Profile: Jake


You can call me… Jake

I identify as… a vegan, genderqueer, female-bodied (for now) male (but not a man).

As far as third-person pronouns go, … masculine are fine, but if you are able to successfully use non-gendered pronouns, yay for everyone!

I’m attracted to… dilated pupils, caught glances, secret smiles, fleeting touches, mysterious personalities and ambiguous genders.

When people talk about me, I want them to… say that I am freakin’ awesome! And maybe educate people about trans and genderqueer issues.

I want people to understand… that I don’t do the things I do to offend or confuse them. I am just trying to be comfortable in my own skin, and want to leave a positive, rather than negative, trace on the earth.


About Jake
I am constantly questioning myself and re-evaluating my world view. I will eventually complete at least one of the following majors/degrees: Anthropology, Australian Indigenous Studies, Biological Anthropology, Human Biology, Sustainable Development, Technical Music Production. Music is my first love, and just like with gender, diet, and studies, I am unable to choose one instrument and stick to it.

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Posted by on December 17th, 2009 at 04:00 pm

Category: profiles 4 comments »

4 Responses to “Profile: Jake”

  1. ellis

    hell yeah biological anthro!


  2. Jacqe Booth

    Hey, great profile… so you’re an Aussie? Very cool, me too! Great to see a local on this site.


  3. Louche

    Hi, Jake. Vegans are awesome! :D


  4. Riley


    “I am constantly questioning myself and re-evaluating my world view.”

    This made me smile soooo much!

    People are always so rigid and blind when it comes to their own opinions, few people can actually process and more importantly; Accept new information when it is presented to them.

    Opinions and thoughts should be as fluid as our genders right!? :)



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