Profile: Activist247

You can call me… Activist247

I identify as… FNG – Female-Non-Gendered

As far as third-person pronouns go, … He, his, she, hers… depends on what I’m wearing and how short my hair is…

I’m attracted to… People who take the time to listen and understand me…and those they interact with. Right now, my loving partner…

When people talk about me, I want them to… Talk about my personal strength, kindness, lovingness and will to journey forward despite the troubles that life throws up sometimes. I want them to talk about the leadership I have shown on my campus, and the support I have given to students. I want them to say that I am a friend, a partner, a child and a human who is happy to be alive.

I want people to understand… That I love clothing, and only when I wear it do I feel gendered. I deeply feel genderless, and am freed emotionally by this self understanding, I understand that many people will never take the time to listen to my explanation. I accept that…I wish they could accept me…I have hope that more people will down the road.

About Activist247
I am a student in upstate NY who is an active leader on campus. I have served on the executive board of our Pride Alliance for two years, and helped out as an intern the year before planning our yearly LGBT conference.

I love writing music and LGBT thought-provoking focused stories… spending time watching crime shows on tv in the evenings and my trips to CANADA to see my partner…

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Posted by on June 25th, 2010 at 08:00 am

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