You can call me… ‘you there’ for all I care, but my friends call me dr3.
I identify as… queer, both in gender and sexual orientation.
As far as third-person pronouns go, … I won’t correct you, because whatever you say will be right. As long as you’re comfortable, I’m comfortable.
I’m attracted to… people who are different.
When people talk about me, I want them to… tell tales of my obsession with shoes and how I got bruised behind my ear that one time, all the while being fluid in the pronouns they use, as to confuse the other person to unexplainable extent.
I want people to understand… gender ambiguity has been, is, and will always be.
That time I bruised myself behind the ear, I fell off a kitchen counter and hit my head on the corner. The massive purple mark behind my ear was the only thing that told me I couldn’t remember most of the night before when I woke up the next morning. Just, if you want to tell the story. Oh, and I have some twentyfive pairs of converses.