Actor Tilda Swinton once commented:
“I’m very often referred to as ‘Sir’ in elevators and such. I think it has to do with being this tall and not wearing much lipstick. I think people just can’t imagine I’d be a woman if I look like this.”
How does gender identity impact how we express our creativity?
In his post From George and Lennox to Gaga and Lambert: Androgyny, Creativity, and Pop Culture [Psychology Today blog], psychologist Scott Barry Kaufman points out:
“Explicit displays of androgyny are everywhere these days, from the hip thrusting performances of Adam Lambert to the motorcyle riding feats of Lady Gaga. …
“Is all this individual excess making us a more narcissistic society? What about the potential benefits for creativity?”
Continued in article Gender Identity and Being Creative.