Profile: Tim


You can call me… Tim

I identify as… a Swedish and androgynous poet and artist.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I prefer my name. Sometimes i get real offended by people calling me by feminine pronouns, kind of to tell me than I’m “nothing but a girl whatever I look like,” but I’m used to it so I try not to bother.

I’m attracted to… beautiful people with a great vocabulary and intellect. I’m most attracted to masculine or androgynous people with a classic preppy style, who dress in skinny jeans and shirts and ties. I don’t care about gender but I get attracted to short messy haircuts and big hands and a raspy voice. Also I used to fall in love with people I shouldn’t’ve fallen in love with.

When people talk about me, I want them to… look behind their shoulders before they do so; I don’t really like listening to people talking about me, ’cause it happens to be bad things.

I want people to understand… That you don’t have to fit into the norms of a man or woman, that you can be whoever you feel like. And that you are who you identify as, and not what others identify you as.

» Define yourself. «

Posted by on March 6th, 2010 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 4 comments »

4 Responses to “Profile: Tim”

  1. C

    You have an great profile, and this picture is really well-done too.


  2. meds

    this is awesome.


  3. Cross

    … :)
    nice choice in people.


  4. Lilybean

    You, Tim, are gorgeous… :]


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