Profile: Julian


You can call me… Julian

I identify as… a butch-identified nelly genderqueer hipster trannyfag.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … he/him/ze/zir/hir/sir

I’m attracted to… My sexual identity is always evolving. I’m not a gay man, but I am a fag. I’m not a lesbian, but I’m a dyke. I don’t limit myself as far as my attractions go. I’m attracted to humans, and even sometimes people who don’t identify as human, but as something else. I’m attracted to personality.

When people talk about me, I want them to… Treat me as they would want to be treated. Ask thoughtful questions, and don’t try to figure out what’s in my pants.

I want people to understand… I don’t fit into one box, and I don’t expect anyone else to either. I like intersectionalities, the venn diagrams of identity.

About Julian
Julian is a student, artist, musician, and eater of food. He blogs at Gender, Rants, and Sodomy ( and helps out at Genderfork in the “Your Voices” section.

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Posted by on May 20th, 2009 at 04:00 pm

Category: profiles 6 comments »

6 Responses to “Profile: Julian”

  1. genderkid

    This is a nice chance to say, good job! Same goes for all the volunteers (and Sarah), actually.

    And the Venn diagrams analogy is a cool one; I love Venn diagrams but I hadn't thought of applying them to identity.


  2. XylophoneGender

    !! waves !!


  3. juliandarling

    !!waves back!!


  4. sarahdopp

    !! bounce bounce bounce !!


  5. Sam

    Sexy boy


  6. zee

    aww julian this made me tear up! i love you. ps did you ever notice my venn diagram tat!!??
    <3 zee


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