Profile: Alex


You can call me… Alex (whether it be male or female Alex).

I identify as… female, male, genderfucked, labelfuck. Ultimately: genderqueer.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … “he” is good. So is “she.” Both are correct, and it doesn’t matter to me, but in most cases, a bigger smile will be achieved with male pronouns.

I’m attracted to… girls girls girls. Boyish girls — girlish girls — girls with short hair — girls with long hair — girls with boxers — girls without boxers — girls of all shapes and all sizes.

When people talk about me, I want them to… say nice things, or not say anything at all. You know, like we learned in kindergarten.

I want people to understand… that I am not fully male, yet not fully female. My binded chest accompanied by my female organs does not give you the right to think less of me. I won’t be offended if you call me sir, and I won’t be offended if you call me ma’am. Both are correct.

About Alex
I’m in theatre production. I’ve been known to bust out a song or two in my spare time. Music music music. It’s where it’s at.

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Posted by on October 12th, 2010 at 08:00 am

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5 Responses to “Profile: Alex”

  1. Beetle

    ‘I won’t be offended if you call me sir, and I won’t be offended if you call me ma’am. Both are correct.’

    I hope you won’t be offended if I say that the idea of someone calling you ma’am makes me smile quite a lot. It’s just such a stuffy sounding title and I like the idea of a genderqueer person claiming it :)


  2. Gael

    Why do you bind your chest? Does it hurt after a while? Seems like it would….ouch!


  3. Michael

    This was me ten months ago. I’d just like to say that my gender has come a long way. I now live as a male, and only a male. No one ever uses female pronouns and I’ve had jobs and been in situations where no one knows otherwise. I’m happy. I’m not elated about the long process to start T or the stigmas that surround being a transsexual, and the people who refuse to try to understand, but I’m happy with who I am. I’m happy being male, and I feel like my female anatomy makes me no less of a man than my shaved head or my new names. It’s all about what’s inside :)


  4. sam

    Congratulations Michael!

    When there is a lot of change in the time it gets for a profile to be posted I always wonder how the person of the past would feel to meet the person of the present. Like, I wonder if Alex knew what was in store for him in the next ten months. How Alex would feel if, when he submitted that profile, Michael had written him back and told him what was coming? Elated? worried? incredulous? Matter of fact? Sometimes I wish I could get all the different ‘me’s in one room so they could talk to each other and I could see how they would respond to each other.


  5. Angel

    I like your hair and you have pretty eyes ^___^


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