Profile: Katie / Arthur

You can call me… Katie or Arthur

I identify as… trigender/gender-fluid, monosexual-androphilic, aromantic.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … whatever you like. She or he. I’m actually not particularly fond of “ze.”

I’m attracted to… well, I’m androphilic. But I’m also aromantic.

When people talk about me, I want them to… not speculate. Ask me.

I want people to understand… that I’m still learning. I might be unintentionally offensive. The internet is really the only LGBTQ community I’ve got.

About Katie or Arthur
I live in a hick town. I feel like a girl sometimes, sometimes a boy, sometimes neutral/third gender. I’m 18. I’ll be studying art history in the fall.

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Posted by on June 26th, 2012 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 5 comments »

5 Responses to “Profile: Katie / Arthur”

  1. Hutch

    What a beautiful use of words. Would love to hear more.


  2. Anonymous

    You sound like an awesome person!


  3. Matt

    How can i ask you stuff if i cant contact you


  4. Stalking Sarah

    internet community hugs. if you can, treat yourself with a trip to a place where you there is a physical community as well — NYC, San Francisco, Northampton MA, Portland, etc. it’s scary liberating.


  5. Tualha

    Soooooooooo cute…how can you be so cute when I can’t even see 1/3 of your face?!

    I hope you can escape from the hick town soon and find a good F2F queer community. It can be awesome.


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