Profile: Owen/Oliver


You can call me… whatever you’d like. I often go by Owen or Oliver, but I’m not sure if either is permanent.

I identify as… a female-bodied human being who desires a male body and whose gender varies with the clothes I put on.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I’d prefer masculine pronouns, but gender-neutral ones are fine too and I can live with female pronouns.

I’m attracted to… people, mostly. I’m more attracted to guys, but androgynous individuals and women, too. I’m not picky. I connect especially well with geeks and intellectuals. I’m also attracted to words. But in an unsexualized way.

When people talk about me, I want them to… forget about my bits and think of me as a person.

I want people to understand… they should stop trying to cram everything into two narrow categories and appreciate variety. We’re all just people, regardless of our gender and gender presentation. Just because I enjoy wearing dresses does not automatically make me a girl.


About Owen/Oliver
I’m a massive geek. I watch a lot of TV, read a lot of books, play a lot of video games, read a lot of comic books and read some manga. I’m very rooted in fandom.

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Posted by on November 14th, 2009 at 04:00 pm

Category: profiles 4 comments »

4 Responses to “Profile: Owen/Oliver”

  1. Julian

    Those boots! *gasp/swoon*


  2. Alaina

    Those boots are so hot! Pleeeease tell us who makes them?


  3. Jordan (caden) B

    You are very handsome.


  4. nawa

    I just acidently met this page ans i realy like it. Because im not so in english i miss if its international or just us?


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