Profile: Sloane

Person wearing a plaid shirt and a cap, smirking at the camera.

You can call me… Sloane.

I identify as… A masculine identified gender queer. Most days. I love existing in the in-between..I love it when I feel like I give the cashier at the grocery a little mind fuck once I open my mouth to speak. It makes me giggle.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I am much to complicated for them. “She” irks me somedays, other days I could care less. I pretty much roll with the punches. Masculine pronouns make me pretty smiley though.

I’m attracted to… Femmes!

When people talk about me, I want them to… Focus on Sloane, not on the ambiguity, the androgyny. And if they do focus on it, I hope people understand that this is me, I am not some choice to be made. This is exactly where/who/what I want to be.

I want people to understand… That I am a boy, most of the time.
That I love my cunt as much as my bound chest and my faux sideburns.
That if one more person asks me “So when are you going to transition?” I might explode.

I am always a work in progress.
But I am no one’s “project.”

About Sloane.
Sloane, soon to be 24, Cincinnati area. Recently discovered my GQ-ness & learning to revel in it every single damn day.

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Posted by on September 4th, 2011 at 08:00 am

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4 Responses to “Profile: Sloane”

  1. Regen

    You are who I would be if I were more secure (except the bit about being attracted to femmes). Some people just dont get the concept of “I am a boy, but that doesn’t mean I need to have boy parts”. And that bit about “she” sometimes being a problem and other times fine is totally me too!


  2. Eli

    We’re kinda similar in a lot of ways. I’m envious of your revelry and excitement regarding your GQ-ness.


  3. Lesley

    What a cute guy you are! :)


  4. Christopher

    I like the part about not being anyones project. I think that people feel a need to take the pandemonium of our world, and of human nature and try to confine it, to name it, classify it, make it fit into a pattern. I think thats our way of feeling mastery over ourselves. I personally think that this has nothing to do with it. I think that feelings, and being unable to quantify something shows we have the mastery to understand that things are always more than they seem.

    Or I could be crazy.

    I also am oddly smiley but never for any particular reason.


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