Profile: Ariel

You can call me… Ariel

I identify as… a largely feminine lady who has her masculine days.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … she, her, etc. I suppose I wouldn’t mind the occasional “he,” but it’s not what I feel.

I’m attracted to… everybody. Well, men and women with a large preference for women. I like natural and nonconventional, but I don’t care about feminine or masculine. A masculine woman? Sure. Feminine? Cool. Feminine boy? Masculine boy? It’s all the same. Androgynous? Oh my, yes.

When people talk about me, I want them to… feel I’m trustworthy, reliable, honest, and good at what I do, which is music and singing/acting.

I want people to understand… that most of the stuff they get hung up on is just a matter of a few yards of cloth and who people plant their lips on. I think that if more people thought of it that way, there’d be less hate and more healthy neutrality.

About Ariel
I’m Ariel. I consider myself bisexual (or maybe pansexual). I love singing, acting, writing, and baking. I’m also very interested in gender studies.

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Posted by on April 12th, 2012 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 3 comments »

3 Responses to “Profile: Ariel”

  1. radical/rebel

    gender studies! wherever you are, I say it’s worth your time. take classes! get knowledge! read books! change lives! do it!

    live the struggle


  2. Ariel

    Thanks. :) I’m a little bit in flux about which degree I’m going for when I transfer to university in the fall, but if I decide on gender studies, I’ll be in a great place. I’m heading to UC Santa Cruz. :)


  3. emmy or mitchell

    hey whats up? just from reading what little you have here you seem like the perfect girl.. haha. hope everything goes well in gender studies, that would be a nice degree to have.


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