Profile: Pistolita

You can call me… Pistolita.

I identify as… butch.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I don’t really understand this one. I guess I’m just someone else, as different as we all are. I can be loved for what’s inside of me or for what’s outside of me also. I’m the reflection of my feelings, I’m the reflection of desire. I’m happy being who I am.

I’m attracted to… femme women, but I also love to stare at beautiful, sensual people, I guess it’s the side of me, I love sexy bodies and personalities and don’t care about the “normal” concept of beauty.

When people talk about me, I want them to… respect me. Well, no, I want you to adore me, hahaha…

See? If I push you to do something it just doesn’t feel right!

I want people to understand… we all are different, and love comes in many shapes.

About Pistolita
When I was 3 years old, if someone asked my name I would answer: Jose Antonio. 3 years later, everyone should call me Pancho Pistolas, if they didn’t I would get mad and punch them in the face. Today everybody calls me Pistolita, and not because I asked for it. What a coincidence.

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Posted by on February 16th, 2010 at 08:00 am

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One Response to “Profile: Pistolita”

  1. Claudius Maximus

    Pistilota is one kick-a$$ nick name . I appreciate what you say ” we all are different, and love comes in many shapes” only if we all remember that the world would a better place.


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