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You can call me… whatever you’d like

I identify as… I’m figuring it out more and more each day. I was a tomboy as a kid and then tried to do the whole feminine thing. I’ve gone from claiming I’m androgynous to butch to now I just refuse to conform to the definitions and enjoy being Genderqueer/Genderfucking… Everything is just another label.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … for now I’m sticking to she and her although it doesn’t bother me when someone mistakenly calls me Sir or He. I find a sense of pride in it that I can skew my gender in that way.

I’m attracted to… Feminine Women. Although I definitely enjoy the odd androgynous woman (something really hot about blurring gender lines) and I can find feminine men cute but physically am not attracted to men.

When people talk about me, I want them to… not define me by my skin colour or gender or any other physical appearances. I also don’t want them to make judgements on me by putting different parts of my identity together. I’d like them to respect me and get to know me before they make their opinions because then I can respect their thoughts of me.

I want people to understand… that Gender is not the same as Sex. That society defines what masculine/feminine is and it should not be equal to an individual’s sex. That we are all beautiful individuals and should be loved for our differences instead of being judged.

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Posted by on January 28th, 2010 at 08:00 am

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2 Responses to “Profile: –”

  1. Alex Snö

    Hm, that sounds almost like me, except the “we’re all beautiful individuals” part. I’ve never liked people much.


  2. Claudius Maximus

    “That we are all beautiful individuals and should be loved for our differences instead of being judged.” This sentence brings a smile to my face. Thank you for making this world a better place.


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