Profile: James

You can call me… James

I identify as… a geek. By sex, male (I’m waiting on that Y chromosome). By gender, me.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … He, his, him, but anything that isn’t feminine will suffice.

I’m attracted to… Beauty. Trainwrecks. Puzzles I can’t solve. Butch, femme, gay, undefined; anything in between. I like people who can like me.

When people talk about me, I want them to… think of me as a person before anything else. Also to tell me what they say. I can take it.

I want people to understand… that we’re not all made to fit in the little boxes; that I am capable of changing my mind; that I don’t always get it right; that I prefer an honest question to false understanding; that ‘adorable’ is possibly not the compliment you meant it to be; that no, I’m not twelve.

About James
Born in Miami Beach, raised in Santa Cruz, transplanting to Boston. Will someday be a successful writer. Is currently a starving artist. Really, he just wants to be loved.

» Define yourself. «

Posted by on June 14th, 2011 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 6 comments »

6 Responses to “Profile: James”

  1. Jessica

    Cordial salutations, sir. I cannot conceive of a universe containing fairness or justice where you would fail to find love. Good luck!


  2. Lana



  3. radical/rebel


    we should be friends


    radical/rebel replied:

    seriously, I want to get in touch with you


  4. mikey

    come to boston traniwreck (


  5. Pauly

    I’d sure like to get to know you


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