Profile: Kryst


You can call me… Kryst (the T is not silent)

I identify as… transgender male

As far as third-person pronouns go, … he/him are my favorite. I can’t help but smile when someone calls me “Sir.”

I’m attracted to… positive energy and beautiful smiles. People who aren’t afraid to show their true colors even when it’s time to be professional. Personality. Open minds and hearts. Those who are on time for their life. Skinny jeans when worn properly.

When people talk about me, I want them to… realize that being transgender is a visible identity. I’m not male. I’m not female. I’m trans until I tell you otherwise. I want them to think I’m older than I am. I want them to think I’m happy.

I want people to understand… that not knowing my gender pronouns is no reason not to speak to me. Just ask without using the word “it” and I promise not to bite your head off.

About Kryst
I am a social worker, theater dork, dater in training who loves to cuddle and spend late nights perusing the internet. There have been many blogs started, but none maintained due to the influx of graduate school homework.

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Posted by on November 6th, 2009 at 04:00 pm

Category: profiles 6 comments »

6 Responses to “Profile: Kryst”

  1. Anonymous

    awesome profile =)


  2. ellis

    hey stranger.


  3. Pixie

    Amazing profile.


  4. darwin

    a grad student spells pursue wrong?


  5. Kate

    darwin, that says “perusing” – different word. :)


  6. Claudius Maximus

    Peace and gentleness come to my heart as I look into your eyes. Thank you Kristy for showing the world your true self.


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