Profile: Lioness


You can call me… Lioness.

I identify as… a pansexual, genderqueer, kinky, sort of poly shapeshifter.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … Female is what I usually expect, since I present as femme the vast majority of the time, but I’m flattered when people recognize or remember my genderquerity. If you want to make my day, call me “ze” or “hir.”

I’m attracted to… all genders, really. though I will admit to favoring long-haired men, butch women, transmen, fellow genderqueers or androgynes.

When people talk about me, I want them to… smile. The rest will follow.

I want people to understand… that genderqueers are real, legitimate trans people. We go through a lot of the same frustration and experience the same prejudice because of our identity. Full transition should be available, but never required!

About Lioness
I’m a journalism student, media geek and practicing Pagan who has too many ideas, and never enough time to manifest them all. I haz blog.

» Define yourself. «

Posted by on August 11th, 2010 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 3 comments »

3 Responses to “Profile: Lioness”

  1. Anonymous

    you’re wonderful


  2. Kira

    i think i love you. you’re like the adult version of me. right down to the pansexuality, kinkiness, favoritism, and pagan-ness.


  3. Alex

    You have a great look!
    For some reason my fist impression was lauren collins (paige on degrassi).
    I think about this shit way too much because I draw faces all the time, but you have a nice combo of an in between brow/nose/chin and fem jawline.


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