Profile: –

You can call me… anything but baby…

I identify as… just me. I’ve never tried to put myself in a certain box, but most people have. I don’t feel 100% boy or girl.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I was a bit embarrassed once when a girl I was into thought I was a boy… oops. From then on I’ve felt more comfortable with her/she.

I’m attracted to… Attitude. Mystery. Geeks. masculinity in women. femininity in men.

When people talk about me, I want them to… not focus on the physical. Realize that I am dynamic and so are they. We don’t have to behave in a certain way, just because that’s the accepted way.

I want people to understand… being queer is not “cool” (even if it is fun at times).


About –
uber shy but outspoken, dykeboi, with interests in environmental re-education. 18 years of experience in suburban living, which have taught me to speak up, be geeky, and always be prepared.

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Posted by on January 21st, 2010 at 08:00 am

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2 Responses to “Profile: –”

  1. Anonymous

    trying to be queer is not something people should do for social acceptance, but being queer, and being involved in the queer community is really freakin awesome! I love it.


  2. Zavi

    you sound like someone who always knows where hir towel is. :D


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