Profile: –

You can call me… Still haven’t found a name.

I identify as… Neutrois, asexual, and I generally don’t otherwise. For the most part I’m fairly fluid, but a few are set in stone.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … They. You can use whatever other GNPs you want, but I haven’t found one I like yet. I noticed I end up using “zey/zem/zeir” in my head a lot, may end up going with that.

I’m attracted to… Curiosities. I want to know everything and pick apart things I don’t understand until I do.

When people talk about me, I want them to… I’d actually rather they didn’t, it makes me nervous when people talk about me behind my back. Unless it’s something like “oh, hey, they asked if you could pick up some milk on your way home” or “they’re working on a project so try not to get ahold of them for the next week or so.” That’s cool.

I want people to understand… I don’t care about understanding – I don’t understand everything. I want them to tolerate. I want people to stop hating things just because they’re different and start accepting that even if you don’t know why a person is some way or don’t think they should be, that they ARE that way and it isn’t hurting you, so why hurt them?

» Define yourself. «

Posted by on December 16th, 2009 at 04:00 pm

Category: profiles 2 comments »

2 Responses to “Profile: –”

  1. Jack

    I love your “I want people to understand” section. Tolerance is a pretty good thing to want :)


  2. Lilybean

    Yessss, tolerance is more important than understanding.

    Also, good luck finding a name, Hyphen! ;)


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