Profile: Danika


You can call me… danika.

I identify as… a bit of a fruity boy on my slow way to appearing less female.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … i like it when people mess up and say “shhhh-he”.

I’m attracted to… my incredible partner; gypsies, academics, musicians, bohemians; intelligence, sincerity, cynicism, shyness. mostly men and those in between or without the binary, but women are so beautiful.

When people talk about me, I want them to… talk TO me instead.

I want people to understand… how complex/simple gender really is; that people are so much more than their appearances.


About Danika
i’m albertan, think turtles are really groovy, and want to live in a farmhouse out on the prairie someday.

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Posted by on August 26th, 2009 at 04:00 pm

Category: profiles 4 comments »

4 Responses to “Profile: Danika”

  1. genderkid

    I like your smile, Danika :)
    Go fruity boys!


  2. Art

    I’m so excited to see you here, yayayayay


  3. Neal

    Hmm, looking through the archives, and I hope you will still get this!
    You say Alberta? Whereabouts? I’m down in Lethbridge. It’s pretty awesome to see some more open GQ people out here.


  4. danika

    hey neal! the universe brought me back to this page just now :) i’m in edmonton but grew up in medicine hat. i have a friend who’s moving to lethbridge next year for school, so maybe if i go visit him you and i could meet for coffee & talk some gender!

    shoot me an email – turtlebelch[@]hotmail[.]com


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