Profile: Jamie

You can call me… Jamie

I identify as… a person who lives everyday fully and freely, regardless of what people may think of her. Ironically, I find it odd that people still love me for all the things I do, no matter how odd or strange they are.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I don’t mind being called “he”, I find it kind of like a compliment actually. However! It is quite annoying when I am still mistaken for a guy when I DO make an effort to look like a girl. (I went to a pool party in a bikini and a skirt as a mermaid, and people still thought I was a gay guy going in drag. Thanks so much for that, by the way! Lol.)

I’m attracted to… nobody. I’m Asexual. :D

When people talk about me, I want them to… grab me and kiss me crazy. I hope to someday disprove my asexuality. I envy people who feel the way they do when they’re in a relationship, and I have always wondered what that would feel like. Being in love, I mean.

I want people to understand… that I am me and no single label can define me, nor themselves for that matter.

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Posted by on November 4th, 2011 at 04:00 pm

Category: profiles 3 comments »

3 Responses to “Profile: Jamie”

  1. Brett Blatchley

    I see deep beauty in you Jamie! :-)

    You are blessed with a name that works nicely for either sex, either gender!

    Yes, I understand the asexuality!


  2. anta

    I love the tie!

    And, you know, being asexual doesn’t stop you from falling in love. That would be being aromantic. There’s no reason you can’t be both, though. I know I am.


  3. Lee

    “that I am me and no single label can define me, nor themselves for that matter.”

    I love that! Something to remember, for sure.

    Something tells me that love will grab you, being asexual won’t stop it from happening.


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