Profile: Lacey

Lacey

You can call me… Lacey

I identify as… a mixture between feminine and masculine, and I identify as beautiful.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I suppose female ones. I don’t really think about it much. Most people can tell I’m a girl.

I’m attracted to… intelligence. Open minds. Eyes. Breasts. Hips. Men. Women. My boyfriend.

When people talk about me, I want them to… realize that how I might behave in one situation is not how I am all the time.

I want people to understand… that people who have autism or aspergers syndrome are a part of the queer community, and it’s still way under-represented.

About Lacey
My name is Lacey and I’m going to school for an english-writing degree. I hope to be a creative writer and a librarian. I mostly write poetry about my experiences as a bisexual woman.

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Posted by on April 28th, 2010 at 04:00 pm

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5 Responses to “Profile: Lacey”

  1. Lyric Dane

    I like this. I’m just not used to thinking of people in terms of their labels or diagnoses. I have a friend – who I think is identifying as a lesbian woman at this time – who has asperger’s syndrome. I just think of her as that blond friend who’s friends with my other friends Jazmin and Rowan. She’s just Emily.

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  2. Quince

    “I identify as beautiful.” Well said, and lovely picture.

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  3. Adisson

    hehe you look like the little kid from the end of Ma Vie En Rose. ^_^;;

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  4. Keanan

    Is that a Phantom of the Opera mask you’re wearing? If it is, that’s awesome.

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  5. Cat

    “that people who have autism or aspergers syndrome are a part of the queer community, and it’s still way under-represented.”

    YES. THIS. Fellow Aspie speaking here. Although personally, I’d like to expand that to all neuroatypicals—bipolar folk, schizophrenics, etc.

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