Beautiful Nowhere

Submitted by Sam, the model and photographer.

“They tell me I’m too pretty to be a boy, too handsome to be a girl. Well, I am just a person.”

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Posted by on December 19th, 2012 at 10:00 am

Category: faces 19 comments »

19 Responses to “Beautiful Nowhere”

  1. Lore

    Lovely picture! I really like your aesthetic and it looks very androgynous. You do look like a person, not a “boy” or a “girl”. :)


  2. Kyle

    Beautiful Everywhere is more like it :-)


  3. Anonymous

    …a gorgeous person at that!


  4. Crisa

    My God you’re gorgeous!


  5. DOTsimplymad

    Wonderful cosplay and such a gorgeous person. <33


  6. Elle



  7. Chuck

    You’re gorgeous!


  8. torrid_wind

    I happen to LOVE pretty guys! Trust me; I believe you’ll find that many people will easily be able to see your beauty (outer and inner).


  9. b

    why is my comment awaiting moderation? maybe it sounded too harsh. I do wish Sam all the best and I agree with his (or whichever pronoun you like:) physical beauty but the statement under the picture is just false complaining to me. Maybe I’m wrong but if comments like “wow” are allowed only just because the person in the picture is genderquuer then I’m not sure it’s the right message. Like, we are different, we can’t be criticised AT ALL. I also see myself as just a human and do want to be judged as a human.


    tigr replied:

    We — the Genderfork team — felt your previous comment didn’t add constructive dialog and wasn’t conducive of a supportive environment, hence the deletion. Genderfork isn’t the place for judgmental comments, it’s a place to be nice and welcoming and loving with warm, fuzzy feelings (see the FAQ for more on our commenting policies).


    tigr replied:

    And as a personal thought, to me the statement under the picture doesn’t seem like complaining at all. Also, there’s so many places where the message to genderqueerness is “you’re a freak” (not in a nice sense), so I’m very glad this is a space where people get a positive message instead, for a change! And I don’t think that means we cannot be criticised. I want to be seen as a human, and I’d like my faults pointed out to me, but I don’t want to be judged by others for not matching what they think a human should be like.


    b replied:

    ok, I get it:) I do love genderqueer (sorry for the typo in the word earlier) people but I guess it was “tough love”, not warm indeed.


    Elle replied:

    In regards to your comment, “Wow” is allowed because Sam’s hotness left me otherwise speechless. And I don’t know if Sam is genderqueer or not, they didn’t specify their gender identity in the comment, but I think the “Wow” stands anyway.

  10. Vallin SFAS

    You’re just right to be my new friend ;)!


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  15. KAT

    Good post. I’m experiencing some of these issues as well..


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