Profile: Aubrey

Medium-skinned person wearing several bracelets and two necklaces, sitting outside and holding a very small turtle in the palm of their hand, pursing their lips as if about to kiss the turtle.

You can call me… Aubrey, my name used to be Daryle but I wanted something a bit more… both gendery

I identify as… biologically a queer boy. Someimes I feel like a boy and other times I feel like a girl. most of the time I feel like neither.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I don’t mind. Most people call me a “he” I love how sometimes my mom and sister call me “she” on accident and I’m like… I don’t care.

I’m attracted to… Any kind of boy. with some kind of emotion. Whether they’re masculine or feminine. Though I really like my in-betweeners who fluctuate.

When people talk about me, I want them to… see me for what’s on the inside. I don’t make sense all the time. but since when did anyone. really?

I want people to understand… There’s more than life than “he” said, “she” said, it’s almost like they forget that “they” do exist. Maybe I’m just different. I try to just go with what I feel. and I’m okay with change. Things my happen over a lengthy period of time and I might change how I feel so I’ll change what I look like on the outside. My gender has absolutely nothing to do with my body parts but everything to do with how I feel inside.

About Aubrey
I’m Aubrey.
I have six toes… not really :)
I’m fairly young.
I’m nineteen.
I really like boys a lot.
If I told you I liked this world, I’d be a liar.
I like my own better.
I’m about as queer as it gets.
I’m okay with that.
I’m okay with a lot of things.

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Posted by on July 26th, 2011 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 4 comments »

4 Responses to “Profile: Aubrey”

  1. Poet

    I love your turtle!


  2. Ihm

    Cheers for unabashed androphilia!


  3. XylophoneGender

    the note about family pronouns made me smile


  4. Anonymous

    you’re 0kay with a l0t of things?



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