Profile: Dreux

A dark skinned person with short, dark, curly hair. He is standing against a blank white wall and is holding a blue towel up over his chest, which appears to be bare.

You can call me… Dreux

I identify as… genderqueer. Embracing and loving the boi that I am, but also aware of my feminine traits.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I prefer to be called “he.” Being called “she” makes me feel weird and uncomfortable. I hate being called “honey,” “mami,” “suga,” etc.

I’m attracted to… I’m attracted to ultra feminine women and the occasional prettyboi. My attraction levels are far and in-between.

When people talk about me, I want them to… realize that although I was born female, that doesn’t mean I agree with that.

I want people to understand… that I’m borderline FTM, there are just somethings I don’t agree with, and I am comfortable and happy in my school being a gentleman. I can adjust to any situation as long as you are respecting my wishes.

About Dreux
I’m Dreux. I’m genderqueer. I’m very different or weirder than anyone you have ever encountered. I believe in the unbelievable. I’m a writer,graphic designer,alien.

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Posted by on November 27th, 2011 at 08:00 am

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2 Responses to “Profile: Dreux”

  1. radical/rebel

    Hey I really dig your profile. you seem well-spoken. nice to see you here.


  2. Clare

    For some reason this picture is so – ancient…as if we are seeing someone, or something from the far-distant past of…Africa (and i apologise if that’s not your origin) but that’s how its taken me. Your appearance is sculptural somehow…


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