Profile: Jared

You can call me… Jared, Liz, that Whovian in the front of the classroom who likes homework and is always smiling.

I identify as… a multi-gendered female-bodied individual, a boi with boobs, a lesbian, omnisexual, a person with a big heart

As far as third-person pronouns go, … Feminine most days is welcome, but I go by male pronouns when passing.

I’m attracted to… women of all identities and orientations, effeminate men.
Anyone who loves to debate and discuss. A love for learning is always welcome. If they’re a Whovian, they make me melt.

When people talk about me, I want them to… remember that it won’t change me. I want them to remember the Golden Rule. and most of all, I want them to remember that I love them still.

I want people to understand… that everyone is different, and that the ‘norm’ is such, because umbrella terms fit a whole group, but not all. Words are words. People should not be categorized and filed away into neat cabinets deep within the recesses of your mind. Take the time to know people, and always leave yourself open to new people and new experiences.

About Jared
Jared is a junior in High School. He is infatuated with geekdom, including comic books and British sci-fi. Liz is also learning to play keyboard, and loves to sing. She plans on majoring in psychology, and wants a career in sensory therapy.

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Posted by on September 20th, 2011 at 04:00 pm

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3 Responses to “Profile: Jared”

  1. Thought

    You seem pretty awesome. Whovians ftw


  2. piig

    An individual after my own heart. Keep being awesome.


  3. Kei or Kevin

    Whovians unite! I haven’t found anyone who likes comic books and BBC Sherlock and the Doctor on campus. People like one or another. And none Want to nerd out on like I do.
    Stay cute!


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