Profile: Madison

You can call me… Madison.

I identify as… a gender mutt. I’ve tried all manners of being specific about it, and this works better than any of them.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … Male pronouns and sir will make me sqeal and hug you. Anything else, and I’ll still probably smile and want to be friends.

I’m attracted to… I could say boys and girls, but it’s usually more of someone in between. Artists, sufferers, and those who see beauty in the creative and unique.

When people talk about me, I want them to… be completely honest with me. I’ll decide if what they have to say is too offensive for me to listen to.

I want people to understand… that they can ask me any questions if they’re curious. It’s really not offensive unless they try to be, and educated people are less likely to be judgemental than confused ones.

About Madison
Madison is a small-town kid with big city dreams. She wants to be the boy you see strumming along on an acoustic guitar sitting in Haight Ashbury. The girl with the funky hair in the record store. The person you never would have imagined, but now that you met you realize they’re just perfect for you.

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Posted by on July 13th, 2011 at 04:00 pm

Category: profiles 2 comments »

2 Responses to “Profile: Madison”

  1. J.D.

    I think we might be long lost twins. Perhaps someday I’ll see you with that guitar and sit down next to you and strum along on mine. I imagine we’d get along quite well.


  2. Anonymous

    You sound awesome. That’s all.


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