Profile: –

You can call me… anytime.

I identify as… the Ps and Qs of the acronyms.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I prefer those that are gender neutral.

I’m attracted to… others based not upon sex or gender, but rather who they truly are once the institutional boxes and labels placed upon them by both themselves, others, and socio-culture are removed. The possibilities for love are limitless once such hindering factors are removed.

When people talk about me, I want them to… not to make any assumptions, be they correct or not. I do not want anyone to automatically assume I identify as hetero just as I do not want to be assumed to not be. I also want them to be curious and to want to ask questions.

I want people to understand… polyamory and pansexuality. That I do not identify perhaps as they might. That I am not going to rob them of their morals and steal their lovers or be attracted to them just because I do not create obstacles for myself in whom I allow myself to be attracted to. Pansexuality does not mean I am attracted to everyone, and polyamory does not mean that I want to have relationships with everyone.

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Posted by on September 1st, 2010 at 04:00 pm

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One Response to “Profile: –”

  1. Anonymous

    Right on! I have considered myself pansexual for the past year and each time someone ask’s what I’m talking about my answer is always different. I don’t always feel I was as direct as I could be. Thank you for sharing.


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