Profile: Glo Ria

Glo Ria

You can call me… glo ria

I identify as… biologically female genderqueer. i love being physically female; i think my body is beautiful. it’s the gender categories that i dismiss.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … i will answer to anything. i’ve gotten “sir’d” pretty regularly since i was 10. i also got “male” written on a speeding ticket once. the unisex pronouns (ze, hir, …) are interesting, but i like reading them more than saying them.

I’m attracted to… anyone with whom i can have a conversation of worth. i love intelligent people, accepting people. i think the human body is a remarkable work of art. i respect bodies, i find the aesthetic of a person extremely appealing. sexually, i’m open to anyone i find attractive. i don’t really agree with having an exclusive relationship at this point, though.

When people talk about me, I want them to… not talk about me, preferably. but if they must, then it’d be great if they discussed my sense of humor, talents as an artist and drummer, and my intelligence.

I want people to understand… themselves and their relationship to everyone and everything else.

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Posted by on March 22nd, 2010 at 04:00 pm

Category: profiles 4 comments »

4 Responses to “Profile: Glo Ria”

  1. RJ

    Dear Glo Ria,
    I don’t think I really did enough to let you know I think you’re awesome. I miss you.


  2. Anonymous

    I’ve gotten Male put on a speeding ticket before too!! Until the officer crossed it out. :[


  3. Rin

    You’re adorable! And your picture and profile make me smile. ^_^


  4. Anonymous

    I know we’ve never “officially” met…but i dig your post and you seem to be a super cool person :) peace


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