Profile: Rocio

You can call me… Rocio

I identify as… genderqueer. I am a female, but I try not to adhere to any particular gender. When I walk, I don’t consider myself male or female.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … she.

I’m attracted to… inner-beauty. People I want to save, to understand, to know, to share terrible times with. People who show me their weaknesses, and in doing so, look so strong.

I want people to understand… that all of their preconceived notions on sexuality and self-identity are not the truth, they are the products of indoctrination.

About Rocio
I try to be a friend of change, and I love to laugh. Make me laugh and I’ll love you. I eat a lot. I attend the California State University of Fullerton, and I study English, which is a terrible major to have because imperialism makes me want to punch someone in the face. I’m Indigenous and I take everything seriously that you don’t, and vise versa.

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Posted by on October 18th, 2011 at 04:00 pm

Category: profiles 3 comments »

3 Responses to “Profile: Rocio”

  1. radical/rebel

    rad profile. I’m trying to find good anti-imperialist philosophy/literary criticism in order to try to combat the effects that ingesting White Male Thought Canon has had on me. stuff like Gayatri Spivak and Audre Lorde. if you have any recommendations or what I’m talking about makes sense, post back!!

    <3 radical solidarity, radical affection <3

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  2. Caro

    Rocio, we need to be friends. I’m genderqueer English major at CSU Sacramento.

    Great profile! :)

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  3. Anonymous

    Beautiful! But it’s the words that make the spirit shine.
    (from a non-adherent male)

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