My Point-- and I Do Have One - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 12 is titled Ellen DeGeneres Is A Man! Ellen once wishes that she is a man when the ladies' room was locked. Ellen is surprised that many people wonder why she never wears skirts and always prefers pants. Ellen does not like heels, dresses, or pantyhose. In fact, she thinks that high heels should be outlawed because they destroy female feet. Ellen can prove that she is a girl because she always goes to the little girls' room when she is out in public.

Ellen admits to being less than confident about the way she looks. She figures that even supermodels can sometimes look in the mirror and see parts that are less perfect than other parts. On a serious note, Ellen feels that her appearance is not as important as her thoughts and creativity and energy and relations with other...

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