Profile: Kaida

You can call me… Kaida.

I identify as… an office-dressed girly male who is actually just a slightly butch female.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … Mr.

I’m attracted to… feminine men, women that can pull off being a feminine male. Women. Good sense of humour. Intelligent. Outgoing. Musical. Travelling spirit.

When people talk about me, I want them to… be fooled and think I am male. Admire my looking better as a male than as a female. Accept me as what they want to, whether they agree with my masculinity or not.

I want people to understand… that feeling permanently gender-confused for the rest of your life really isn’t that uncommon. That some people wake up some days and think, “This is a really nice day to dress as a man/woman, yeah that will make me happy.” They should encourage people to express how they feel; stress is a killer. People need to understand that not everyone feels gender complacent.

About Kaida
I have nothing to promote but I am a student studying to teach English as a foreign language in multiple countries in Asia.

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Posted by on October 13th, 2010 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 5 comments »

5 Responses to “Profile: Kaida”

  1. Beck/Oliver

    “People need to understand that not everyone feels gender complacent.”
    This. I agree completely.


  2. JezebelMalice

    beautiful. truth.


  3. Chris

    I have to admit, you look rather handsome.


  4. Jessica

    Sir, you quite take my breath away. When you get to Singapore, be sure to visit the Museum of Asian Civilization. Terrific plane and it’s air conditioned.


  5. Anouk

    Agree.. X3 Heyy.. Hajimemashite, watashi no namae wa Anouk desu.. Argentin-jin desu.. Watashi wa nihongo wo sukoshi hanasimasu mo.. ^w^

    I like anime too!! Yeyyy.. Add me, i really i’d like to meet you.. >w<!!


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