Have you ever seen a Highland cow? Specifically a Highland cow playing hide and seek? Go ahead, look it up… Do you understand now? Because you should now immediately understand why I want to go to college to increase my chances of getting a well-paying educated job. They’re, in a word, bewitching. In order to provide them with the best life I possibly could, funds are required. All jokes aside though, I want to become a gynecologist because women’s health is near and dear to my heart (with me being a woman and all). Too often women are discredited as being hysterical and prone to over-exaggeration. I hope to become an OB/GYN that believes and listens to her patients. I hope to become someone they can trust. I also hope to provide a safe space to those with a female reproductive systems that may not necessarily identify as a woman. They deserve to be just as healthy and happy as those of us who were born into a body that aligns with our gender. With the female anatomy being one of the many mysteries of the world, I hope to become someone who is able to further everyone’s understanding- even men’s- because it is crucial to not only the wellbeing of women, but the entire human population. So many problems can arise in a community with unhappy, unhealthy women: miserable women (yes this is a problem as most people deserve a good life), lower birth rates, an increase in motherless children (which can lead to a host of generational issues), and unhealthy men. After a long day of helping women and those that don’t necessarily conform to the gender binary, I’ll retire home to my two Highlands, Ginger and Ale, where we’ll play hide and seek until the sun sets.