Profile: Chase


You can call me… Chase

I identify as… A genderqueer agendered pansexual lesbian tranny who might be neutrois

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I prefer to avoid them. It’s even hard for ME to get used to “xe” and “xir” or the other neutral pronouns. I have found that it’s pretty easy to just avoid using pronouns, and I’ve taught my friends how to do this so that they can communicate with me without disrespecting my gender identity.

I’m attracted to… bois, twinks, dykes, trannies, you name it. All different types of people interest me because they are all beautiful in different ways.

When people talk about me, I want them to… not know my sex. I don’t want to be introduced to people as a “he” or “she”. I want my sex to be a mystery so they cannot tell me what I can and can’t do and what kind of person I should be based on gender.

I want people to understand… that the gender binary system is more destructive than they realize. It’s the reason boys are teased in school for not being good at sports, and why girls are told to sexualize themselves at an early age. It gives people a reason to hate and ostracize others for not fitting in and expressing themselves. I think it should be pretty clear by now that gender labels don’t properly describe anyone. I’ve never met even a cisgender, heterosexual person who fits the description of their gender perfectly.


About Chase
A student, a makeup artist, a future surgeon that specializes in helping transgender clients.

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Posted by on September 1st, 2009 at 08:00 am

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5 Responses to “Profile: Chase”

  1. Tori---

    Heya wonderful.
    Thank you for your refreshing notes about some of your views.
    Where could I read more of your writing?
    tyvm, t-


  2. Jess

    you are such a beutiful person!


  3. Pibb

    Way to go, Chase! I agree with you 100%. The gender binary system is crippling, especially in our schools and later in life as well. I’ve never felt so free as I am now that the traditional label has been cast off. Thank you for the refreshing thoughts– I too would like to know where I can read more of your writing.


  4. Andrea


  5. Kara D.

    You are beautiful…very intriguing. Where are you from? If you were from indiana, I think we’d get along well. I am what you would call a ciswoman, but I love to play around with androgyny and masculinity/femininity in general. My email is Maybe I’ll hear from you :)


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