Profile: Miss Rach/Lorenn

Miss Rach/Lorenn

You can call me… Miss Rach, or Lorenn, depending on where we meet.

I identify as… A strong Woman. Better yet, Lady.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … She, Her, any feminine assimilation.

I’m attracted to… Butch girls. Butch bois. FTMs. Jew dykes if you must know. More importantly? Strong, independent, educated, and passionate individuals.

When people talk about me, I want them to… know that my attitude and my personality should project through any gender or boxed classification they may see me in. I may be a strong femme with an attitude, but there is much more than meets the eye.

I want people to understand… that the people in my life who I choose to surround myself with, gay, straight, trans, polysexual, androgynous alike, we are people who should be heard, seen, and respected. As individuals. Not a classification, group, or a box to check on your license. Exotic dancer, nurse, lover or friend, whatever my title may be to you, I am not a possession or object. Please see me as a person, a human being.

About Miss Rach/Lorenn
Nurse by day, exotic entertainer by night. I do what I do because I am good at it, and thoroughly enjoy BOTH of my jobs, contrary to popular belief. I also plan to help my beautiful girlfriend spear-head the making of a gender neutral bathroom. Coming to stores near you!

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Posted by on October 23rd, 2009 at 04:00 pm

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One Response to “Profile: Miss Rach/Lorenn”

  1. Allison

    You sound like a powerhouse! :)


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