Profile: NG


You can call me… NG

I identify as… queer and a woman, but that doesn’t mean I’m altogether feminine. In my opinion there are a thousand ways to be a woman; whether you wear suits and baggy jeans and paint a moustache, or you wear heels and dresses and flowers in your hair. It’s just clothes. Whether you know how to fix a car, or a lamp, or you just love to knit and cook. It’s just things to do.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I use female ones. But I enjoy being called a handsome guy.

I’m attracted to… Androgynes. Mostly those who are born females. Occasionally I fall for pretty girls, but only if they have a twist of something undefinable.

When people talk about me, I want them to… forget all about my gender, and all those prejudices that follow, and just see me for what I can be and am.

I want people to understand… that everybody should be allowed to define their identity themselves, not have it formed for them.


About NG
I’m a Scandinavian singer/songwriter, drawn to the queer side of life.

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Posted by on January 12th, 2010 at 04:00 pm

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7 Responses to “Profile: NG”

  1. Rebecca

    At first look, I thought your moustache was real. :)
    I rather like it.


  2. ab

    This is beautiful, you’re a beautifully handome.
    & you’re my kind of person.


  3. mashenka

    thanks for your post. i really like your words about what being a woman means for you. i really identify with that outlook. cool mustache too!


  4. Carolyn

    This is exactly how I feel about womanhood. I’m content with my birth sex, but I like to challenge gender roles. I just love how you worded it.


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  6. NG

    It really warms my heart (and cheeks) to know that there are other fine human beings out there, who shares my views on gender and womanhood. Hooray!


  7. Anonymous

    having my first night of gender play dress-up tonight. thanks so much for this post. i love this website so much. I love this: “it’s just things to do.”


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