Profile: Cay

You can call me… Ri, Riley, CAY, Ray.

I identify as… Pansexual, Queer, Polyamorous, Gender-queer, Androgyne. Sometimes I feel male/female, but those times are rare. Basically…I’m Me.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … very used to He/Him/His. Often got Her/Hers when I had my long hair (had to chop it off :( ) and didn’t mind it. I would prefer the gender-neutral ones, but am not in a position where I can ask for that from most people.

I’m attracted to… Hard to define. As a rule I am attracted to more androgynous people, regardless of gender or lack thereof. Random personalities are a plus, respect for me, my boundaries, and my issues is a must.

When people talk about me, I want them to… Realize that none of us really “know” that there is or isn’t a god, and that that god will hate people simply for being themselves. I really want them to realize that it’s hypocritical to just take parts of holy text, apply them to others, but not apply the rest to themselves.

I want people to understand… that I am me. I can’t change who I am. And If I could, I probably wouldn’t be in the situation I am in. I also want people to realize that just because I don’t show how much some things hurt…they still hurt.

About Cay
I’m 19, starting to get fairly deeply involved in photography (Was not that deep when the photograph I posted here was taken). I am trying to get to a more understanding place and hope that I can achieve that. Then I plan on possibly going into journalism.

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Posted by on November 24th, 2010 at 04:00 pm

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7 Responses to “Profile: Cay”

  1. Milo

    You are very beautiful. I’m in the same boat with pronouns.


  2. Some happy foreigner

    When people say to me “Your kind should never have existed on this planet”, I reply – “This question is out of your, out of man’s competence. It’s Nature’s, it’s God’s, so shut up and mind your own business”. And I’m totally sure I’m right. If God will call me someday and say that I’m an error, I’d say: “You are not the true God. The true God is kind to every being”.


    Anonymous replied:

    Yes, this.


  3. cc

    Do not change to fit some text. avoid “bad quality”, mean people, though, cause it’s a tough journey, sometimes. I think as long as we try not to hurt others and be the best version of ourselves, we’ll be fine ethically. religions that state something different are about setting (or keeping) specific power relations between people. and I personally think it has nothing to do with any morality, not even mentioning God.
    btw, I find you very attractive (just wanna let you know:), and I’m attracted to women, most of the time, I guess;) genderqueer-ish myself. peace


  4. Sara

    You are very attractive. I feel the same way about androgynous people, those are who I’m most attracted too


  5. Andrea

    You are hot both ways. Being a bisexual mtF I think I know what I’m talking about. :P


  6. kittycat

    You look like a very interesting person…I would love to have friends like that…


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