Profile: Claude


You can call me… Claude!

I identify as… a Christian androgyne. I am not a man or a woman- I am both.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … call me anything you want. He, she, whatever’s comfortable. But in person, I prefer “she,” as it’s just too odd otherwise. I consider female pronouns to be neutral for me simply because I can’t change others’ opinions.

I’m attracted to… intelligence, kindness, stability, and maleness. Oftentimes this is what I strive to be.

When people talk about me, I want them to… realize what they say will probably get back to me, and they should be okay with what I think about it. I’d like it if people would say good things about me.

I want people to understand… that not everyone is the same. That not everyone fits in two tiny boxes, and shouldn’t be made to feel like a freak because they don’t.


About Claude!
I’m “in training” to be a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Still a college student. While my sex is female, I was born with a 46/XX,46/XY mosaic chimera karyotype. Meaning my sex chromosomes list me as both sexes.

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Posted by on June 14th, 2009 at 08:00 am

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2 Responses to “Profile: Claude”

  1. A. Karigane

    Good Luck on your spiritual jouney, I’m always a little shocked to find fellow christians in any LGBTQ circle. Anyway i think you’re beautiful.


    Claude replied:

    Thanks. :) I know it’s been a REALLY long time since either of those were posted (my profile and your lovely comment), but I was needing some encouragement today and saw your amazing comment.

    Just know it means a lot.


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