Profile: Tyler

You can call me… Tyler or Ty

I identify as… androgynous/genderqueer.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … i’m not greatly bothered, i’m just used to female ones though.

I’m attracted to… a genuine personality and a caring nature. I’m only attracted to women, mainly the androgynous ones. But i keep an open mind.

When people talk about me, I want them to… be more considerate towards my feelings as i am just as human as they are. I’m not an object to discuss and probe, i am a person who feels and cares.

I want people to understand… that i’m not out to confuse them, i’m not a freak and i’m not below them. I’m just being me and there are so many differences in so many people, they need to be open to that. I don’t expect people to understand exactly how i feel about my gender or self, but if i can be open and make an effort for them, then they can do that for me.

About Tyler
I’m 19, lucky enough to already have an androgynous name, i’m not sure what i want to do for a career, i don’t know where i am going to end up. I don’t know who i am sometimes because my feelings and personality are constantly evolving. I know i want to enjoy life, i know i love my girlfriend, i know my family will always be there for me even with the knowledge of my sexuality. I’m proud of who i am, i’m proud to be a blood donor, on the bone marrow donors list and open to helping others in whatever way i can. I’m proud of my gender and sexuality.

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

Category: profiles 3 comments »

3 Responses to “Profile: Tyler”

  1. Anonymous

    You look *exactly* like charlieissocoollike (aka Charlie McDonnell). Hot damn.


  2. radical/rebel

    you’re cute
    I think being proud of who we are is the best thing we can even hope to be, so thank you.


  3. Anonymous

    so wholesome


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