Someone wrote…

You know what the world needs? More people who think someone’s interest in unicorns is more important than their gender.

What’s your experience?

And what are you thinking about gender right now?

Posted by on February 27th, 2010 at 04:00 pm

Category: your voice 13 comments »

13 Responses to “Unicorns.”

  1. Sadie

    or their interest in faeries?


  2. Sam



  3. Lanthir

    Or how many languages they speak!


  4. jean c.

    one of my genderqueer friends uses “unicorn” to describe someone about whose gender identity he’s not entirely sure… and maybe he doesn’t know them well enough to ask outright… but it’s clear that they are presenting something that’s different from the normal/expected presentation — that they exist somewhere within that magical land… a unique creature…


  5. Meike

    Totally agree. And @jean, that’s a wicked awesome use of the word unicorn.


  6. Milo

    Yes, languages are amazing! Especially Spanish and Quechua.


  7. nick

    freudian field day. :p

    my favorite language is Chinese.


  8. ElegantAndrogyne

    The world would need more people interested in The Invisible Pink Unicorn ;).


  9. Jude

    Open your eyes I see
    Your eyes are open

    God i hope your referring to this http://games.adultswim.com/robot-unicorn-attack-twitchy-online-game.html


  10. Max

    I judged a poetry slam last night. The scale was 1-10, and I was told that a ten is like if a unicorn gave you a puppy.


  11. Shay

    I agree completely.
    and @Max: That would be INCREDIBLE. I want a unicorn to give me a puppy!


  12. ashley

    this morning i was in the shower and a unicorn texted me good morning.

    please find this as harmlessly enjoyable as i do.


  13. Lilybean

    I want a puppy to give me a unicorn, but I’m wary that it all sounds like some deviant sexual slang :P


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