Profile: Soulless Hipster

You can call me… Soulless Hipster

I identify as… a human being that can’t identify as anything other than very, very queer. I think the last time I tried, I came up with man-hating pansexual; before that it was asexual lesbian.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I like “that sassy asshole.” I honestly don’t mind being called he, him, she, they, her, or even it.

I’m attracted to… green eyes, androgyny, and cleverness

When people talk about me, I want them to… not label me. I can’t even think of a label for myself!

I want people to understand… that gender is not black and white, it’s a whole rainbow. Just because I have breasts and menstruate, I don’t classify myself as female. Gender is fluid and beautiful in all it’s identifications.

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Posted by on May 8th, 2011 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 3 comments »

3 Responses to “Profile: Soulless Hipster”

  1. Adair

    My attempts to express my gender and sexual orientation have stretched to paragraph-length strings of labels, so I empathize with you on that. ^_^

    Also why does everyone on genderfork these days have glasses that so beautifully match the shape of their faces? *whines in jealousy, then laughs at self*


  2. hylie random

    “Just because I have breasts and menstruate, I don’t classify myself as female.”



  3. Tommy

    “I came up with man-hating pansexual”

    How does this make sense?

    Oh, wait, I see…is it like “heterosexual mysoginist”? =_=


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