Profile: Adelaide

You can call me… if you like… but you better ask for Adelaide, Adele, Ally or Alien.

I identify as… a gender terrorist or pirate, transdyke

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I think she is okay as long as it isn’t loaded. Zi too.

I’m attracted to… women of any gender origin, a kind of lesbian without bio discriminations.

When people talk about me, I want them to… think about the natural disadvantages trans people go through, especially regarding sexual expectations, even in the queer groups I’ve been in, we never really talked about sexuality for trans people

I want people to understand… that I’m a human being, more likely than the atomic bomb, (since there have been fewer of those) but people are less prepared, maybe a few less obstacles.

About Adelaide
I want to create safe spaces for trans people, especially those transitioning, because the institutions and the whole think is completely unfair, so I have set up a blogging space and a magazine online, which I hope to put into print based on submissions from people who like the site and feel they want to contribute. Its just getting started though. Against gender terror at

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Posted by on March 13th, 2010 at 08:00 am

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One Response to “Profile: Adelaide”

  1. Corbyn

    I just wanted to say Thank you for your comment on sexuality and being trans. I know through my experience b/c I am trans I must have been a lesbian and not a dude who loves people for who they are and not their bits. But I definitely appreciate your effort to teach that sexuality gender are not the same the discrimination of trans-folk within sexuality.


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