Profile: J

You can call me… J

I identify as… mostly female, polyamorous, queer. well, actually i guess everyone else sees me as female. i prefer to be seen as a human being and not a gendered stereotype. we’re all just humans, man.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … i have no problem with any pronoun usage. use whichever you’d like. [i usually run around giving high fives when people use masculine pronouns, even though i don’t present as male]

I’m attracted to… your personality. not your gender, age, race, height, weight, etc.

When people talk about me, I want them to… smile. i enjoy making people happy. i also want them to see me without labels. to not assume that because i am attracted to women that i am a lesbian. i want them to speak honestly about me because i believe that honesty really is the best policy.

I want people to understand… how beautiful life is and how much we should appreciate what we have.

About J
J is a self identified queer human being living in the United States She likes to talk about transgender issues, coffee shops, used book stores, tattoos,  thrift store finds, art, or just about anything else interesting. She is living her life day to day and learning as she goes. She believes that it’s all about the journey and that the earth is warmer when you laugh. She is taking it all in stride.

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Posted by on December 22nd, 2010 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 5 comments »

5 Responses to “Profile: J”

  1. Anonymous

    You are absolutely beautiful, inside and out. <3


  2. Elle

    J, you rule!


  3. Anonymous

    I like how you described your gender…mostly female…

    Ahhh i love the whole thing…if we knew each other i sure hope we’d be friends.


  4. JB

    You are cool and your hair is distilled asskickery!


  5. Chris

    you seem very interesting… and i like your hair very much…


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