Profile: dr3


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.


About dr3
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.

Posted by on March 28th, 2009 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 6 comments »

6 Responses to “Profile: dr3”

  1. Mottled

    Amazingly hot.

    Also, that’s quite a collection of Converse.


  2. IdentityTBD

    “…because whatever you say will be right.”

    Excellent point. I am bigendered, and I am trying to make it harder for strangers to determine my gender at-a-glance by blending masculine and feminine elements (a tip of the tiara to raphael and sarah), so whatever pronoun they try will have some element of truth, and none will have certainty.


  3. Jack thepumpkin king

    converse is amazing…
    *steals your shoes*


  4. AgentRusco

    Hey dr3, glad to find you here!


  5. Flo

    Dude, I am so with you on the converse love.

    P.S. Loving the hawk.


  6. Alex

    I love the idea of having people change pronouns constantly when talking about you. Now I want to have people do that! =O


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