Profile: Mirabelle

You can call me… Mirabelle

I identify as… Something! All I know is that I like wearing skirts, and doing my makeup. What the heck am I really is an enigma, so let’s not get crazy with that. I’m also a huge dork.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I get “he” and “him” because I have to wear a stupid uniform at school. I really want “she” and her” though….

I’m attracted to… Beautiful, intelligent, courageous people. It doesn’t matter what they were born as

When people talk about me, I want them to… Disregard all thought of applying convention to me.

I want people to understand… It’s okay to tell this here “gender binary” where to shove it.

About Mirabelle
Howdy y’all, I come from Texas. I go to a Catholic high school, the teachers there are lovingly accepting, but some students would maul me if I wore the pretty skirts the “born as” girls get. I’m a dork who loves Discworld books and history.

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Posted by on January 8th, 2011 at 04:00 pm

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18 Responses to “Profile: Mirabelle”

  1. Darcy Taya



  2. Brie

    Just adorable.


  3. Imogen Quest

    Oh my God you are the cutest.


  4. J.D.

    Discworld? As in Terry Pratchett? YES!

    You are amazing.


  5. Elijah



  6. miko

    Discworld, yay! If you haven’t read Neil Gaiman’s Sandman comics and Doug Adams’s Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy series yet, you should definitely check them out.
    Good luck with school!


    Darcy Taya replied:

    Hitchhiker’s Guide is /the/ best..! >>


  7. Lane

    I’d add Good Omens, the book Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman did together. Good luck, and let the record show you look awesome in skirts. :-)


  8. Samson

    (1) WHERE DID YOU GET YOUR SHIRT. I want one.

    (2) Adorable.


  9. Leon

    I completely understand with the whole school uniform bit.
    They made me wear a skirt and it was one of the reasons I almost dropped out.

    And by the way, you are adorable.


  10. Hodge Podge

    Totally sympathise with the uniform skirt thing, I know they’re horrible but omg I was so jealous in school.


  11. Jessica

    School uniforms have improved since those awful pleated jumpers. We all wore boots – usually fashionable boots with buckles, but some of us got told that “no, you may not wear combat boots, not even with knee socks.”

    We had a dead ringer for Draco Malfoy on this list a little while ago, and now we’ve got Ron (or in this case Ronni) Weasley. I like your look, too, but I wonder what you wear for shoes…


    Anonymous replied:

    I totally still had to wear pleated plaid jumpers at Catholic School in the late 90s, even in the 20 degree (F) winter recess time. Awful for so many reasons. :P


  12. Brittany

    You are beautiful!


  13. RedRightAnkle

    you are the cutest cutie who ever did cute!


  14. Anonymous

    I grew up Trans and in Catholic school, too! You know what? Over 15 years later, 4/12 of my graduating class identify as Trans, and over half of us identify as Queer. You might be in better company than you think, even if nobody is saying a word! :)


  15. Chris

    Have to agree with the “ADORABLE” comments



  16. Anonymous

    I think you could totally rock the uniform skirt. the cool thing: one day, maybe years from now, but still–one day, you will likely have the free will to do just that. I’ve just recently been exploring the awesome world of boxer briefs since I am freshly on my own. Freedom is terrific.


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