Profile: Dan

You can call me… Dan.

I identify as… queer and genderqueer, but I accept that I get some privileges by passing as a straight male.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I’m more comfortable with male pronouns and unsure if comfort is always a good thing. I want popular use of a gender-neutral pronoun that’s acceptable to use for anyone.

I’m attracted to… Girls who look like boys who look like girls and boys who look like girls who look like boys, small breasts, and short hair.

When people talk about me, I want them to… say nice things.

I want people to understand… that a binary system of gender is bad for everyone, not just the people who have more trouble fitting in.


About Dan
I like writing genderqueer (sex) stories. I’ll write one just for you at I also write sex advice at

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Posted by on December 6th, 2009 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 5 comments »

5 Responses to “Profile: Dan”

  1. fran

    you’re awesome! also, i also write genderqueer SEX stories. we should exchange stories sometime :)


    Dan replied:

    If you somehow see this message and still want to exchange stories, click the links at the bottom of my profile and find an email address and get in touch. I’d love to see yours!


  2. Ajay



  3. Dani

    If you have a facebook, look me up as Dani Thompson (Dani Love). I’d like to talk to you


    Dan replied:

    I would like to talk to you, Dani, except there are a few Dani Thompson’s on Facebook, and I don’t know which you are. Click the links at the bottom of my profile and find one of my email addresses if you want to get in touch?


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