All the times being a girl benefited me

– Getting into university
– Getting a job interview
– Taking advantage of women’s reputation of obedience and efficiency, thus having a better chance at getting the job
– No expectations to do tough, physical or dangerous jobs and often enjoying the comfort of an office straight away
– Getting equal or better pay in many fields of work
– Getting laid
– Getting dinner and cinema tickets for free
– Being treated with more sympathy by the teachers when being naughty at school. Also applicable to transportation control, authorities…
– Getting help for moving
– Getting stuff set up at my house
– Being flirted with
– Renting a house
– Having doors being opened for me
– Being defended against aggressors or any other type of danger

– Getting VIP access to safety boats in hypothetical sinking situation
– Getting a dramatically higher pay check in porn acting jobs
– Free of vulnerable and sensitive external genitalia between my legs, making horse riding and jet ‘skiing’ more enjoyable
– Level of horniness invisible to other people, due to lack of external erection
– Getting media attention for running a pornographic production company
– Sometimes treated like a princess
– Jewelry
– Getting to first row in a concert crowd – also due to my short size
– Being the boss of the house
– Being able to wear pink and other flashy colors
– Knowing that my hypothetical rape would be taken seriously
– Rarely having to do the first step in asking somebody out
– Having the last word regarding surprise pregnancies
– Having a much wider selection of shoes, clothes and accessories
– Living longer
– Lifting the lighter grocery bags
– Feeling sexy pretty much all the time
– Multiple orgasms.
{I bet things would be pretty different if things were reversed there}
– Longer, deeper orgasms
– Enjoying the touch and sight of my boobs at all times. Same for shiny, smoothly-shaved legs.
– Getting free entry in bars and clubs
– Getting free drinks
– Unashamed access to wide selection of sex toys
– Access to fascinating exploration of female libido
– Less physically challenging love making – not having to move too much is definitely a plus
– Being able to cry openly and in public spaces – female tears are bound to get people to come and help in no time
– Being free to fully feel my emotions and talk about them for bonding, analysis and catharsis
– Being free to openly care for my health and appearance
– Enjoying female friendship
– Not having to go to war
– Getting to bear a child and sharing that special bond – I assume it must be pretty nice for women so inclined – oh and the maternity leave that comes with it
– Less pressure to have a career and to make money for myself, thus allowing me the possibility of spending my time on more meaningful things like family and art
– Being less prejudiced against in the hypothetical case of becoming a lesbian, compared to gay men and the filthy stigma attached to them
– Getting easier access to babysitting and kid-related jobs
– Having a better chance at getting custody of kids in case of divorce
– Caring for my family the way only a woman knows how

– Oh, and knowing that if I’m ever in deep financial trouble, I can sell my panties online and pay rent.

  1. Courtney

    November 23, 2017 1:27 am

    Hi Lucie! I’m a fan of your blog and have been reading it since 2013. I have a lot to say about your “not a feminist” rhetoric–and your film making career as a whole–but I started my cycle and I’m curled up in bed. I see that you’ve posted a new blog, may I suggest a more apt title? All The Times Being A (Cis Hetero White) Girl Benefited Me.

    Thanks xoxo,


    • Lucie Blush

      November 24, 2017 6:47 pm

      Hey Courtney,
      After reading your comment, I read the whole article again, trying to see if my race or sexual orientation had anything to do with it, and, I don’t see how they are a factor. Being a foreigner can make things more difficult of course, but you can be discriminated against no matter your race. Being French, I was prejudiced against when trying to get a house in Germany, with people telling me to go back to my country…
      The only colour that really matters today is green. I started from scratch and made my own money, it didn’t matter if I was brown or yellow…
      Being a lesbian would have probably helped me greatly in my line of work. And about being cis, well, my body and I are one. If I was trans, things would indeed be much more difficult. If I had no arms too, but I wouldn’t blame people for not hiring me as their secretary…

      I studied international relations at university and I was surrounded with women from all around the world (there were about 2% of guys in my class). Some black women had rich parents who could pay their tuition. I had to work nights and week ends to make ends meet…

      This whole identity politics things is so reductive it doesn’t fit with the uniqueness of each of our lives. I believe we are all given gifts, tools we can use to overcome our challenges. If you spend your time thinking about how green the grass is on the other side, you’re just wasting your life.

    • Maverick

      August 15, 2018 7:16 am

      The overwhelming majority of female humans on this planet are “cis heterosexual” women, and this list doesn’t just apply to white heterosexual women–other women get many of these kinds of benefits, too. Particularly in spoiled Western society.

      Sorry, if this article seemed “heteronormative,” but such is reality: Most people alive are heterosexual. And we all exist by “heteronormative” means, so, yes, that does often become the predominant narrative among humanity.

  2. Courtney

    November 30, 2017 1:39 am


    1. You sound defensive and bitter AF.
    2. Dr. King–a beloved activist and Reverend who you may have heard of–made more money than most people. In today’s world he would’ve been a 1percenter. And ultimately what did he get killed for? Racism. Racism and money (green) go hand in hand. Read “The Half Has Never Been Told” by Edward Baptist.
    3. The reason why I mentioned the more apt title is because your so called benefits are UNIQUE and SPECIFIC to you. Have compassion and humanity for transgendered/non white women in particular who (statistically to this day) still make less than WW in many fields. I’m not a porn actress/director, but of course there are benefits of being someone like you in porn. But to think or assume that there’s equal or better pay outside of porn is simply a lie.
    4. And what about homeless women? Pads and tampons aren’t accessible to them bc they’re too expensive (I’m talking about in America). That’s not a benefit of being a “girl”.
    5. On a positive note, I think what you’re doing is great. I still believe that you’re a feminist director bc you create content that portrays sex in positive way and not making the dick as the main star. I’ve seen your progression over the years and I’m impressed that you’re doing what you love full time. For people who have been assaulted/molested/raped these films can maybe put their mind at ease about what to expect from sex.
    6. Ultimately we are of the human race, so you and I are practically cousins 🙂 God Bless

    • Lucie Blush

      December 3, 2017 4:09 pm

      Actually if it hadn’t been for my grandmother and her 40sqm2 apartment, my parents and I would have been homeless. Being white didn’t keep my mother from having to work 3 jobs while my father was unemployed. I had nothing when I started and I never expected anybody else to pay for my tampons. Instead of complaining, I worked my ass off. I didn’t need help from anybody and teaching young girls to be dependent on the government is simply evil and stupid.
      How can you be so blind.

    • Lashinda

      August 3, 2018 1:53 am

      It’s sad seeing my black sisters still cling to the old chains like they are owed some form of recognition for their ancestors suffering. I prefer to make my own destiny and not try to chain others into some form of guilt to make myself feel stronger in some petty way. I hope Courtney can wear the person she is with pride and grow out of her color.

  3. Emily

    March 28, 2018 10:34 am

    Courtney – I see you still believe in Lucie, but please do not support her. Do you know Laci Green? Lucie is going down the same road.

    • Lucie Blush

      April 14, 2018 8:30 am

      I’m way down the road already. Some are just quicker than others 😉

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