@LCT-COMICS I correspond to the most negative stereotypes about so-called "strong, independent women" (LOL). I'm egoistic, arrogant, like a bunch of elements of clothes and accessories in "manly style", have a good education and work, but in the same time, I'm unhappy, feel empty inside and have a lot of bad habits at once; I can't and don't like cook and know almost nothing about all things, in which women traditionally should be good and am cynical in many life aspects. But in the same time, in the bottom of my heart, I want to be loved, as all people want. It's stereotypical up to degree of caricature and funny, but that's how it is.
Not that I seriously perceive myself as strong and independent person (LOL); of course, it's just ironical characteristic, given from society to women like me. In our society almost every woman, who goes her own way instead of following "normal" gender role and who doesn't count on men too much, is called "strong and independent". Sometimes they say it with sarcasm, sometimes with respect. But more often with sarcasm.