Profile: Damien

You can call me… Damien

I identify as… A freak, A tranny, A cross dresser, A goth slut, A pokemon master, A Degrassi lover, A chihuahua tamer, A biological female, Genderqueer, A misfit, A poser, and A fish/human hybrid.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … whatever you feel like using. Most call me “she” but being called “he” makes my day, being called “it” makes me laugh. So hey, I’m good with anything

I’m attracted to… boys with sexy long hair, red lips, glasses, pale skin, dark hair, chains on their belts, who aren’t afraid to rock some black nails.

When people talk about me, I want them to… give me hugs. I’m a MAJOR hug person. I also want them to be themselves. I don’t want to talk to the boy behind the mask. I want to see his pretty face.

I want people to understand… that i don’t care what gender you want to be. I personally prefer to dress male, but if you choose to go fem, that’s cool too. I love every one for who they are, not what they’re expected to be.

About Damien

I’m Mo, but I would rather be Damien. I’m 13-years-old and the school freak. Personally, I like it that way. Who wants to be average Joe when you could be epic Mo? So I was born into a female body which I don’t hate, but would more or less rather it be male. I will definitely never opt for the surgery because even though I don’t love my body, it’s the one God gave me, so there has to be a reason I’m in it. As mentioned before I love to be hugged and kissed and hold hands – even with people I don’t know very well. It’s not that I’m slutty, I just love to be with people and give them love. Love makes the world go round right?

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Posted by on February 15th, 2012 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 5 comments »

5 Responses to “Profile: Damien”

  1. Aurora

    You are so incredibly brave for being who you are at the age you are. I am so proud of you for doing that. Also, you are full of win. =D


  2. Anonymous

    please do not use the word “tranny”, even in reference to yourself. it is a slur against trans women.


    Anonymous replied:

    This. I’m always uncomfortable when transmen use this word, because it has historically been used pretty much exclusively against transWOMEN, usually in a violent context. It’s like if I, as a white woman, tried to “reclaim” a slur against women of color. Yes, we’re both women, but that doesn’t mean that I can appropriate a racially or culturally specific slur.


  3. Anonymous

    why even bring up the fact of a slur, he just wants to make a point about who he is, i mean look at there age, its just a word to him.


  4. Tualha

    Eh, well, it’s good to clue him in so he avoids unintentionally offending someone who could be a friend, right? I’ve seen other people online objecting to “tranny”, so yeah, probably best to at least be aware that some people don’t like the word.

    I’ll be happy to give you a hug if we ever meet, Damien :)


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