Profile: Bren

You can call me… Bren, Brent, B

I identify as… Hmm.. a vaguely butch vaguely femme male-bodied anarcho-queerion.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I don’t care. She or he, but I don’t really like gender neutral pronouns for myself personally. Either at any time.

I’m attracted to… Cute nerds, of all types. Smart people in general. Also, tattoos mmm…

When people talk about me, I want them to… Cream their pants.

I want people to understand… I’m jus’ bein’ me. I don’t share similar ideas with a lot of people, but I don’t discount anyone’s beliefs.

About Bren
I’m lame but if you wanna forrow me on tumblr it’s

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Posted by on February 25th, 2011 at 08:00 am

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4 Responses to “Profile: Bren”

  1. Andrea

    you’re hot and this is an awesome;y irreverent profile. fuck yea!


  2. Jessica

    I like anarcho-queerion. Are you Orthodox or Reform?


    Pax replied:

    Anarcho-queerion orthodox v. reform? I thought there was only one type on anarcho-queer, which is to say there is no one type. Define please? I Googled to no avial.

    Since coming out, I feel like I’m earning my PHD in the complicated language of lgbt/Q-alphabet soup.


    Jessica replied:

    Gosh… somebody took me seriously! We’ve all gotten to be alphabetologists.
    Orthodox: adhering the the doctrine without relativist reinterpretation.
    Reform: granting the relevance of doctrine but insisting upon the need to interpret in light of current circumstance.
    Derivation: orthodox and reform are used to refer to different congregations in the Jewish faith, largely to indicate said congregation’s degree of adherence to the letter of (orthodox) or the spirit of (reform) Talmudic law.


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