Profile: Nat

You can call me… Nat (or Nate,Nathan,Natalia — just not Natalie).

I identify as… “artist” above all else. When asked about my gender, I like “challenged,” “fluid,” and “does it really matter?”.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … I quite like the idea of a unisex “he.” It’s simple, grammatically correct, and doesn’t hurt to hear regardless of my gender identity on any given day. (It changes fairly often, you see.)

I’m attracted to… myriad people and things. All I ask for is a curious mind and the ability to laugh; the rest is variable.

When people talk about me, I want them to… remember that the way they see me might not be the way I see myself. Assumptions are quite often incorrect (as are generalizations.)

I want people to understand… that in the words of the infamous RuPaul, “We’re all born naked; the rest is drag.”

About Nat (or Nate,Nathan,Natalia — just not Natalie).
As with all people, the piece of work that is Nat is constantly in progress. The most recent progress report suggests that the subject will, in half a year’s time, be departing for art school. In that time, improvements are scheduled to be made in the areas of music taste, wardrobe, and finally being able to read every word ever written or spoken by Oscar Wilde. Check or for more frequent progress updates.

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Posted by on October 17th, 2012 at 08:00 am

Category: profiles 3 comments »

3 Responses to “Profile: Nat”

  1. theelectricturtle

    ha! i like “challenged” :)


  2. Nate

    Geez I’d forgotten I’d even submitted this haha. That deviantart profile is outdated; I know upload my art to


    Nate replied:



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