Profile: Lyndy

You can call me… Lyndy.

I identify as… Androgynous. I have a female body and a male brain. I dress like both; I can pull off a cute gay male in a nice suit and also a lipstick lesbian with a tight dress. I prefer to dress somewhere in the middle, like a soft butch or a cute fag, and I am bisexual.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … most people call me she, I LOVE it when they call me he. I’m trying out ze.

I’m attracted to… everybody. Anyone with a nice body full of health, life, love, and understanding.

When people talk about me, I want them to… notice my personality. I prefer them to respect my skills than my gender.

I want people to understand… that gender doesn’t matter.

About Lyndy.
I an a Environmental and Humanitarian Journalist trying to figure out the feminine side of me at the women’s college Chatham in Pittsburgh. I want a life full of adventure and interesting people, and when it is all said and done for, I want to finally understand myself.

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Posted by on August 8th, 2012 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 3 comments »

3 Responses to “Profile: Lyndy”

  1. Adam

    Lyndy, your post made me cry. In a good way. I have a male body with a female brain, and also quietly go for cute fag/soft butch. Although I’ve been told I’m not so good at pulling off Androgynous, it’s what I’m aiming for, and it feels right. I know this is just a post on a website, but this one really hit close to home for me.

    There is so much I want to write here but I need to hold back. Thank you for your comforting post Lyndy. Cheers.


    Lyndy replied:

    Thank you :] I’m glad I am affect people in a positive way.


  2. Wiley

    Adam and Lyndy: you folks rock. I consider myself genderfluid, but fall much in line with what you are describing. It’s a huge comfort to know there are other people out there like this! :)


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