Profile: Charley


You can call me… Charley

I identify as… an androgynous, intersexed, male-dressing gynephile who has no quabbles with using female bathrooms.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … who cares? I am so ambiguous, depending on who the other person referencing me is. Some think I easily pass off as a man; others think I’m a woman; and most people who know me use either pronoun set. I honestly don’t care what people use. While semantics are a necessity in terms of linguistics, I don’t care.

I’m attracted to… Mostly to very hot ladies, but I also find very feminine gays and bois cute, too.

When people talk about me, I want them to… speak the truth about me, and their honest opinions about me. If they do it behind their backs, though … they’re cowards. Tell me as well, please, about what you think?

I want people to understand… that I ***want*** to engage in discussions about gender, sexuality, orientation, gay marriage, gay adoption, religion’s views, all that stuff. I also want people to understand that not all peoples see the world in dual genders — there are many others that allow for transgenderism as well.

About Charley
I am a blogger, barista, a parent, a Hindu who writes with a British spelling online. There are labels and classifications more important to me than my sexuality and my gender.

» Define yourself. «

Posted by on June 30th, 2010 at 04:00 pm

Category: profiles 2 comments »

2 Responses to “Profile: Charley”

  1. Anonymous

    I am SO stoked to hear from intersexed people who embrace androgyny. The medical profession would do well to take heed.


  2. Anonymous

    Flat-out gorgeous.


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