Profile: Ace

You can call me… Ace.

I identify as… Well, I’m technically intergender. I have Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome, and was raised as a girl, but I don’t personally identify as genderqueer (plus it sounds really cool to say I’m a GQ).

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I like “they.” English has some shortcomings in neutral pronouns, and I don’t even mind “it,” but most of the time people refer to me as “she” or “her,” and I’m too lazy to correct them.

I’m attracted to… everyone and everyone! Seriously, everyone is physically attractive to me, but especially fellow genderbenders. My partner is a cisgendered male, but that doesn’t mean he’s an unmoving pillar of manliness.

When people talk about me, I want them to… understand that gender has nothing to do with my identity at all. I like what I like, and what’s inside of my pants has no bearing on anything in my life other than what extremely boring people think of me.

I want people to understand… that I like fielding questions about my gender and sexuality. How else are people going to learn about others if they don’t have meaningful conversations with people different than themselves?

About Ace.
I’m a vegan Straight Edge work-in-progress riot Grrl/boii. I am not afraid of sexuality and am open to discussions all the time! I have ridiculous fetishes for tentacles, rocks, glasses, and mythbusting.

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Posted by on November 2nd, 2011 at 04:00 pm

Category: profiles 8 comments »

8 Responses to “Profile: Ace”

  1. radical/rebel

    goodness gracious, yes, yes, yes! the last couple profiles on genderfork have been seriously bad ass.


  2. Anonymous

    Oh gosh you’re awesome, and can I say HOT HOT HOT?


  3. T.V. Wilde

    yeah.. you’re pretty incredible ^^ xx


  4. Cal

    you have a really beautiful soul and an amazing understanding of how life should be


  5. Anonymous

    you’re damn cute.


  6. Anonymous

    I seriously love your hair. *____* I may have to steal the striped idea!


  7. Anonymous

    Um… the first paragraph doesn’t make sense… it sounds cool to say you’re a GQ but you *don’t* personally identify as genderqueer?


  8. Sibyl_Vane

    Your gorgeous…


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