Profile: Rhodalle

You can call me… Rhodalle

I identify as… a transition

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I don’t care what you call me, but I guess I find masculine pronouns more flattering.

I’m attracted to… androgyny, sexual organs (in general), biology, emotions, strong personalities, pretty faces, masculinity, creativity

When people talk about me, I want them to… not judge me based on my appearance or make it a part of my personality.

I want people to understand… while it is hard for them to have a fluid image of me, and I am forgiving of this, I AM a fluid person, and have adapted to many social expectations in the past, but the me they knew then is only a piece of a MUCH bigger picture.


About Rhodalle
I never gave my gender much thought or got into girly shopping behaviors. I was quite excited when those baggy pants for boys started coming out when I was eleven or so; I definitely had a tomboy’s fashion sense. In my country town nobody had a clue how to respond to me, so I was a loner. When I was 13 and we moved to the city of Portland, Oregon my mother threw away all my baggy pants and told me it was time to be a girl. I bought a lot of female’s sportswear to soften the blow to my mental sexuality. I started to give it a more sincere try in high school which is when I made most of the friends I have today. I always felt off, and now I’m doing what feels right; hopefully they will be able to open their minds.

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Posted by on April 22nd, 2009 at 04:00 pm

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