When posing a question in an excited way, I like to utilize the interrobang. ‽
It's an amalgamation of male and female shapes. The curves of the question mark tend to remind me of a
subtle curiosity that exists within the female form. The straightness and bold image of the exclamation point
get me to thinking along the male way of thinking, straight and to the point.
When I ask "What is that!?", I'd better allow the femininity of the question mark to overrule the excited state
of the exclamation point if I expect any sort of plausible answer.
To acknowledge that there are two opposed gender views inside of a symbol allows me to view other things
in life with the same gender-sharing qualities. There are so many things that can take on both masculine and
feminine characteristics at the same time. And like the interrobang, it doesn't become clear until the symbol,
or subject is viewed in a zoomed in or blown up fashion. So let's look a little closer and find the femininity in
Just another thought in an hour I had to spare. Thank you and have a wonderful day!