Profile: Alexander

You can call me… Alexander

I identify as… male, or recently, genderqueer tranny boy.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … male pronouns fit me best.

I’m attracted to… what aren’t i attracted to? femininity, butchiness, sweetness, boldness, funniness, acceptance.

When people talk about me, I want them to… see me for me, not the female that is physically represented there, nor the male that only makes up a fraction of who i am.

I want people to understand… that i’m human. not a gender or a stereotype. i want them to know that a person goes beyond pronouns or sexual organs.

About Alexander
i’m fifteen, and people say i’m too young to know this much about myself, i just say that you’re never too young to know who you are. i’ve never been myself, truly and comfortably, until recently. i’ve never before been able to look someone in the eye and say with confidence that i am truly happy with myself. thank god that’s changing.

» Define yourself. «

Posted by on June 8th, 2011 at 04:00 pm

Category: profiles 4 comments »

4 Responses to “Profile: Alexander”

  1. Anonymous

    You’s a cutie.


  2. Jessica

    “…hat i’m human. not a gender or a stereotype.” What a great attitude for someone so early in life. Most folks take a lot longer to tumble to that one. It’s a pleasure to make your acquaintance, sir.


  3. radical/rebel

    I think one of the best (most rewarding, I guess) things that I have found about being queer is that we have the privilege (and struggle) of getting to know ourselves extremely well at young ages. Coming out (whatever that process is for each person) requires a really hard look at who you are and what you want, and I think the reward for that process is knowing and loving ourselves more fully than…… I’m just gonna say, I think most straight people can or do. Just my opinion.

    anyway take care! you are young! I hope life treats you well and you find many happinesses.



  4. Tristan

    Hey weren’t you on a trans channel called boysandbois on youtube. You look very familiar and we might have been on that channel together


Leave a Reply

Can I show your picture? If you have a Gravatar associated with this email address, it will be displayed as your photo. If not, I'll just put a picture of a fork next to your comment. Everybody likes forks.

Be nice. Judgmental comments will be quietly deleted and blacklisted. There's plenty of room for those elsewhere on the web.

For legal reasons, you must be age 13 or older to post a comment on Genderfork.

You can use some HTML tags for formatting, e.g. <em>...</em> for emphasis (italics) or <strong>...</strong> for strong emphasis (bold) or <a href="http://(url)">...</a> for links.

Back to top