Profile: —

You can call me… crazy but that’s all right.

I identify as… a human, female in the biological sense, but a little different when it comes to gender identity – comfortable with my body but wishing it were a little more boy-shaped/androgynous sometimes. Basically, queer. Labels are kind of annoying, but are good for rallying points.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … female, although it’s fun when people mistake me for a boy because I like being androgynous.

I’m attracted to… Skin is skin.

When people talk about me, I want them to… not jump to their own conclusions.

I want people to understand… making more labels isn’t exactly going to solve anything.


About —
A girl everyone thinks is too young to “decide” being queer by herself. Small Korean with glasses and a short pixie cut. Amazingly tolerant parents who could care less who she loves as long as they don’t do pot or shoot people. Bookish nerd. Likes cats and playing with hair but not cats playing with hair.

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Posted by on December 25th, 2009 at 04:00 pm

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