Ima have to doubt that. In my experience, women aren't awkward. Girls, boys, nerds of all genders and ages... sure. But generally women all tend to be either graceful, girly, or sporty in terms of physical movement. Actually, now that I think about it, The Spice Girls were a pretty good cross-section.
Doubt away! Meanwhile I will continue to run into my desk and various chairs, bang my knobby elbows, knock stuff over with my uncoordinated hands, and trip over my own oversized feet.
Either way, awkwardness can be very girly. There's an entire set of tropes based on this perception, in fact. You yourself say girls can be awkward, and then go on to ascribe a subcategory of women the descriptor "girly." Additionally you say "nerds of all genders and ages" implying nerdy women can be awkward. I was primarily talking about body types and proportions when bringing up awkwardness, and I think your above description of general women is a rather narrow set of standards that excludes plenty of body types like lanky or heavy set women. Then there are differing levels of androgyny, and while graceful and sporty can describe dimensions of this, it doesn't encapsulate it.
You knew I was going to comment on this, surely. This is some scheme to get me to post more. i mean... the Spice Girls are a pretty good cross section of womanhood? Oh that's a load, and you know it. U_U
Or the perfect fursona for a fashion model.
Kiteki and I used to be long distance smoking buddies. I'll always associate portable audio with smoking as a result.
Also I've mentioned my clove cigarette vice a few times in here.