Profile: Cameron

You can call me… Cameron

I identify as… androgynous genderqueer, reading rainbow, an artist in all forms forward and backward.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I love gender-neutral pronouns, or male pronouns, even female pronouns, but it excites me when I get an even portion of all three.

I’m attracted to… my lover, Max. Fellow queers, the astoundingly creative. Kindness and laughter, sharp wit, open-mindedness and understanding. Culture. Poetry. The arts.

When people talk about me, I want them to… realize that I am genderqueer and achnowledge it in a non-biased, completely tolerant way. Get past my gender quickly and then move on to all of my fun and exciting parts.

I want people to understand… that I would be an extremely happy individual if they were accepting of my identity, and then saw past it into the more important parts of me. And just because I have changed my name, I haven’t changed as a person. I’m still me, I’m still here. I’m just evolving.

About Cameron
I am an artist, from the paintings I do, to the poetry I write, to my gender and identity. I’m constantly toying, experimenting, and wondering. I’m always seeking an adventure of the mind, a test of character.

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Posted by on October 17th, 2010 at 04:00 pm

Category: profiles 3 comments »

3 Responses to “Profile: Cameron”

  1. schwuze

    Welcome! ^^


  2. kendall

    you’re handsome, enjoy your evolution


  3. J. Sandy


    I would love to read some of your poetry. Maybe GF could forward to me a URL or my email (which they have and would be OK with me).

    J. Sandy


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