Profile: Rob / Amber

You can call me… Rob, er, Amber.

I identify as… fluid gendered. A devoted person, boundary-less. And impossible to convince, only influence.

As far as third-person pronouns go, … hit me with your best. I’ve been called everything.

I’m attracted to… intelligence and open mindedness. I enjoy growing.

When people talk about me, I want them to… remember where they are in time with themselves and the world around them.  Then nothing but the truth will come out, and honesty is all I care for. So I’m not worried what anyone would say about me. It’s the only life that sets you free.

I want people to understand… that there is nothing, NOTHING, that perception, judgement, and humanity can control. Everyone has the right to be whoever they are and no matter what that truth may bring, it is at least the path you owe yourself to follow. At the end of the day, the only person you really need to report to, to be proud of or to consider growth to, is yourself.

About Rob er Amber
Father of two angels, one autistic, the other so far “A ok.” Self-sufficient, electronic and standard on-site repair person, lover of all natural, and pursuer of all beautiful, full of life, and dedicated to a better life for all. I don’t show much interest in anything involving just myself, but I have a hobby or two as well. I also run an autism support group, and I am always looking to learn more so as to share more. People are rough, persons are beautiful, and life just keeps going. I know I can’t fix everything, but I try and sprinkle as much kindness around as I can to do my part.

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Posted by on June 18th, 2012 at 08:00 am

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One Response to “Profile: Rob / Amber”

  1. Elle

    Nice to meet you Amber/Rob! Thank you for sharing with us.


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