Profile: Cesario

Person with short hair and a pierced nose wearing a button-up pale blue shirt, a lavender bow tie, and a blue cardigan.

You can call me… Cesario.

I identify as… bodyless. I’m neither here nor there, not quite able to identify with a defined term. I just detest being confined to a body that projects assumptions about me, without my consent. Ideally, I’d like to slide easily into the realm of ‘unidentifiable.’ Simply put, my secondary sexual characteristics make me want to scream.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I’ve been toying with gender neutral pronouns. Their current usage is marginalised at best, but the grammarian within me detests the use of singular generic they. Hmph.

I’m attracted to… people who play gameboy on public transit.

When people talk about me, I want them to… be utterly confused and personally offended.

I want people to understand… that having OCD doesn’t mean that you qualify for a spot on Showcase’s ‘Hoarders.’

About Cesario.
Cesario just wants to eat chocolate and scroll through the internet.

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Posted by on September 6th, 2011 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 9 comments »

9 Responses to “Profile: Cesario”

  1. T.V. Wilde

    you’re wonnnnnderful <3


  2. Patrick

    You rock.


  3. Jen Lillie

    You emit coolness.


  4. Anonymous

    You’re awesome.


  5. Anonymous

    also i know what you mean about secondary sex characteristics.


  6. shaedofblue

    Does the grammarian within you detest the singular use of “you”?

    ‘Cause otherwise the grammarian is inconsistent.


  7. Anonymous

    i relate to all of this, so much
    bowties, yes
    bodyless, yes
    (an instant classic as far as identity words go)
    combating ocd stereotypes, very much yes
    thank you for being someone i can relate to! you’re lovely


  8. Guinevere

    Refreshing! You don’t take the not taking things seriously, too seriously.

    It says the ghost is dancing above your stove.


  9. Marn

    baaaaah cuteness.


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