Profile: Krishnaa

You can call me… Krishnaa (or Krish)

I identify as… Guy. Dude. Boy. Man.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I prefer masculine pronouns, but I’m okay with either. I don’t look particularly masculine (my mother runs a tight ship and tries her hardest to make sure I look “respectable”) and have since given up trying, but I like to be acknowledged as a guy as far as personality goes.

I’m attracted to… Everyone. Guys, girls, hermaphrodrites, trans, genderqueers, etc. I have a tendency to go for people who are kind of ambiguous.

When people talk about me, I want them to… Quit with the special treatment but be courteous.

I want people to understand… That my outward appearance isn’t the formula for my personality. Gender isn’t an equation. We all have our combinations and I’m not trying to take the place of something I’m not.

About Krishnaa
I’m a writer who’s just trying to figure things out as they go along.

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Posted by on April 22nd, 2011 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 8 comments »

8 Responses to “Profile: Krishnaa”

  1. Anonymous

    *is not okay with the use of the word hermaphrodite*


    Elijah Y. replied:

    yeah same

    proper term is intersex

    true hermaphroditism is impossible in humans


    shaedofblue replied:

    There are no recorded cases where someone could both get pregnant and sire offspring, but there is nothing technically preventing such an occurrence. Not actually impossible, just vanishingly improbable.


    Anonymous replied:

    much in agreement, though I’m sure it was not meant with offence as much as others would respect you by using the male pronoun you should make it your responsibility to know the correct terminology for whatever group of people you would be referring too


  2. magdelyn

    You look awesome.


  3. XylophoneGender

    “but I like to be acknowledged as a guy as far as personality goes” <-- love this


  4. Nikolai

    “That my outward appearance isn’t the formula for my personality. Gender isn’t an equation.” – This is going into my memorable quotes file. Thank you for that.

    And I can definitely see your appearance as androgynous to male, even if you don’t try. You give off a vibe. Also, you’re gorgeous.


    Jessica replied:

    Yes, I never added up either. I didn’t fit the formula. I was the wrong answer because I wasn’t ask the right question.


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