Profile: Huu

You can call me… Huu, Miska, Mr. Who

I identify as… a wanna-be-philosopher, vegan, sister, lover and poly, but mostly just queer.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I prefer they/he. I’m so happy we don’t have gendered third-person pronouns in Finland.

I’m attracted to… queer women. Femmes are the bomb, but it’s the personality that really makes me purr.

When people talk about me, I want them to… realize that gender is not relevant to me. If you have a problem with me not having one, it’s your thing to deal with, not mine. You don’t get to ask me personal questions unless you’re my close friend, or if I’ve given you permission for it.

I want people to understand… that gender just isn’t the best way to describe who I am. Get to know me and you’ll find out who I am. I’m not a scary person.

About Huu, Miska, Mr. Who
Wanna-be-philosopher. Vegan. Polyamorous. Pansexual with a girl preference. Sister. Lover. Friend.

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Posted by on February 5th, 2012 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 4 comments »

4 Responses to “Profile: Huu”

  1. Aida

    I really enjoyed the ” han” fronoun ehen I lived in Finland. But now that I am in Mexico, even the verbs are gendered. Sucks.

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  2. radical/rebel

    I share some labels with you: philosopher, vegan, queer, friend.

    nice to virtually meet you.

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  3. Hanna

    You seem absolutely lovely. I hope to see you at the music festival Queertopia in Sweden this summer!!

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  4. Elissa Marcelle

    Can I call you Doctor?

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