Profile: Rebecca

You can call me… Rebecca or Beck or something else. Just let me know that’s your name for me.

I identify as… myself. More on that in a few.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … she. I’m physically female, so it seems the most clear, which is what I go for. If there was a pronoun that could be used without even involving gender, I’d try that.

I’m attracted to… people! Screw the gender, the sexuality, the looks, I get attracted to my friends, to people I already know. I start seeing their beauty and they become more precious. Sex is great and all, but for me, it’s just icing on the fun of a relationship.

When people talk about me, I want them to… remember me as who I am, not what I am, and let it give them a little bit of a more open mind.

I want people to understand… that it doesn’t matter what tags you have, the core is you. That makes more of a difference than your sexuality, your gender, your ‘label.’ It makes things easier, but what’s the fun in that?


About Rebecca
I’m just a perverted geek with an obsession with words and the human body and trying to get a better grip on my own identity.

» Define yourself. «

Posted by on October 10th, 2009 at 08:00 am

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