Profile: Maddy


You can call me… Maddy

I identify as… Queer

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I prefer the neutral ones but I get ‘she’ and ‘her’. If I’m actually listening I’ll feel weird about it but I can mostly tune it out. I wouldn’t mind ‘he’ or ‘him’ either but often when people call me those or ask whether I’m a boy or a girl they’re just trying to be hurtful. Hmm if they only knew…

I’m attracted to… Strong women or people, androgyne, intelligence, wit, awkwardness, shyness, activism, cute smiles. I know someone who I know I could tell anything about myself and they wouldn’t think I was weird, that’s attractive!

When people talk about me, I want them to… not make up things. I’m from a small town… Rumours can get pretty crazy.

I want people to understand… their fellow human beings. Understand that everyone is different and that’s a wonderful thing! Understand that their words and actions can be very hurtful to someone’s heart parts :)

About Maddy
I’m an Australian, living temporarily in Canada with not much of a clue of what I want to do with my life. I really like this site! :)

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Posted by on February 7th, 2010 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 4 comments »

4 Responses to “Profile: Maddy”

  1. Jacqe Booth

    G’day Maddy, it’s great to see a fellow Aussie on the site… How’s Canada treating you? Hope you’re having a blast mate. What part of Oz are you from?


  2. Anonymous

    i like your picture Maddy!!


  3. maddie

    aww you have the same name as me:} but i spell it different.

    you’re cute.


  4. Elise

    I agree with most of your thoughts. You seem well rounded, simple, and smart. I’m glad there are people like you.. even if there is only one.


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