Profile: Brit/Sky


You can call me… Brit or sky or even the scary lesbian if you prefer

I identify as… a real life gentleman, because women deserve it. genderqueer lesbian. which is confusing – i’m genderqueer yet prefer to be called lesbian…*sigh* fun life

As far as third-person pronouns go, … i prefer he, but they or her is acceptable i guess. it’s one of those great life things you kinda walk into blindly at first

I’m attracted to… my beautiful and kind girlfriend. otherwise, i’m into chicks with big hearts and a smart head on her shoulders… otherwise known as my girlfriend. my life partner forever and ever

When people talk about me, I want them to… look past my appearance. to see there are more things to me then my big breasts and my baggy jeans

I want people to understand… that i was born to be a girl, but to live life presenting myself as a guy.

About Brit/Sky
i live in the, uhrm, great state of KY. which makes my life easy. i’m a college freshman and live with my mother. fun times, scary hurtful stuff. oh well, my future wifey makes it all worth it. she the one boys and girls… and everyone in between and beyond! if you want to get a hold of me, try my myspace

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Posted by on November 2nd, 2009 at 04:00 pm

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One Response to “Profile: Brit/Sky”

  1. Andy

    “that i was born to be a girl, but to live life presenting myself as a guy.” i love that. it speaks volumes. and i’m glad i’m one of the lucky ones who knows how to read them–well, at least some of them.


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