Profile: Kat

You can call me… Kat

I identify as… pansexual gender-fluid

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I would prefer to be speaking a language where it’s not an issue, such as Finnish, where there’s only one third-person pronoun to use. Since I don’t live in Finland, however, for the sake of convenience I go by female pronouns.

I’m attracted to… Feminine men, mostly. Personality over physicality, though.

When people talk about me, I want them to… …not define me by my perceived gender. Yes, I am biologically female and don’t consider myself trans. That doesn’t mean I should be expected to act like a stereotypical girl. I have a very “masculine” personality, but still, that’s not a definition of “me”. I am not defined by male or female, I land somewhere comfortably between the extremes.

I want people to understand… Nothing’s black and white unless you paint it that way yourself. It even goes beyond shades of gray; don’t colorblind yourself and miss the differences between one person’s yellow and another’s green.

About Kat
Jewelry artist, dancer, singer/keyboardist.

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Posted by on May 26th, 2011 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 4 comments »

4 Responses to “Profile: Kat”

  1. Anonymous

    You have the same t-shirt as me ^-^


  2. Lane

    “Don’t colorblind yourself and miss the differences between one person’s yellow and another person’s green.” I love this


  3. Draven

    Wow, you put all my feelings into the best words, it’s nice to “meet” someone so much like me. I’m a biomale, but that doesn’t matter much. My female friends that would complain to me about men would always tell me I wasn’t a man, but a guy. I guess it’s not very gender-neutral, but still, I like it.


  4. Dara(dave)

    What is that Finnish pronoun you refer to? do you tell people to use it in thier speech with you?
    L, D


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