If you’re a woman
Then I stand with you in solidarity
You’re free to embrace your feminine
And masculine energy
You can express yourself how you choose
Only you own your body
No one else can tell you
The kind of woman you should be.
If you’re a man
You can be strong and together
Or you can fall apart in a puddle of tears
There’s feelings that flow through us
For all these years
So of course let them go
Without holding onto social fears.
If you’re nonbinary
I respect you
And I want you to always live your truth
And if you think the world sees you
As a little too much “he”
Or a little too much “she”
Give it time, I know you’ll make them see
Who it is you really want to be.
If you don’t know what your gender is
Or if you’re confused or lost
Or afraid to find the truth
Because you’re worried about the cost
Don’t worry, I’m here
And many others are, too
You don’t have to have it figured out
Either way, I’ll support you.
Your gender is a part of you
It won’t stop me from loving you.