Profile: Ian

Pale person with very short light hair, tilting their head down and peering up at the camera with a smile. They have two piercings in their one visible ear.

You can call me… Ian.

I identify as… queer, transmasculine, gender-crazy, FtWTF, grey-space.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I don’t really care what you use. I dislike female pronouns if the person saying them has no idea what they mean to me, but sometimes it can’t be helped. I’m comfortable with he, she, they, it, zie, or whatever else you can come up with. I don’t mind people switching in the middle of conversations, either.

I’m attracted to… practically anyone. I especially like girls with dreads and tattoos, and boys who genderfuck like rock stars.

When people talk about me, I want them to… GET OVER my gender expression. I am so much more than what I’m wearing today. Talk to me, not my skins.

I want people to understand… that everyone is just made of clay, and everyone changes in almost every way. Just because my changes are more visible doesn’t make me different from anyone else.

About Ian
I like Nacho Cheese Doritos, tea, long-sleeved shirts, mosh pits, climbing trees, and making lists. I write abstract poetry and take some half-assed photos.

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Posted by on July 24th, 2011 at 08:00 am

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2 Responses to “Profile: Ian”

  1. Courage

    You look like me. :D

    I like how you understand the difference between “everyone” and “anyone.” being attracted to “practically anyone” is not the same as “practically everyone.” So many people fail to grasp that. That’s one of my biggest peeves.


  2. Ej

    you’re so good looking, sir! and you sound so much like me, its incredible…


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