Profile: Deetz

Person with messy hair wearing headphones and round glasses making a face at something offscreen.

You can call me… Deetz, ozzy/ozwald (once transitioned), or victor, cannot seem to decide on the two yet.

I identify as… TransMan, I would most likely prefer just male though.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … He him, sir, guy, man, boss, awesomesauce

I’m attracted to… rarely take attraction, but when do, women. Has to have some related thing to my likings too, such as a certain style, and art. so on.

When people talk about me, I want them to… call me by what i am, not what they have seen me born as.
not think i’m some lesbian who’s afraid of men.

I want people to understand… You don’t have to be a stereotypical male (football, sexsexsex, beer, beating on someone, rough rrrhhhg muscly) to actually be male.

About Deetz
Hello fellow gentlemen and ladies, born in the country of tea and crumpets, my obsessions are anything of the Victorian era. no, not steampunk.
I am an illustrator/comic artist. which i soon hope to be one day.
i am sadly mostly under stealth and would PREFER no one knew i was a transgender, and just a man, but trans friends are most encouraging and coooool.

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Posted by on August 29th, 2011 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 2 comments »

2 Responses to “Profile: Deetz”

  1. jules

    you’re so cute!!!!!!!!!!!


  2. Rob

    Hey Deetz, love the photo of you wearing headphones. Can I use it on a squidoo wepage on earphones. I will give photo credit to you. Let me know. Thanks.


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