Profile: Rapper Steph

Rapper Steph

You can call me… Rapper Steph (stage name) or Franklin

I identify as… Genderqueer, gender-neutral androgynous dyke.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … he/she works. I prefer he (she and “girl” feel really awkward), but no one ever identifies me as a he. But I don’t really care what you call me.

I’m attracted to… feminine, female-bodied people. androgynous people. intelligence, confidence, humor, happiness and a beautiful smile

When people talk about me, I want them to… refrain from judging me based on my skin color, gender identity, sexual identity, stature, politics, etc. These are all very important to me, but do not, in any way, denote what kind of person I am, because I am more than any and all of that combined.

I want people to understand… that no matter what, I am a human being, and I deserve to be treated like one. It’s really simple.


About Rapper Steph
I am an up and coming hip-hop lyricist, performing under the name Rapper Steph ( I am part of Base Trip Records, a student-run record label based out of Boston University, where I’m a senior, studying International Relations. I like a wide variety of music, planes & airports, and driving.

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Posted by on August 29th, 2009 at 08:00 am

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3 Responses to “Profile: Rapper Steph”

  1. Anonymous

    i like you tons and tons


  2. Hedo

    I just went to your MySpace and listened to your music. Good stuff! Definitely promoting it! :3


  3. Venya

    You drop great lines! (: Do you sell your music?


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