Profile: KJ

You can call me… KJ.

I identify as… a female-bodied boy with girl disposition.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I typically get “she” and “her,” but I get this great, euphoric (and borderline frightened) rush when those of the “he/him” variety are used.

I’m attracted to… people. However, I’m way gravitated toward women; those who can hold an intelligent conversation without being discriminatory. I tend to form lasting relationships with those who are like-minded and open.

When people talk about me, I want them to… remember that I, too, am merely human. Anyone can put on a tough face, a happy face, a sad one. I’m essentially an open book if you actually hold a conversation with me, instead of about me. Just ask, you won’t regret it.

I want people to understand… that I’m like a clock. Who would have known that the inside was THAT cool? The outside is whatever. You can dress it up, dress it down. One day, I could be that weird cat one with the shifting eyes—the next, some gentleman’s golden pocket watch. Any way you look at it, those gears are gonna keep whirring… going about their business the same way they’ve been doing since it’s creation.

About KJ
second year at USC, you know me: that kid with the lisa frank type jacket and the hot girlfriend.

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Posted by on August 23rd, 2010 at 08:00 am

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5 Responses to “Profile: KJ”

  1. Lou

    I LOVE the clock analogy.. my favourite toy as a preschooler was a functioning pendulum-propelled clock that you could unscrew, take all the cogs out, see how it worked, then put back together like a jigsaw :)

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  2. Janus

    I just wanna high-five you for the Lisa Frank namedrop.

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  3. Milo

    I must simply restate what Lou said. The clock analogy is amazing :) It doesn’t even make me happy only because it’s genderqueer-y. It just is a cool way to define people without having to really define them.

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  4. J.D.

    I think I love you.

    But really, you’re awesome.

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  5. Taisho/Tai

    “but I get this great, euphoric (and borderline frightened) rush when those of the “he/him” variety are used.”
    Oh, Holy Anubis, YES! I know the feeling and it’s great!

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