Profile: Bee/Ryan

Close-up of an androgynous white person's face. Their eyes are blue and they have short brown hair. They are looking at the camera with a half-smile.

You can call me… Bee or Ryan

I identify as… a genderqueer/genderfuck/(pre-T) tranny.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … Depends. If I’m not binding/not in public you can call me whatever you want. In public its ‘ze/zer’ or just ‘they’.

I’m attracted to… Good personalities, life experience, humor, bright eyes and tattoos. Butch and femme. Tall and short. Always awesome.

A love of comic books and Megaman is always nice.

When people talk about me, I want them to… be honest. That doesn’t mean tell them my life story, but don’t make things up either. The people I associate myself with, will want to understand me as a person. And they have every right to.

I want people to understand… that I am the exact same person I was before I told you I was trans. Personalities are big and physical appearance should come second. If I change at all it’s not because my body looks different. It’s because I am finding myself as a person and the person I was before, didn’t fit right.

About Bee/Ryan
Just a 15 year old kid finding themselves a place in the world where they can be what they what to be.

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Posted by on June 30th, 2011 at 08:00 am

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