Profile: Sydney


You can call me… Sydney, femboi, sir, handsome, gentleman, miss, baby, dollface, darlin’, bloke.

I identify as… Myself. I’m not sure what else to call it. I am comfortable being a biological female, my body is beautiful, however, my personality does not fit with my appearance. Genderqueer, boi, andro, unique. Sexuality-wise, I call myself queer, for I don’t feel the term Lesbian applies to me.

Dyke and fag also suit my needs.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … Please call me whatever you’d like, I’ll simply tip my hat, curtsy and be on my way.

I’m attracted to… Sharp wit, sly humour, big hands, fellow genderqueers, masculine/butch/boi ladies.

When people talk about me, I want them to… say nothing but what they honestly feel.

I want people to understand… I don’t think about my breasts nearly as often as I think about yours. I love my body, I really do, but my own gender just does not matter to me.

About Sydney
I’m Sydney. I identify as queer. I identify as a fem-boi. I do care what you think. I’m young — but I grew up fast.

» Define yourself. «

Posted by on January 3rd, 2010 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 14 comments »

14 Responses to “Profile: Sydney”

  1. Billie

    Oh, wow, you’re gorgeous!


  2. lady driven

    i identified strongly with what you’ve written. i am also a femboi-sliding the scale of gender and blurring the binaries. something has struck me about the gaze in your photo-strength and daring-fierce beauty.


  3. ducky

    You’re beautiful. =)

    also: “I don’t think about my breasts nearly as often as I think about yours” — brilliant.


  4. apple

    bewitchingly handsome. and the bear is cute too…


  5. Josée

    You’re are beatiful, darling! :-) (ducky beat me to saying it, but still.)

    ‘Unique’ has always been my favourite thing to identify as.


  6. Jill-Ian

    I want people to understand… “I don’t think about my breasts nearly as often as I think about yours.”

    I find this all too true.

    Our queer selves would have a great conversation I feel.


  7. damn

    call me.


  8. Anonymous

    You are beautiful and totally awesome. :)


  9. Becca

    You are incredibly stunning. I’m just finally becoming more comfortable with who I am and how I feel about my gender and it’s nice to know I’m not alone.
    Once again, you’re amazingly attractive and you sound so intriguing. I’d love to get to know you. (:


  10. kat

    wow…at the risk of repeating what everyone else said, you are really stunning. Also liked the “I don’t think about my breasts nearly as often as I think about yours.”


  11. zen

    ur stufftie looks just like mine.

    my bear’s name is gaffy. what’s your’s named?


  12. zen

    ps…i’ve done an intalgio etching of gaffy. here’s the link:


  13. Justine

    amazingly stunning… love the way you described yourself. great wit and confidence


  14. kari

    you’re the most beautiful person i’ve ever seen. i’d love to hear from you sometime.


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