Profile: Mx. Anomaly

Mx. Anomaly

You can call me… Mx. Anomaly

I identify as… a hermaphroditic androgyne. Someday, they’ll have a surgery for that.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I’m a big fan of xe/xem/xir, but it’s difficult to enforce. I’m comfortable with he or she, but prefer he.

I’m attracted to… ultra-femme academic brunettes. I have a pretty bad weakness for them. Passionate intelligence and cynicism a must.

When people talk about me, I want them to… talk about my research, my guitar playing, my kick-ass not-always-funny jokes, the fact that my hair always seems to change colour without reason. Gender is great and it is a great part of my personality, but I’m sick of being “the lesbian” or “the butch/oddly dressed girl.”

I want people to understand… that 32 is the perfect number, Pollack was a genius, Marie de Guise is misunderstood, and that non-gender is an applicable gender.

 

About Mx. Anomaly
I’m a postgraduate student in history at a UK university. Someday, I would like to write about cultural representations in early modern Europe and help the historical community understand how personal presentations effect interpersonal relationships. I play the guitar, have a weird passion for growing basil, and really love people in general.

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Posted by on May 29th, 2009 at 04:00 pm

Category: profiles 5 comments »

5 Responses to “Profile: Mx. Anomaly”

  1. Diana Lia

    Gah, gorgeous!

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    themarxistbagel replied:

    Aw, you make me blush. Thank you. :)

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  2. Diana Lia

    You're welcome. History students don't look like that in Sweden, a shame, really.

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  3. Dee

    lovely, handsome, inspiring

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  4. dio

    "a hermaphroditic androgyne. Someday, they’ll have a surgery for that."

    Oh wow, I identify with that so much. *crosses fingers* Here's to hoping.

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