You can call me… Elle Emme.
I identify as… a femme lesbian all the way.
As far as third-person pronouns go, … she/her.
I’m attracted to… amazing noses. Tomboys: There’s a fine line between tomboy and masculine, and I’m great at navigating it. I also adore the occasional (lucky!) femme. And I can’t forget my boyfriend.
When people talk about me, I want them to… never worry that I might be hurting. I want them to always talk about “happy” me.
I want people to understand… that I’m not hiding my identity in femininity. I love dresses, heels, skirts, makeup, long nails, and doing my hair. I love being queer. I want people to understand how difficult it can be being femme and having to tell everyone I meet that I am a lesbian, because they assume otherwise. Understand what it feels like to feel a constant pressure from both queer and straight communities to prove that I am queer, simply because my outward appearance doesn’t fit the stereotype. I want people to understand that I can have a boyfriend who is female-bodied, and that’s O.K.
About Elle Emme
My live revolves around inspiration. Music, clothes, and an oddball film influence me to write everyday. If I can’t be a writer, then I can’t be anything else. I want to be a voice in fiction for the outcast and/or the queer community.
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