Profile: Queue

You can call me… Queue

I identify as… Masculine/genderfree by nature, female-identified by choice. (It doesn’t really fit, but neither does anything else.)

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I use female ones to refer to myself; I don’t have any problem with others using masculine ones for me.

I’m attracted to… Women. Or other genderqueer folk.

When people talk about me, I want them to… not make assumptions about my life based on how I look.

I want people to understand… that I don’t mind being ambiguous about my gender, and that I’m not offended by being called any gender, as long as it wasn’t mean offensively.

That I do have the right to ID as female for political purposes even if I know that’s not wholly accurate.


About Queue
I’m a sixteen-year-old female-bodied genderqueer lesbian. I have no real concept of what gender would mean to me personally, in terms of feeling male or female. My interests and manner of dress are extraordinarily “non-feminine”. I know I *don’t* feel female (or male, at that). The words “lady” and “girl” being used in reference to me make me a little uncomfortable, only because I feel they aren’t accurate.

But I’m not dysphoric, and I prefer feminine pronouns if asked. I don’t feel any more male than I do female, and I don’t buy the idea of “male as neutral”. To use male pronouns feel like it’d be saying I’m male, and I’m not. But I don’t mind when people use masculine pronouns for me, because I do appear quite male.

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Posted by on December 25th, 2009 at 08:00 am

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