permanently. There's absolutely nothing wrong with women, obviously, it's just that I'm glad I'm male.
Like I said, though, it would be interesting to see how the other side lives for day. I couldn't imagine having sex with a guy, though (yuck!), so I'd probably just hit on some of my lesbian friends, lol.0