Profile: Kelsey


You can call me… Kelsey or KR

I identify as… newly genderqueer, queer with hetero-tendencies, feminist, tomboy, vegetarian, faaaabulous

As far as third-person pronouns go, … Doesn’t matter. I’ve never been called “he” or mistaken for a boy, but I really don’t think I’d mind. I’ve only been called “she” or “her.”

I’m attracted to… Intelligence, humor, people who quote movies and TV shows, eclectic taste in music, late night conversations, FTMs, butch dykes, femme dykes, biologically female genderqueers, boys with gnarly beards, dreadlocks, passion, anger, animal lovers

When people talk about me, I want them to… be confused. It’s okay! I’m confused too. I just hope that after talking ABOUT me, they’ll come and talk to me. Asking questions helps me understand myself better.

I want people to understand… that gender is fluid and beautiful. Some days I wear dresses and glitter, some days I wear flannel and don’t comb my hair. Some days I’m bubbly, other days I’m brooding. These may seem like simple mood swings, but it’s different. When I dress masculine, I carry myself differently and act differently than when I dress feminine.


About Kelsey or KR
I’m a 17 (almost 18!) year old crazy liberal vegetarian feminist from rural indiana. I’m scared of everything and love my cats.

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Posted by on April 24th, 2009 at 04:00 pm

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One Response to “Profile: Kelsey”

  1. glitta

    That's me! Awesome, haha.


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