Profile: Comrade Jasper

You can call me… Comrade Jasper. Or Jester, if you know me from deviantART (YeOld-Jester).

I identify as… an asexual, mostly aromantic, neutrois, sometimes stone butch, anachronistic, atheistic, sometimes communistic/socialistic, artist/writer willing to fight for zirself and zir rights if need be. I much prefer intellectual debate to mindless fisticuffs, though.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I like the neutral ones, zie and zir and all that, but I won’t get too picky. I would prefer you avoid the female ones, though.

I’m attracted to… androgyny and intelligence and the counter-culture. But I’m more interested in having friends than lovers.

When people talk about me, I want them to… do so to my face, so I can agree with or refute their claims.

I want people to understand… that I won’t hate people for their mistakes, so long as they learn from them and become better people. If you’re stupid and happy to be an ignorant cuss, then keep away. But if you’re willing to learn, I am willing to teach.

About Comrade Jasper
Hi. I like scary/weird things, Victorian things, gay things, and genderbending things. I tend to blurt out songs and movie quotes for reasons that make sense to me, but not to everyone else. Also, I have a tendency to imitate voices and accents I hear, just because I like to.

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Posted by on March 10th, 2011 at 08:00 am

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5 Responses to “Profile: Comrade Jasper”

  1. Jen



  2. Jessica

    As a scary weird thing, I say, so cool. A friend of mine refers to blurting out songs as “musical turrets.”


  3. George Grey

    That’s a great picture – goggles are the best.


  4. Jasper

    Man o man, I forgot I submitted this XD *Has a rubbish memory* God, I sound a bit pretentious, or like I’m overcompensating, in places, don’t I? *Knocks his head against his desk* Suppose I was, through some sort of complex from not being entirely happy with identifying neutrois; it fit, but not well. I like to think I’ve gotten better, though, having found that I’m more comfortable sitting closer to (foppish) male than neutrois :)


    George Grey replied:

    I love it when people come and give an update on where their gender’s gone since they submitted the profile, so interesting.


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