Profile: MD

You can call me… MD

I identify as… a transguy, a student, a thinker, unconventional, shockingly complex, young, a feminist, a lover, an adventurer, a fighter, young, and always a southerner at heart.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … he, his, him. This is a big step for me.

I’m attracted to… occasionally femme women, occasionally not so femme women, but women nonetheless.

When people talk about me, I want them to… not be afraid to talk about how I used to be a girl in the same way people talk about other things when they talk about me. Yeah I’m a guy now, but I am, always have been, always will be much more than just how I define myself. I’m not going to hide from my past.

I want people to understand… that I’m not perfect, but I try like hell to always be reliable and understanding. I ask for the same in return.


About MD
I’m sort of a vagrant right now, in between going to school and being a grown up. I’m really enjoying it. I don’t really have a permanent address. I’m moving around the northeast/east coast with my mutt and I have a new blog. I’ve written and maintained several anonymously, this one is a little more about me than other stuff.

» Define yourself. «

Posted by on October 15th, 2009 at 04:00 pm

Category: profiles One comment »

One Response to “Profile: MD”

  1. Anonymous

    I really liked that, you sound interesting.. good luck on your travels :)


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