Profile: Hutch

You can call me… Hutch.

I identify as… a high-maintenance tranny queer.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I prefer “he,” but am content with anyone looking at me and treating me like an adult.

I’m attracted to… big, classy ladies who don’t take any shit and gayest of the gay men.

When people talk about me, I want them to… not stop. Talk about me and talk about me and talk about me.

I want people to understand… that I don’t necessarily understand, and I don’t want to have to explain myself.

About Hutch.
A bitter ex-Mormon who enjoys long conversations over coffee more than going out partying. I’m in need of friends, connection, and community.

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Posted by on July 10th, 2012 at 08:00 am

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7 Responses to “Profile: Hutch”

  1. Noëlle

    Always nice to see someone who enjoys people like me, and has the nerve to be blunt. Here’s hoping you’re enjoying yourself, wherever you are.


  2. Dea

    Also an exmormOn here! Stay strong and find community as fast as possible. That’s what ultimately helped me overcome the bitterness


  3. shaedofblue

    Unless you are DMAB, then it is not okay to use the T-word to describe yourself. It is not a word generally used to oppress trans men and DFAB nonbinary people, so such people are not right to reappropriate it.


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    yeah. not your word. not cool.

  4. Jen

    All I have to say is, that’s an awesome shirt. You must be an awesome person to have such great taste in music such as Morrissey. :)


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