Profile: Tyler

You can call me… Tyler

I identify as… A male, who was born that way, but who loves everyone for who they are.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I use he and him or she and her or whatever someone wants to call me, whether it is out of jest or out of spite. Words can’t hurt me.

I’m attracted to… Men, any men, as long as they can be romantic

When people talk about me, I want them to… ask a lot of questions within earshot, and come to some great revelation that nobody else really cares about who I am and why I am that way and that they shouldn’t either.

I want people to understand… Nothing is by choice. Just because I don’t act masculine does not mean I am putting on a show. Just because I’d rather play dress-up and dance around the kitchen to Madonna or Lady Gaga than play baseball, or rather get up on stage and play a crazy British man or Mary Sunshine than fix a car does not make me any less of a man than anyone else who wants to be one.

About Tyler
Tyler is a junior in college studying classical vocal performance, and hopes to get his masters in musical theater performance. He loves music in any form and loves being on the stage more than anything.

He also is actively interested in Public Relations and has spent a lot of time working on political campaigns!

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Posted by on December 5th, 2010 at 04:00 pm

Category: profiles 2 comments »

2 Responses to “Profile: Tyler”

  1. Dayl

    You are so pretty and your air of confidence is super inspiring. :) :) :)


  2. Samson

    I wish I had half the self-assuredness and self-confidence you’re projecting in this photo.


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