Profile: Mo

You can call me… Mo. The Mongoose.

I identify as… queer/whatever, biologically feminine, presenting androgynously. or at least attempting to.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … female

I’m attracted to… my very beautiful and very fucked-up best friend. in wider terms, no gender specifications. just people. the junk in your pants/skirt/kilt/sarong/toga/whatever doesn’t really matter. I see attractive aspects as separate from gender/biological sex. but the body types that float my boat are mostly female, or at least existing on people that identify as female. intelligence, quirkiness, and cheekbones are a plus too.

When people talk about me, I want them to… it depends. if they’re my friends it’s okay, but if I don’t know them I find it kind of sketchy and uncomfortable if they talk behind my back. just be nice and non-judgemental. that’s all.

I want people to understand… me. except that’s a tall order, so no. uh, that gender?sex? and many things are not dichotomous, including gender, sexuality, and just…life in general. and that even though I’m young, I’m not “too young to decide.” I can’t decide these things. nor can I control at what age I find these things out.

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Posted by on April 4th, 2010 at 08:00 am

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One Response to “Profile: Mo”

  1. Meike

    You sound really awesome, and remind me of myself. I especially love the queer/whatever–you’ve read my mind! Keep on rocking.


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