Profile: Emile

You can call me… Emile

I identify as… mostly nothing. “No, no gender for me, thanks.” Also: asexual, loner, geek, politically queer and pan/a-romantic, among other things.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … “ze” and “hir” are preferable, but I’m not picky.

I’m attracted to… brains, creativity, curiosity, and an open mind — in any sex/gender combination.

When people talk about me, I want them to… realize that their assumptions about my gender are probably wrong; gender is more than just a person’s body and how they dress it.

I want people to understand… that gender isn’t as important as Society tells us it is. Just be you, whatever gender(s) that happens to fall under.

About Emile
Emile is a high school student in the United States. Ze spends hir days reading, teaching hirself piano, and finding weird stuff on the Internet. Ze plans to study neuroscience and get a job in research.

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Posted by on March 26th, 2010 at 04:00 pm

Category: profiles 4 comments »

4 Responses to “Profile: Emile”

  1. Rebekah

    Ah, a person after my own heart.
    (no, seriously – I, too, an an asexual genderless loner geek who spends hir days reading and wants to study neuroscience and geek a job in research)

    But this is much more succinct and perfect than something I could write. Well done.


  2. Emile

    I bow to a kindred spirit, :)


  3. Meike

    You both sound awesome–yay for loner geeks!


  4. Lyn Aven

    Yay, my opposite! Where you’re neither gender, I’m both.


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