Profile: Vicky

You can call me… Vicky

I identify as… a heterosexual transvestite, or the modern definition of queer.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I prefer male when dressed as a man, but answer to male or female while cross-dressing.

I’m attracted to… only one woman… and she loves me too.

When people talk about me, I want them to… look beyond the assumption that I am transexual as well as transvestite.  Sexual preference should never enter into their conversations.  Their reactions to me should reflect my personality, not my appearance.

I want people to understand… not all transvestites are homosexual, and those who are, exist as wonderful people.  Transvestitism deals with self-image and comfort in one’s own skin.

About Vicky
Vicky is currently studying to be a Fight Director, choreographing fight scenes for the stage and screen.  As such, (s)he is in a profession dominated by macho alpha males who make false assumptions about him/her on a daily basis.  (S)He is fed up with all of the prejudice, and longs for a day when sexual preference is not taboo, but can be freely discussed without embarrassment.

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Posted by on November 26th, 2011 at 04:00 pm

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3 Responses to “Profile: Vicky”

  1. Rachel

    A great profile – one I can really relate to. It’s almost a reflex now when I tell people I’m a crossdresser to add ‘But I’m not transexual, and I’m not gay.’ People seem amazed to find that I’m open about who I am, whilst being happily married with two children.

    Well done Vicky.


  2. Alice

    “I’m attracted to… only one woman… and she loves me too.”

    That’s awesome :D <3


  3. Risa

    picture, please! :)


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