Profile: Ira

White person with curly hair, wearing a newsboy cap, a blue shirt with a white collar, black rectangle-framed glasses, and a red and black striped tie. He is sitting in front of an orange wall with a pictureframe visible, and he's smiling.

You can call me… Ira

I identify as… pansexual, polyamorous, trans nerd of epic proportions.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … they’re absolutely wonderful and should be used more often. However, I prefer male pronouns when in reference to myself.

I’m attracted to… a perfect combination of compassion and intelligence.

When people talk about me, I want them to… be honest.

I want people to understand… gender is as fluid as sexuality and a cultural construction that we can fuck with in so many revolutionary ways.

About Ira
I am a twenty year old anarcho-feminist, writer, activist, and avid opponent of capital letters when it comes to my own work. When I’m not avoiding capital letters, you can find me making fun of customers at Pat and Oscar’s or working on my trans* focused project called theCircle (

(Profile submitted to Genderfork on August 23rd, 2010)

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Posted by on August 3rd, 2011 at 04:00 pm

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2 Responses to “Profile: Ira”

  1. Elissa Marcelle

    love the “trans nerd of epic proportions”!!!! I’m a Whovian, a Browncoat and a Wookie lover!!!


    Alex replied:

    Browncoats are cool.
    *mixing fandoms like whoa*


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