Profile: Gee


You can call me… Gee.

I identify as… genderqueer, regular queer, androgynous, femme, a fag, a dyke, a feminist, a writer, a disgruntled voter, a baker, occasionally butch, occasionally a boy, and occasionally happy.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I usually use “ze” and “hir” for myself, although I’m fine with “he,” “she,” or “they.”

I’m attracted to… girls of all types, particularly gentle skinny poet butches and punky femmes who look and act like they could beat me up without breaking a sweat.

When people talk about me, I want them to… smile.

I want people to understand… that genders are like clothes, and I’ve got a closet full of ’em.

About Gee.
Gee lives in Canada and writes a lot of nonsense on the Internet, some of which can be found at Ze likes long walks but has never much cared for the beach.

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Posted by on November 17th, 2010 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 7 comments »

7 Responses to “Profile: Gee”

  1. Imogen Quest

    OH MY GOD ISHYFACE I follow your eljay and I think you are awesommmmmme. <3


  2. Jude

    i like the clothing metaphor…and just for the record, next time i need to write down my gender, i’m totally gonna list myself as “disgruntled voter”


  3. Riam

    you sound FABULOUS


  4. Dork

    You look and sound awesome and I love the hair :)


  5. julian

    Loving the hair!


  6. Anonymous

    Hey, I love your hair! And you sound like a really awesome person ;)


  7. Ian

    OMG, Ish! I saw your picture and freaked.


    -one of your many LJ buddies


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