Profile: Chase Mckracken

You can call me… Chase Mckracken

I identify as… A Pansexual Genderqueer Lesbian Tranny Twink Boi. I’m basically a gay girl in a male’s body. I don’t feel trapped, but there are definitely things I would like to change about my body.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … It’s hard for most people to use the gender-neutral pronouns. I prefer it if people avoid using pronouns and call me by name. If they must use pronouns, I want them to use he and she interchangeably.

I’m attracted to… I’m mostly attracted to people with short hair, hot makeup, and a gender-bending appearance. I don’t care if they are male or female. I don’t care if they have a twink body, a cute scrawny build, a cute chubby build, or of they look like a playboy model. I can see beauty in all types of people.

When people talk about me, I want them to… Not talk about my gender identity… At all. They have no business discussing it like it’s that one thing about me that matters, especially when I’m not around.

I want people to understand… That there’s no reason to limit ourselves because of something stupid like what sex we are. Wear what you want, do what you want, live how you want, and anyone who has a problem with it can go suck a fat one.


About Chase Mckracken
Chase Mckracken is a student who loves camping, fishing, makeup art, and revealing the flaws in people’s logic. Chase’s favorite foods are Hot Cheetos dipped in cream cheese and Rockstar energy drinks.

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Posted by on September 23rd, 2009 at 04:00 pm

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One Response to “Profile: Chase Mckracken”

  1. Ajay

    We have much in common.


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