Profile: Sen Holiday

You can call me… whatever you’d like! I’m all for makin’ up names. If you aren’t, you can just call me Sen Holiday. After all, I do.

I identify as… Sen Holiday! If I absolutely have to work with labels, then a pan-affectionate, asexual, androgyne/genderqueer.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … there’s no right or wrong one to use. I hate that the binary is so rigid that there isn’t a recognized gender-neutral pronoun, and I find the ones somewhat available difficult for myself and others.

I’m attracted to… androgynous people of all genders — but not actually *attracted* to, since, as you will see above, I’m asex.

When people talk about me, I want them to… Ideally? It’d be great if they disassociated gender from me. This is a very difficult thing to do, however, and I understand that. When possible, it’s great when people use the gender-neutral version of words (the few that there are, anyway — spouse, person, et cetera).

I want people to understand… that the gender binary need not be so rigid! Really, relax it a bit, people. It’s liberating.

About Sen Holiday
Any other genderqueers in the Twin Cities? Also, I climb (rocks, trees, buildings, you name it), cook vegan deliciousness, fall down stairs, draw, read, and watch horror movies. Me in a nutshell!

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Posted by on April 15th, 2010 at 08:00 am

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6 Responses to “Profile: Sen Holiday”

  1. JezebelMalice

    There are a shit-ton of genderqueer folks in the the Twin Cities. We have a trans march every summer. Granted it’s for trans folks, but the genderqueer and gender-neutral folks march with ’em (well, not me… I just watch, but that’s just me. heh).


  2. Anonymous

    Not in the Cities, but a few hours east of you, Western Wisconsin here. Always looking for new genderqueer/androgyne/agendered buddies!


  3. Meike

    A few hours away–across the river from ND. We seriously need a more diverse population over here….
    You sound awesome by the way, and good luck finding people in your area!


  4. Rebekah

    Genderqueer asexuals for the win.


  5. spinningcannon

    “Pan-affectionate, asexual, androgyne/genderqueer” is exactly what I identify as. XD
    Sen, you are awesome. Keep being awesome.


  6. Petey

    Awesome climb with the banner, Sen!


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